L'héritage de Léon-H. Dupriez : un survol
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to introduce the reader within the framework of the scientific works of Léon-H. Dupriez, leveraging on the contributions gathered in the current issue of Reflets et Perspectives. The survey looks into the different aspects of the publication. The first section is devoted to Dupriez?most characteristic contribution, i.e. a masterpiece of economic epistemology. The following sections are addressing the issues of business cycles with their instabilities, of money and finance with their financial crises, of the vision of entrepreneurship and, finally, the understanding of a sustainable economic policy.The survey also offers a summary of the papers enclosed in this publication.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by De Boeck Université in its journal Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique.
Volume (Year): XLIV (2005)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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Léon Dupriez; economic epistemology; scientific explanation; business cycles; money and finance; entrepreneurship; economic policy;
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- Ivo Maes, 2012. "On the origins of the Triffin dilemma: Empirical business cycle analysis and imperfect competition theory," Working Paper Research 240, National Bank of Belgium.
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