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Théories et concepts fondamentaux de l'histoire de la pensée économique
[Fundamental theories and concepts in the history of economic thought]

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Without any pretension of exhaustiveness, this manuscript revisits, in a historical approach, the main concepts that have contributed to forge economic science in the last five centuries. In this respect, It retraces the great schools of thought and doctrines that have developed successively or that coexisted sometimes with oppositions and debates whose terms are still alive. Written intentionally in a pedagogical style, the manuscript is aimed at a broad public; primarily for students and teachers in the first university cycles of Economics but also to anyone wishing to enhance their knowledge on doctrinal and ideological foundations of many contemporary economic questions.

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  • Keita, Moussa, 2015. "Théories et concepts fondamentaux de l'histoire de la pensée économique [Fundamental theories and concepts in the history of economic thought]," MPRA Paper 61788, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    Histoire de la pensée économique;

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    • B00 - Schools of Economic Thought and Methodology - - General - - - History of Economic Thought, Methodology, and Heterodox Approaches

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