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  2. J.-B. Say | French economist | Britannica

    J.-B. Say, in full Jean-Baptiste Say, (born January 5, 1767, Lyon, France—died November 15, 1832, Paris), French economist, best known for his law of markets, which postulates that supply creates its own demand. After completing his education, Say worked briefly for an insurance company and then as a journalist. In 1794 he became an editor of a new magazine dedicated to the ideas of the ...

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  3. Jean-Baptiste Say: History of the Economist - Investopedia

    Jean-Baptiste Say: A French classical, liberal economist and scholar. Jean-Baptiste Say is known for his contribution to Say's Law of Markets and for his work on "A Treatise On Political Economy ...

  4. Classical liberalism - Wikipedia

    Jean-Baptiste Say was a French economist who introduced Smith's economic theories into France and whose commentaries on Smith were read in both France and Britain. Say challenged Smith's labour theory of value, believing that prices were determined by utility and also emphasised the critical role of the entrepreneur in the economy. However ...

  5. Entrepreneurship - Wikipedia

    Jean-Baptiste Say also identified entrepreneurs as a driver for economic development, emphasizing their role as one of the collecting factors of production allocating resources from less to fields that are more productive. Both Say and Cantillon belonged to French school of thought and known as the physiocrats. [33]

  6. Jean-Baptiste Say | Mises Institute

    History of the Austrian School of Economics Private Property Production Theory. 08/30/2008Mises Daily Articles Jean-Baptiste Say. "No benefit results from the mere expenditure of the money [on public works], nor the employment of the workmen employed on its construction; for, if this money had remained in the hands of the contributors, it would ...

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  9. Jean-Baptiste Say was a French economist who had liberal views and argued in favour of competition and free trade. He is best known for Say's law, which is also known as the law of markets. Thomas Jefferson served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.

  10. Joseph Fourier | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    Joseph Fourier, in full Jean-Baptiste-Joseph, Baron Fourier, (born March 21, 1768, Auxerre, France—died May 16, 1830, Paris), French mathematician, known also as an Egyptologist and administrator, who exerted strong influence on mathematical physics through his Théorie analytique de la chaleur (1822; The Analytical Theory of Heat). He showed how the conduction of heat in solid bodies may be ...

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    En première position, on retrouve le lycée Jean-Baptiste Say, situé à Paris. Seulement 10% des candidats reçoivent une proposition d’admission sur l’ensemble des candidatures. Il est suivi de près par le lycée Sainte Geneviève (14%) à Versailles, puis du lycée parisien Chaptal (18%).

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