Annie L. Cot

Annie L. Cot
Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne | UNiVPARIS1 · Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne (CES)

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In this article we follow, over his long career, the evolution of the reflections of Edmond Malinvaud on economic “science” and its relationship with the “problem” of statistical induction. To do so we largely rely on his own words by quoting his many articles addressing these issues. We consider in turn his views on statistical methods and structu...
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Albert O. Hirschman was an inventive and erudite historian of economic thought who left us important contributions to history of economic thought, whose characteristics, retrospectively, is to have accompanied—and even sometimes fostered—several historiographical mutations of our discipline over the last forty years. The article puts in perspective...
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Fisher’s early 1930s “debt-deflation theory of depressions” is characterized by one central epistemic feature: the role held by medical analogies throughout the description and analysis of economic booms and depressions—, both as epistemic analogy, carrying a transfer from the analytical treatment of medical diseases to the analytical treatment of...
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Academic seminars are a rather recent invention. Among the seminars that flourished at Harvard during the late 1920s and early 1930s, one played a major role in creating what Margaret Gilbert (1989, 2000) calls a “joint commitment” of its members. Organized by Lawrence J. Henderson, it was centered on Vilfredo Pareto’s Trattato di sociologia genera...
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« Le législateur du monde » : cette formule de José del Valle traduit un double enthousiasme. L'enthousiasme des révolutionnaires d'Amérique latine pour l'expertise juridique de Jeremy Bentham sur les terrains du droit et de l'économie. Et l'enthousiasme de Bentham à l'égard des Etats-Unis, du Canada, de l'Inde ou, à partir de 1808, de ces jeunes n...
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An intellectual maverick : dans le domaine des idées, et plus encore des idées économiques, Albert Otto Hirschman a toujours été un franc-tireur1. Brillant, admiré, célébré, reconnu, mais irréductiblement franc-tireur. Le mot est appelé par sa propre histoire, qu’il convoque souvent à l’appui de ses thèses. Il fait écho à ses engagements antifascis...
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From Walras to Debreu, the history of general equilibrium analysis went through three major episodes, each linked to a different place. In Lausanne, Walras builds the first general equilibrium equations as an element of a global social science. In Vienna, in the early 1930s, Wald is the first to give mathematical solutions to the question of the ex...
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Abstract Fisher's virulent positions on such themes as “race degeneration”, the necessity of sterilization measures for certain categories of the American population, and his urgent call for the control of the genetic quality of new immigrants are hardly consistent with the opalescent subtlety of academic disputes over the nature of capital and int...
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Fisher's virulent positions on such themes as "race degeneration", the necessity of sterilization measures for certain categories of the American population, and his urgent call for the control of the genetic quality of new immigrants are hardly consistent with the opalescent subtlety of academic disputes over the nature of capital and interest. Al...
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Bentham's opinion about colonies is based on three points : 1) In the field of international relations, colonies create costly conflitcs. 2) In the field of economics, Bentham shows the low profitability of capital because mother country bears all the costs. Especially, he emphasizes (in opposition to Smith) that the amount of exchanges is limite...
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Thesis (doctoral)--Université de Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne, 1959.
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Mémoire DES : U.E.R.: 02 / Paris I ; 1974 : sess. d'oct. Multigraphié.

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