Richesse et valeur: la contribution des économistes français du début du XIXème siècle
Alain Beraud ()
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While proposing to measure wealth by its value, Smith opened a long debate in which the french economist defended a position rather different from that of English classics. These efforts led them to question the opposition between exchange value and use value such as Smith conceived it. Thus, a French tradition, certainly quite blurred, takes shape in front of the English classicism.
Keywords: classical economics; Valeur; richesse; classique; surplus; Say; Rossi; Cournot; Dupuit (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Œconomia - History/Methodology/Philosophy, NecPlus/Association Œconomia, 2005, 6/2005 (36), pp.1009-1032
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