Economic Analysis and Political Ideology (Google eBook)
'Every economist would benefit from reading this book. It contains the papers of an imaginative, rigorous and generous scholar.'
- Geoffrey Wood, The Economic Journal
These volumes provide insight into a man absorbed and preoccupied by economic scholarship. Economic Analysis and Political Ideology, the first volume with a foreword by Nobel Laureate James Buchanan, reproduces articles dealing with Professor Brunner's socioeconomic analysis. The second volume, Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy, with a foreword by Alan Meltzer, deals with macroeconomic issues.
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My quest for economic knowledge
The poverty of nations
Assumptions and the cognitive quality of theories
The perception of man and the conception of government
The perception of man and the conception of society two approaches to understanding society
Reflections on theology and the social order
Religion and the social order
The New International Economic Order a chapter in a protracted confrontation
The sociopolitical vision of Keynes
Reflections on the political economy of government the persistent growth of government
The limits of economic policy
Mephistopheles and inflation
Economic development Cancun and the western democracies
A fascination with economics
The First World the Third World and the survival of free societies
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