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by Edmond Malinvaud
Author: Edmond Malinvaud
Publisher: Wiley (1977)
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Series: The Yrjo Jahnsson Lectures. Paperback: 152 pages.
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Malinvaud, Edmond The theory of unemployment reconsidered (Yrjö Jahnsson lectures). ISBN 13: 9780631173502. The theory of unemployment reconsidered (Yrjö Jahnsson lectures).
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Lectures on Microeconomic Theory", 1972. Malinvaud, Edmond (1977). The Theory of Unemployment Reconsidered. Yrjö Jahnsson lectures. Oxford, England: Blackwell.
January 1979 · Journal of Political Economy. May 1985 · Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
The Theory of Unemployment Reconsidered (The Yrjo Jahnsson Lectures). Edmond Malinvaud was born on 25 April 1923 in Limoges. Desirability, profitability, and unemployment (on regular Keynesian equilibria) (Cahier) ) . Trained at the Ecole Polytechnique and at the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique (ENSAE) in Paris, the eclectic Malinvaud was, together with Debreu, a student of France's greatest Walrasian economist, Maurice Allais.
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