Hippolyte Passy

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Passy, Hippolyte

Hippolyte Passy (16 October 1793, Garches – 1 June 1880) was a French economist.[1] He was twice Minister of Finance in the government of Louis-Philippe of France.[2] He was an early member of the Société d'économie politique organized in 1842 by Pellegrino Rossi.[3] His brother was the botanist and geologist Antoine François Passy.[4]

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  1. ^ Augello, Massimo M.; Marco Enrico Luigi Guidi (2005). Economist in Parliament in the Liberal Age (1848-1920): (1848-1920). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. p. 133. ISBN 0-7546-3965-7.
  2. ^ Augello, Massimo M.; Marco Enrico Luigi Guidi (2001). The Spread of Political Economy and the Professionalisation of Economists: Economic Societies in Europe, America and Japan in the Nineteenth Century. Routledge. p. 66. ISBN 0-415-23669-X.
  3. ^ Courtois, Alphonse (1846), "Notice historique", Annales de la Société d'économie politique (in French): 7–10, retrieved 2017-08-18
  4. ^ Hansen, Helynne Hollstein (1998). Hortense Allart : the woman and the novelist. Lanham, Md [u.a.]: Univ. Press of America. ISBN 076181213X.