Joseph Dutens

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Joseph-Michel Dutens (15 October 1765 in Tours, France – 6 August 1848) was a French engineer and political economist.[1]

He was a nephew of Louis Dutens.

He worked as a designer on the La Tranchasse Canal Bridge, and as an engineer on the Berry Canal in 1841.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Philosophie de l'économle politique (Paris 1835, 2 volumes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jean-Marc Daniel, Histoire vivante de la pensée économique, Pearson, p. 88
  2. ^ Jean-Yves Hugoniot, Le canal du Duc de Berry, historique et généralités, dans Bulletin d'information du département du Cher, n° 154, août 1979, p. 29-33