By Gérard Marie Henry
L'auteur divulge les grands axes de los angeles pensée économique contemporaine dans los angeles première partie de l'ouvrage (échanges, loi de l'offre et l. a. demande, marchés financiers, intervention de lÉtat, etc.), l. a. seconde partie étant consacrée à l'étude de l. a. pensée des grands théoriciens de l'économie, d'Adam Smith, considéré comme l'inspirateur de toutes les écoles de pensée, à Malthus (précurseur de Keynes), en passant par Ricardo, Say, Mill, Marx, Jevons, Walras, Marshall, Weber et l'école allemande, Veblen et "l'institutionnalisme", Wicksel et l. a. naissance de l. a. macro-économie, Fisher et l'illusion monétaire, Schumpeter et l'essence du développement, le socialisme, Samuelson ou Friedman. En end, il examine l. a. crise actuelle à travers les "nouveaux classiques" et les "nouveaux keynésiens".
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And, indeed, her home court was eager to surround her with as many compatriots as possible to inﬂuence her on behalf of her native land. As for the bride herself, she was glad to see familiar faces and speak her mother tongue. But this inﬂux of outsiders caused ill will in her new country from courtiers unwilling to see their remunerative positions go to babbling foreigners. In 1600 Princess Marie de Medici of Tuscany, the bride of Henri IV, arrived with a throng of Italians itching to be awarded positions at the French court.
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Histoire De La Pensée économique by Gérard Marie Henry