Higgling: transactors and their markets in the history of economics

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Duke University Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 415 pages
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Contents

Introduction Neil De Marchi and Mary S Morgan
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Its Legal Ethical
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The Troublesome Matter of
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

de Marchi is Professor of Economics at Duke University.

Mary S. Morgan is Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics at the London School of Economics and the University of Amsterdam. She has published widely on topics ranging from statistics to experiments to narrative, and from social Darwinism in late-nineteenth-century America to game theory in the Cold War. Her major works include The History of Econometric Ideas (Cambridge University Press, 1990), The Foundations of Econometric Analysis (Cambridge University Press, 1995, co-edited with David F. Hendry), and Models as Mediators (Cambridge University Press, 1999, co-edited with Margaret Morrison). Professor Morgan's account of scientific modeling is forthcoming in The World in the Model. She is currently engaged in the research project 'Re-Thinking Case Studies Across the Social Sciences' as a British Academy-Wolfson Research Professor.