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Continuité dans la pensée hayekienne : une résistance planifiée contre l’interventionnisme

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    En contre-pied des interprétations mettant l'accent sur les ruptures et transformations successives dans la pensée hayekienne, notre objectif est de mettre en évidence un élément central de continuité dans l'analyse économique de Hayek. La constance de sa position normative anti-interventionniste trouve une traduction dans le domaine positif de l'analyse économique : l'ensemble des analyses de l'auteur repose sur l'existence d'une tendance des forces du marché à se rapprocher d'une configuration d'équilibre. Nous examinons comment cette proposition a été exprimée sous forme de différentes hypothèses positives au sein de la théorie des cycles, du débat sur la planification et de la théorie de l'évolution culturelle.

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    Date of creation: 01 Sep 2002
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    1. Vaughn,Karen I., 1994. "Austrian Economics in America," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521445528, May.
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