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L'école autrichienne d'économie, une problématique de l'ignorance : du subjectivisme à la neuroéconomie


  • Thierry Aimar


The Austrian school, analytically speaking, is too neglected by the discipline. The aim of this contribution is to offer an unlight about this unusual paradigm of ignorance. It matters to analyse its various characteristics and to contemplate the ways which are likely to accompagny its development for the next years. Neuroeconomics occupies a central place regarding that perspective.

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  • Thierry Aimar, 2010. "L'école autrichienne d'économie, une problématique de l'ignorance : du subjectivisme à la neuroéconomie," Revue d'économie politique, Dalloz, vol. 120(4), pages 591-622.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:repdal:redp_204_0591

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