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*** Traduit en espagnol en [[2013]], [http://www.elcato.org/pdf_files/La_Moralidad_del_Capitalismo.pdf#57 "La libertad y la dignidad explican el mundo moderno"], In: [[Tom G. Palmer]], dir., [http://www.elcato.org/pdf_files/La_Moralidad_del_Capitalismo.pdf "La moralidad del capitalismo. Lo que no le contarán sus profesores"], [[Chili]], Santiago: Fundación para el Progreso, pp61-66
 
*** Traduit en espagnol en [[2013]], [http://www.elcato.org/pdf_files/La_Moralidad_del_Capitalismo.pdf#57 "La libertad y la dignidad explican el mundo moderno"], In: [[Tom G. Palmer]], dir., [http://www.elcato.org/pdf_files/La_Moralidad_del_Capitalismo.pdf "La moralidad del capitalismo. Lo que no le contarán sus profesores"], [[Chili]], Santiago: Fundación para el Progreso, pp61-66
  
* [[2013]], "A Hayekian/Kirznerian Economic History of the Modern World", In: R. Frantz et R. Leeson, dir., "Hayek and Behavioral Economics", Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics, vol 4, Palgrave Macmillan
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** b. "A neo-institutionalism of measurement, without measurement: A comment on Douglas Allen’s The Institutional Revolution", [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], vol 26, n°4, décembre, pp363-373
  
 
* [[2014]], [http://docs.sieo.org/SIEO_7_2014_McCloskey.pdf "Austrians, Anti-Samuelson, and the Rhetoric of Qualification: A Comment on Daniel Klein’s Knowledge and Coordination"], Studies in Emergent Order, Vol 7, pp15-29
 
* [[2014]], [http://docs.sieo.org/SIEO_7_2014_McCloskey.pdf "Austrians, Anti-Samuelson, and the Rhetoric of Qualification: A Comment on Daniel Klein’s Knowledge and Coordination"], Studies in Emergent Order, Vol 7, pp15-29

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Deirdre McCloskey
économiste

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Deirdre McCloskey est depuis 1995 une femme économiste favorable au libre marché. Avant elle était un homme et se prénommait Donald. Elle se définit comme postmoderne, libertarienne, féministe et aristotélicienne.


Publications

  • 1970, "Did Victorian Britain Fail?", Economic History Review, Vol 23, pp46-59
  • 1972, "The Enclosure of Open Fields: Preface to a Study of Its Impact on the Efficiency of English Agriculture in the Eighteenth Century", Journal of Economic History, Vol 32, pp15‑35
  • 1973, "Economic Maturity and Entrepreneurial Decline: British Iron and Steel, 1870-1913", Cambridge: Harvard University Press
  • 1982, "The Applied Theory of Price", New York: Macmillan
  • 1983, "The Rhetoric of Economics", Journal of Economic Literature, 31(2), pp481-517
  • 1985, The Rhetoric of Economics, Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
    • Nouvelle édition en 1998, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
  • 1986,
    • a. Entretien, Institute for Humane Studies Newsletter Institute Scholar, vol 6, n°1, p7
    • b. "Why Economic Historians Should Stop Relying on Statistical Tests of Significance, and Lead Economists and Historians Into the Promised Land", Cliometrics Society Newsletter, 2, December, pp5–7
  • 1987, "The two cultures and Methodology", Critical Review, Vol 1, n°3, Summer, pp124-127
  • 1990,
    • a. Storytelling in economics, In: C. Nash et M. Warner, dir., Routledge, pp5-22
      • Repris en 1991, In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp204-221
    • b. If You’re So Smart: The Narrative of Economic Expertise, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
    • c. “Their Blackboard, Right or Wrong: A Comment on Contested Exchange”, Politics and Society, 18(2), pp223–232
  • 1991,
    • a. History, differential equations, and the problem of narration, History and Theory, 30(1), pp21-36
      • Repris en 1991, In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
    • b. Storytelling in Economics, In: Don Lavoie, dir., Economics and Hermeneutics, London: Routledge, pp61-75
    • c. "Continuity in Economic History", In: John Eatwell, dir., "The New Palgrave: The World of Economics", New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., pp143-148
    • d. "The Essential Rhetoric of Law, Literature, and Liberty", Critical Review, Vol 5, n°2, Spring, pp203-223
  • 1992,
    • a. “Writing as a Responsibility of Science: A Reply to Laband and Taylor”, Economic Inquiry, 30, October, pp689–695
    • b. “Commentary” on Philip Mirowski’s paper, In: Neil de Marchi, dir., "Post-Popperian Methodology of Economics", Boston: Kluwer, pp261–271
  • 1993,
    • a. ‘Some Consequences of a Conjective Economics’, In: Marianne A. Ferber et Julie A. Nelson, dir., Beyond Economic Man: Feminist Theory and Economics, University of Chicago Press, Chicago
    • b. The lawyerly rhetoric of Coase’s ‘The nature of the firm’, Journal of Corporation Law, Vol 18, pp425–440
  • 1994,
    • a. "Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics", Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
    • b. “Bourgeois Virtue”, American Scholar, Vol 63, n°2, Spring, pp177-191
  • 1995,
    • a. "Kelly Green Golf Shoes and the Intellectual Range from M to N", Eastern Economics Journal, 21(3), pp411-414
    • b. "Some News That at Least Will Not Bore You", Eastern Economic Journal, 21(4), pp551-553
  • 1996, avec Stephen T. Ziliak, The Standard Error of Regressions, Journal of Economic Literature, 34, pp97–114
  • 1997, The Vices of Economists - The Virtues of the Bourgeoisie, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press
  • 1998,
    • a. The So-Called Coase Theorem, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol 24, n°3, Summer, pp367-371
    • b. The good old Coase theorem and the good old Chicago school: A comment on Zerbe and Medema, In: Steven G. Medema, dir., Coasean economics: Law and economics and the new institutional economics, Boston: Kluwer, pp239–248
  • 2000,
    • a. How to be Human: Though an Economist, University of Michigan: University of Michigan Press
    • b. Economical Writing. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.
  • 2001, The genealogy of postmodernism, In: Amariglio Cullenberg et Ruccio, dir., Postmodernism, Economics and Knowledge, London: Routledge, pp102-128
  • 2002, The Secret Sins of Economics, Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press
  • 2005, "The Trouble with Mathematics and Statistics in Economics", History of Economic Ideas, Vol XIII, n°3, pp85-102
  • 2006, The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce, University of Chicago Press, ISBN 0226556638
  • 2010,
    • a. "Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Can’t Explain the Modern World", Chicago: University of Chicago Press
    • b. "Life in the Market is Good for You", In: Mark D. White, dir., "Accepting the Invisible Hand: Market-Based Approaches to Social Economic Problems", New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp139-168
  • 2013,
    • a. "A Hayekian/Kirznerian Economic History of the Modern World", In: R. Frantz et R. Leeson, dir., "Hayek and Behavioral Economics", Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics, vol 4, Palgrave Macmillan
    • b. "A neo-institutionalism of measurement, without measurement: A comment on Douglas Allen’s The Institutional Revolution", The Review of Austrian Economics, vol 26, n°4, décembre, pp363-373

Littérature secondaire

  • 1990, Daniel Hammond, "McCloskey's Modernism and Friedman's Methodology: A Case Study with New Evidence", Review of Social Economy, Vol 48, Summer, pp158-171
  • 1996, Leda M. Paulani, "Idéias sem Lugar: sobre a retórica da economia de McCloskey", In: José M. Rego, dir., "Retórica na Economia. São Paulo: Bienal
  • 1999, Leda M. Paulani, "Modernidade e Discurso Econômico: ainda sobre McCloskey", Revista de Economia Política, Vol 4, n°76, oct-dec
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