Journal des économistes - December 2016
The December 2016 issue of the Journal des économistes et des études humaines is now on line.
Founded by IES-Europe in 1989, the Journal des économistes et des études humaines, is published by de Gruyter and edited by IES-Europe which co-own the Journal.
The initial Journal des économistes was founded in 1841 to present and discuss the arguments of the classical liberal thinkers of that time. Great economists such as Bastiat, Coquelin, Dunoyer and later Pareto or Walras contributed to the reputation of the Journal.
IES-Europe is proud to continue this intellectual journey.
In the last issue you will find papers on Thomas Hodgskin, on the pros and cons of a monetary constitution, on why France has had 21 constitutional regimes since 1789, or whether you can improve the quality of justice via "soft law" from the European Union.
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