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La Chambre de commerce de Paris : Acteur indispensable de la construction des normes économiques (première moitié du XIXe siècle)

Abstract : The Paris Chamber of Commerce offers a good angle for observing economic regulatory practices during the 19th century. While theoretically playing a strictly consultative role, it was indispensable in developing and applying a number of standards. It revealed both the gaps in the administration’s understanding of the economy, which gave distinct power to the experts, and the desire on the part of economic actors to obtain official approval of their common practices.
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Claire Lemercier. La Chambre de commerce de Paris : Acteur indispensable de la construction des normes économiques (première moitié du XIXe siècle). Genèses. Sciences sociales et histoire, Belin, 2003, pp.50 - 70. ⟨hal-01454887⟩

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