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Contestations monétaires : une économie politique de la monnaie

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  • Ahmed, Pepita Ould
  • Ponsot, Jean-François

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Une économie politique de la monnaie Aborder la monnaie dans une perspective d’économie politique présuppose de s’inscrire en rupture avec la théorie néoclassique dont l’analyse repose sur une conception uniquement instrumentale et économiciste selon laquelle la monnaie est neutre (Orléan, 2009). C’est une telle perspective qu’emprunte une partie de l’hétérodoxie économique qui, malgré la diversité de ses courants de pensée, partage un socle méthodologique et épistémologique commun et plaide ...

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  • Ahmed, Pepita Ould & Ponsot, Jean-François, 2015. "Contestations monétaires : une économie politique de la monnaie," Revue de la Régulation - Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoirs, Association Recherche et Régulation, vol. 18.
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