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A Select Bibliography Of Modern Economic Theory 1870 1929

Author : Harold E. Batson
ISBN : 9781136507038
Genre : Business & Economics
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A bibliography of this kind has long been needed. The book is clearly and accurately printed and well arranged." Times Literary Supplement. The scope of the bibliography is economic theory between 1870-1929, the heyday of the neo-classical revolution. The first part of the work is a series of select bibliographies of the different branches of theory. The second part covers a series of bibliographies of the works of key authors. * Bibliography covers American & English publications and German, French and Italian sources. * Subjects covered include: International Trade, Risk, Supply & Demand, Competition & Monopoly, Taxation and Public Expenditure.
Category: Business & Economics

Neoclassical Economic Theory 1870 To 1930

Author : Klaus Hennings
ISBN : 9789400921818
Genre : Business & Economics
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Warren J. Samuels Each book in this series explores the present status of its field in terms of where it is, how it got there, the existing tensions within the field, and something of how the field might develop in the future. Each book presumes that work in each field is neither settled nor unequivocal. Each book attempts to comprehend its field as an evolving, developmental process or set or efforts. This particular book, covering neoclassical economics, is the third of three in the field of the History of Economic Thought. The others are Pre-Classical Economic Thought, edited by S. Todd Lowry, and Classical Political Economy, edited by William O. Thweatt. Each one conducts the same kind of analysis as the others in the series, with the understanding that here we are dealing with the history of interpretation, rather than a substantive body of analysis of a certain aspect of the economy: for example, labor or international trade. (That understanding must be com plex and subtle, inasmuch as revision of interpretation of earlier ideas is part of the process-both cause and consequence-of re-analyzing the economy. ) In this group we are interested in how recent and contemporary writers have interpreted the history of economic thought differently, both among themselves and from earlier writers. 1 NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMIC lHEORY 2 Several topics must be discussed to place such work in perspective, in part as it is here applied to the history of the interpretation of neoclassical economics.
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Victorian Studies

Author : Sharon W. Propas
ISBN : 9781317216476
Genre : History
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First published in 2006, this work is a valuable guide for the researcher in Victorian Studies. Updated to include electronic resources, this book provides guides to catalogs, archives, museums, collections and databases containing material on the Victorian period. It organises the vast array of reference sources by discipline to help researchers tailor their investigations.
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Mathematical Principles Of Economics

Author : Wilhelm Launhardt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002247844
Genre : Business & Economics
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Launhardt stands first in the long line of economists from Dupuit in the 1830s to Abba P. Lerner in the 1930s who recognized that the pricing of public utilities presents a special problem, requiring public subventions if the welfare of consumers is to be served. Mark Blaug, University of London and University of Buckingham, UK The Mathematische is Launhardt s claim to a prominent place in the history of economic analysis. . . Launhardt achieves more in twenty pages than Böhm-Bawerk in about five hundred. Jurg Niehans, University of Bern, Switzerland It is clear that this work is important to an understanding of the origins of welfare economics. Donald Rutherford, The Economic Journal This is the first English translation of Launhardt s Mathematische Begrundung der Volkswirtschaftslehre (1885), a major contribution to neoclassical economic theory which contains many important and original analyses. This edition will provide the basis for a re-evaluation of Launhardt s outstanding, but undervalued, contribution to economics. Taking the neoclassical emphasis on exchange as the central economic problem, Laundardt begins with a thorough treatment of the pure exchange model, then goes on to extend the treatment to the production of goods and the supply of labour, with a sophisticated general equilibrium perspective. It contains important analyses of savings and the role of capital goods, as well as an outstanding study of transport and the location of industry. Launhardt s book can, with justice, with be described as the first comprehensive treatise on welfare economics. Mathematical Principles of Economics will prove stimulating reading for economic theorists as well as those interested in the history of economics thought.
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