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Arnault Skornicki, Eva Debray
Astérion, n°20/2019
Les dissonances du doux commerce
The discordances of the doux commerce
According to Albert O. Hirschman the doux commerce thesis has justified the free development of private acquisitive pursuits by attributing peaceful virtues to them. This issue proposes to study a set of "revised and dissonant" versions of this liberal commonplace in order to determine its malleability between the 18th century and the recent period

Amanar Akhabbar
Wassily Leontief et la science économique
Wassily Leontief and Economics
Suivi de « Les mathématiques dans la science économique », de Wassily Leontief
Followed by Mathematics and Economics" by Wassily Leontief
Economists produce their statements and forecasts from devices articulating abstract theories with mathematical models and statistical instruments of measurement. What is the empirical significance of these theories ? We consider this question from the reflection of Wassily Leontief, 1973 Nobel Prize winner.

Patricia Commun, Raphaël Fèvre
Walter Eucken, entre économie et politique
Walter Eucken and the Foundations of Political Economy
Walter Eucken (1891-1940) is the key figure of the German Ordoliberal thought. This book outlines the genesis and development of Walter Eucken's economic thought at a crossroads between political economy, philosophy, law and history.

Michaël Assous, Paul Fourchard
Michal Kalecki et l'essor de la macroéconomie
Michal Kalecki and the rise of macroéconomics
Suivi de « Trois systèmes » de Michal Kalecki
Followed by « Trois systèmes » by Michal Kalecki

Emeline Comby, Yannick Mosset, Stéphanie de Carrara
Corpus de textes : composer, mesurer, interpréter
Textual corpora: compilation, analysis, interpretation
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
Social sciences and humanities make use of textual corpuses. By surrounding various practical analyses with theoretical reflexions, this work mixes fields, methods, softwares and points of view in order to reveal specificities and variations, but also show tools and solution which fields can exchange with each other.

Loïs Bastide
Habiter le transnational
Dwelling in the transnational
Espace, travail et migration entre Java, Kuala Lumpur et Singapour
Space, work and migration between Java, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore
De l'Orient à l'Occident
Indonesia is little studied in the sociology of new international migrations. However, by implementing a socio-anthropology of migrations, this book shows that the migrations of Indonesian workers to Malaysia and Singapore are key to the transformation of Southeast Asian societies and to the globalization of regional economies.

Laurence Roulleau Berger, Liu Shiding
Sociologies économiques française et chinoise : regards croisés
French and Chinese economic sociologies: cross-cultural approach
De l'Orient à l'Occident

Gilbert de Terssac, Truong An Quoc, Michel Catlla
De l'Orient à l'Occident

Lise Arena
Edith Penrose et la croissance des entreprises
Edith Penrose and the Growth of Firms
This book throws light on Edith Penrose's contribution to the theory of the firm. In particular, it relies on the analysis of her 1955 article, published in the American Economic Review four years before her magnus opus The Theory of the Growth of the Firm and entitled: « Limits to the Growth and Size of Firms ».

Antoine Missemer
Sobriety, promotion of organic farming, these bioeconomic principles proposed in the 1970s by Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen led to the commonly-made association between his works and the De-growth Movement.

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