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Jean MARCHAL

economist

Jean MARCHAL, economist in the field of National Income Accounting; National Government Expenditures and Budgeting; Macroeconomic Theory. Prix Joseph Dutens de l’Académie des sciences morales et solique, 1944; Honorary Member, Société d’Economics Politique de Belgique, since 1953; Corresp. Member, l’Académie de Stanislas à Nancy, since 1957; Commandeur de la Legion d’Honneur, 1977; Vice-President, Executive Committee

Background

MARCHAL, Jean was born in 1905 in Colombey-les-Belles, Mewithe et Moselle, France.

Education

Dr Droit, Prof, titulaire, University de Nancy, 1929, 1935. Dr H.C. Universities, Geneva, 1959, Liège, 1965, Thessalonika, 1969.

Career

Prof, honoraire, Faculté de Droit de Nancy, since 1947. Professor, d’Economics Politique, University Geneva, 1972-1975. Prof, honoraire, University Paris Pantheon Sorbonne,1973-1977.

Member, l’Institute, Institution de France, l’Académie des sciences morales et politique, France, since 1980. Editorial Boards, Revue Economique, since 1950, Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, since 1957, Revue d’Economie Politique, 1963-1966.

Achievements

  • Prix Joseph Dutens de l’Académie des sciences morales et solique, 1944. Honorary Member, Société d’Economics Politique de Belgique, since 1953. Corresp. Member, l’Académie de Stanislas à Nancy, since 1957.

    Commandeur de la Legion d’Honneur, 1977. Vice-President, Executive Committee, International Economie Association,71.

Works

Views

Research has been orientated towards price theory, public finance, evolution of the French system of national accounting, distribution of national income, wage and profit theory, money and banking problems, credit multipliers, and the international monetary system.

Membership

Institute de France (Academy, des Sciences Morales et Politiques).

Connections

father:
Albert Marchal

mother:
Emma Tassard

spouse:
Gabrielle Perrin