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* [[1985]], The Rhetoric of Economics, Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
 
* [[1985]], The Rhetoric of Economics, Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
* [[1990]], Storytelling in economics, In: C. Nash et M. Warner, dir., Routledge, pp5-22
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* [[1990]],  
** Repris en [[1991]], In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp204-221
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** a. Storytelling in economics, In: C. Nash et M. Warner, dir., Routledge, pp5-22
* [[1991]], History, differential equations, and the problem of narration, History and Theory, 30(1), pp21-36
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*** Repris en [[1991]], In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp204-221
** Repris en 1991, In: In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
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** b. If You’re So Smart: The Narrative of Economic Expertise, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
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* [[1991]],  
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** a. History, differential equations, and the problem of narration, History and Theory, 30(1), pp21-36
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*** Repris en 1991, In: Donald McCloskey, Measurement and Meaning in Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
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** b. Storytelling in Economics, In: [[Don Lavoie]], dir., Economics and Hermeneutics, London: Routledge, pp61-75
 
* [[1994]], Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
 
* [[1994]], Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
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* [[2000]],
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** a. How to be Human: Though an Economist, University of Michigan: University of Michigan Press
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** b. Economical Writing. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.
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* [[2001]], The genealogy of postmodernism, In: Amariglio Cullenberg et Ruccio, dir., Postmodernism, Economics and Knowledge, London: Routledge, pp102-128
 
* [[2001]], The genealogy of postmodernism, In: Amariglio Cullenberg et Ruccio, dir., Postmodernism, Economics and Knowledge, London: Routledge, pp102-128
  
  
 
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Version du 7 mai 2009 à 14:44

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

  • 1985, The Rhetoric of Economics, Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press
  • 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
  • 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
  • 1994, Knowledge and Persuasion in Economics, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
  • 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
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