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L’histoire économique française est-elle encore compétitive ?

Abstract : Is French economic history successful because it exports its concepts and methods or because of its past achievements? Gérard Chastagnaret proposes some answers to this question based on observation of how French economic historiography is received in Spain. Taking as given that the influence of this historiography is gradually waning, Chastagnaret shows how the difference in the training of economic historians in Spain and France produces areas of misunderstanding in the form of differing methods and identification of problems, and also divergent points of interest. Nonetheless, it is to be hoped that with the renewal of investigations and surveys the two communities will achieve more synergies through improved mutual acquaintance.
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Gérard Chastagnaret. L’histoire économique française est-elle encore compétitive ?. Pellistrandi, Benoît. La historiografía francesa del siglo XX y su acogida en España, 80, Casa de Velázquez, pp.109-125, 2002, Collection de la Casa de Velázquez, 9788495555311. ⟨hal-03167463⟩

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