Benoit Walraevens

University of Caen Normandy

Esplanade de la Paix

Caen, 14000

France

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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480

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Schumpeter's Assessment of Adam Smith and 'The Wealth of Nations': Why He Got It Wrong

UNSW Business School Research Paper No. 2015 ECON 28
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 15 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 06 May 2018
Andreas Ortmann, David Baranowski and Benoit Walraevens
UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics, Independent and University of Caen Normandy
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Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, rhetoric, rhetorical structure of The Wealth of Nations, Schumpeter, History of Economic Analysis

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Adam Smith’s Rhetorical Strategy in The Wealth of Nations against the Commercial System of Great Britain

UNSW Business School Research Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 28 Dec 2018
Andreas Ortmann and Benoit Walraevens
UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics and University of Caen Normandy
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Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, rhetoric, rhetorical structure of The Wealth of Nations, the American question

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Adam Smith's Reasoning Routines and The Deep Structure of His Oeuvre

UNSW Business School Research Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 27 Dec 2021 Last Revised: 10 Feb 2022
Andreas Ortmann and Benoit Walraevens
UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics and University of Caen Normandy
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Adam Smith, reasoning routines, rhetoric, game theory

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Smith on the Proper Role of Government, Game-theoretically

UNSW Business School Research Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 20 Jan 2022
Andreas Ortmann, Stephen Meardon and Benoit Walraevens
UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics, Bowdoin College - Department of Economics and University of Caen Normandy
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proper role of government, Adam Smith, game theory