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GIDE, Conférences sur l'Economie politique, 1908-1912

Photo GIDE, Charles. 

GIDE, Charles. 

Conférences sur l'Economie politique. 

s.l., Ecole supérieure de guerre, 1908-1912.

4to (270x220 mm), Some pieces bound together.  binding : Contemporary quarter cloth, flat spine bound for Captain Bichot. 

Photo GIDE, Charles. 

First edition.
Conferences on Political Economy given to student officers at the Ecole Supérieure de Guerre between 1908 and 1912, on the eve of the First World War.
Charles Gide (1847-1932), is a French economist and teacher. He is the historical leader of the French cooperative movement, the theoretician of the social economy, and the uncle of the writer André Gide.
The subjects of these conferences vary each year of the course:
1908: The Budget
1909-: The Strikes
1910: Tariff Wars and Trade Treaties 1
912: The Causes of the War

Bound with the following we will find the International Law course given Free School of Political Sciences (SciencesPo) by Louis Renault (Nobel Peace Prize in 1907) and written by trainee officers who were auditors.

provenance: Bound by Captain Henri Bichot (1874-1953) who served in the colonial infantry until 1915, descendant of General Lyautey.

Price : 350 €

Photo GIDE, Charles. 
Photo GIDE, Charles. 
Photo GIDE, Charles. 
Photo GIDE, Charles. 
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