Le tâtonnement "marshallien" dans les premiers écrits d'Oskar Lange
Based on Lange's neglected first writings (Lange , [1935a], [1935b]), this article shows that Lange developed an original conception of market adjustment processes in his famous 1936-7 article. In particular, two points are showed here. 1/ Lange developed an original model that described the lagged and progressive adjustment process of supply in industrial sectors (completing the cobweb diagram that concern mainly agricultural sectors). 2/ Lange tried to articulate these different an particular models in a general frame which corresponds to the tâtonnement. The article shows that this conception is related to a marshallian approach rather than to a walrassian one.
|Date of creation:||2001|
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