Studies in the History of French Political Economy considers the evolution of economic thought in France, from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. Gilbert Faccarello brings to the forefront those economists, themes and controversies which are important in the context of recent research, and about which new ideas can be developed.

chapter 1|56 pages

Economic Publishing and Authors, 1566-1789

chapter 2|21 pages

The Enigmatic Monsieur Du Tot

chapter 9|50 pages

The Development of Walras' Monetary Theory