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The Lausanne Tradition: Walras and Pareto

  • Claude Ménard
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Any discussion of the Lausanne tradition involves at least three major questions. Is there such a thing as the Lausanne school? Can we speak of a tradition? How do we delineate the interpretive literature?

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Political Economy General Equilibrium Distributive Justice General Equilibrium Model Normative Bias 
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