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  2. Léon Walras - New World Encyclopediaéon_Walras

    Marie-Esprit-Léon Walras (December 16, 1834 – January 5, 1910) was a French economist. Although not influential in his lifetime, his contributions to economic theory later came to be studied and respected worldwide. Separately, but almost simultaneously with William Stanley Jevons and Carl Menger, Walras developed the idea of marginal ...

  3. Leon Walras |

    Walras, Léon. Léon Walras (1834-1910), whose full name was Marie Esprit Léon Walras (the final “s” is sounded), is celebrated among economists and econometricians as the first to have formulated a multiequational general equilibrium model of economic relationships. He was born on December 16, 1834, in Évreux, a provincial town of ...


    The purpose of this essay is to analyze Léon Walras’s theory of public interest goods. For him, “services and products of public interest are theoretically those that interest men as members of the community or of the State emanating from the authority to establish social conditions, that is, from the satisfaction of needs that are the same and equal to all” ([1875, 1897a] 1992, EEPA, p ...

  5. Léon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics

    Growing research into Walras' work indicates that it was this third edition that contained his best theoretical research and a translation of this edition of the book is now a necessity. Reviews 'Walras’s theory of general economic equilibrium has inspired many great economists, from Pareto, Wicksell, Fisher, and Schumpeter to Hicks ...

  6. Marie Esprit Léon Walras |

    Marie Esprit Léon Walras. The French economist Marie Esprit Léon Walras (1834-1910) influenced modern economic theory by his discovery of the general equilibrium theory, which was designed to include within a single logically coherent model the theories of exchange, production, capital, and money.

  7. Leon Walras - Library of Economics and Liberty

    After sampling several careers—he was for a while a student at the School of Mines, a journalist, a lecturer, a railway clerk, a bank director, and a published romance novelist—Walras eventually returned to the study and teaching of economics.

  8. Léon Walras |

    Leon Walras, Walras, Léon Marie Esprit Walras was born on December 16, 1834, in évreux (Upper Normandy, France) to Auguste (1801– 1866) and Louise-Aline Sainte-Be… Paul Anthony Samuelson , Samuelson, Paul A. 1915- BIBLIOGRAPHY If one could do a mental time-and-motion study of a modern economic theorist at work, a large fraction of what…

  9. Leon walras elements theoretical economics or theory social ...

    Léon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics. Or, The Theory of Social Wealth. Author: Léon Walras. Editors and translators: Donald A. Walker, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Jan van Daal, Triangle, University of Lyons-2. Date Published: May 2019. availability: Available. format: Paperback.

  10. Léon Walras: What Cutes Know and What They Should w Kno

    Some secondary literature on Walras will pass the review in § 12. We end with a few concluding remarks (§ 13). Some Biographic and Bibliographic Facts Léon Walras was born in 1834 in Évreux (Normandy). 1 In about 1854, he went to Paris where he became a student at the École des Mines. Largely due to his father s

  11. Léon Walras and The Wealth of Nations : what did he really ...

    Introduction. This study shows Léon Walras (1834–1910)’s understanding of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations (1776) by considering Walras’s references to Smith not only in his main work, Elements of Pure Economics (first edition, 1874–1877) but also in his writings on other topics.