Economics and Its Discontents: Twentieth Century Dissenting Economists
Richard P. F. Holt, Steven Pressman
Edward Elgar Pub., Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 289 pages
This work focuses on the work and lives of 18 of the most influential dissenting economists who have shaped 20th-century economics and who continue to make a contribution to the relevancy of economics.
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American Economic approach argued assumptions behaviour believed Bergmann Buchanan business cycle Cambridge capital capitalist Chicago choice classical Commons competition concept consumption context costs critique cycle determined dissenting economist distribution economic activity economic analysis economic system economic theory Edward Elgar equilibrium factors ﬁrms ﬁrst Friedman growth Hayek Hobson human income individual industrial institutional economics institutions intellectual investment Journal Kaldor Kalecki Keynes Keynes's Knight labour laissez-faire Lange Lange's London Lowe macroeconomic mainstream marginal marginalist market socialism maximization means method methodological methodological individualism modern monetarism monetary nature neoclassical economics neoclassical economists neoclassical theory nomic orthodoxy outcomes output perfect competition Political Economy position Post Keynesian problem production proﬁts rate of profit rational rejected Robinson role rules Schelling scientiﬁc sector socialist socialist market economy society Sraffa Steven Pressman theoretical tion traditional utility value theory Veblen wages welfare economics