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Principes d'économie politique, ouvrage couronné par l'Institut national, dans sa séance du 15 Nîvose an IX (5 Janvier 1801).
Paris, chez F. Buisson 1801 - One volume in 8vo; pp. (IV), 236, (8) catalogue, with three folding tables; contemporary half calf, spine with bind stamped decorations and some gilding, contrasting gilt lettering-piece, marbled boards, corners strengthened, very little rubbed or bumped, contemporary name inscription on front cover pastedown, 12 pages with contemporary markings, else clena and crisp, an attractive copy. First edition, rare. Canard was one of the first authors to use mathematical techniques in economics. His work was crowned by the French Academy which made it an object of great controversy. Cournot and Walras (who both failed to be honored) denied the uniqueness of Canard's work. Nevertheless it had quite an influence, especially outside France. The work went through 3 editions in German, and it was also published in Spanish and Italian. Kress B 4350, Goldsmiths 18122, Einaudi 830, Menger c. 559, INED 931 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher]
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