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Des secrets et des rencontres. Contributions des années 1950 à redécouvrir dans les années 2000


  • Olivier Favereau


[fre] Deux articles des années 1950, représentatifs du projet initial de la Revue économique, sont relus comme des anticipations de l'économie dominante actuelle, centrée sur les contrats bilatéraux et les asymétries d'information. En fait, ces contributions vont au-delà et préfigurent les positions critiques de l'économie non standard contemporaine, ce qui donne à penser que le projet initial de la Revue économique n'est peut-être pas entièrement forclos. [eng] About secrets and encounters : papers from the fifties to be revisited in the years 2000. . Two articles from the 1950s, typical of the original project of the Revue Economique, can be reread as prefigurations of today's mainstream economics, focused on bilateral contracts and informational asymmetries. Indeed these papers go further and foreshadow criticism by contemporary heterodox economics, which may suggest that the original project of the Revue Economique is not entirely out of date.

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  • Olivier Favereau, 2000. "Des secrets et des rencontres. Contributions des années 1950 à redécouvrir dans les années 2000," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 51(5), pages 1079-1094.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_2000_num_51_5_410572
    Note: DOI:10.3406/reco.2000.410572

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