François Quesnay (French: [fʁɑ̃swa kɛnɛ]; 4 June 1694 – 16 December 1774) was a French economist and physician of the Physiocratic school. He is known for publishing the "Tableau économique" (Economic Table) in 1758, which provided the foundations of the ideas of the Physiocrats.
François Quesnay, (born June 4, 1694, near Paris, France—died December 16, 1774, Versailles), French economist and intellectual leader of the physiocrats, the first systematic school of political economy. Quesnay served as the consulting physician to King Louis XV at Versailles.
François Quesnay (1694-1774), the founder of the economic system that eventually came to be called the physiocratic system, was born in the village of Méré, not far from Versailles. His father, a country lawyer, earned a very small income.
François Quesnay. 1694-1774. F rançois Quesnay was the leading figure of the Physiocrats, generally considered to be the first school of economic thinking. The name “Physiocrat” derives from the Greek words phýsis, meaning “nature,” and kràtos, meaning “power.”.
François Quesnay (June 4, 1694 – December 16, 1774) was a French economist, founder of the Physiocratic school. He also practiced surgery, serving as surgeon to King Louis XV and his mistress, Madame de Pompadour. Quesnay, in opposition to the then-dominant mercantilist position, advocated a laissez-faire policy against government ...
The Tableau économique (French pronunciation: [tablo ekɔnɔmik]) or Economic Table is an economic model first described by French economist François Quesnay in 1758, which laid the foundation of the Physiocratic school of economics.
FRANÇOIS. (1694-1774) Économiste français, fondateur de la première école systématique d'économie politique, F. Quesnay, reçu docteur en médecine en 1744 puis médecin consultant de Louis XV, ne publia aucun ouvrage avant l'âge de soixante ans ; il produisit d'ailleurs essentiellement des articles anonymes. Mais, à Versailles, où il ...
François Quesnay was a French economist and physician. After studying medicine and surgery in Paris, he settled down to practice for about 20 years and became perpetual secretary of the academy of surgery.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-349-95121-5_1734-1. Quesnay was born at Mère, Seine-et-Oise. He came from a family of humble origin, the eighth of thirteen children. His father Nicholas was a small merchant, and the family also had a piece of land; thanks to these two activities they were comfortably off....
F rançois Quesnay was the leading figure of the Physiocrats, generally considered to be the first school of economic thinking. The name "Physiocrat" derives from the Greek words physis, meaning nature, and kràtos, meaning power.