Moulins, Allier, France
|Influenced||Antoine Augustin Cournot|
Nicolas-François Canard (c. 1750 – 1833) was a French mathematician, philosopher and economist. He was one of the pioneers of applying mathematics to economic problems, forestalling the works of Antoine Augustin Cournot, William Stanley Jevons, and others.
- Larson, Bruce (1999). "Canard on Direct Exchange and Taxation: A Perspective on Cournot". History of Political Economy 31 (1): 109–131. doi:10.1215/00182702-31-1-109.
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