French version of Carl Menger's "Principles of Economics"

First complete edition of a major works of contemporary economics. Translated from german (Austria) and edited by Gilles Campagnolo.
September 15th 2020
Carl Menger's "Principles of Economics" (1871) are credited with the founding of the Austrian school of economics. The "Principles of Economics" is only available in english and german its original version of 1871. Nonetheless, Menger added commentaries and additions till the 1910's. Gilles Campagnolo searched and translated those manuscripts for 20 years to produce this edited translation.

Carl Menger (1840-1921)

Economist, founder of the Austrian School of Economics. 

Gilles Campagnolo (editor and translator)

Research professor at the CNRS and editor of the "Revue de philosophie économique".

Bertram Schefold (preface writer)

Professor emeritus of the Goethe University Frankfurt

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