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Walras et la notion de bien d'intérêt public

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  • Alain Béraud

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Walras defines the goods of public interest as those of whom the need is smelt in all its extent only by the community or the State. The article studies the coherence of this definition, its implications and its relationships with the definitions which the economists had given or give public goods today.

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  • Alain Béraud, 2012. "Walras et la notion de bien d'intérêt public," Post-Print halshs-00722967, HAL.
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    public goods; Walras; biens publics; services publics;

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