Utility and Justice: French Liberal Economists in the 19th Century
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- Philippe Poinsot, 2010.
"The foundations of justice in Jules Dupuit's thought,"
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KeywordsFrench liberal economists; utilitarianism; justice; property rights; utility; Economistes libéraux français; utilitarisme; droits de propriété; utilité;
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