The History of Economic Thought
The history of economic thought does not stand still and, like other fields of study, it experiences outbursts of new interpretations and revised perspectives. Mark Blaug one of the most important historians of economic thought of his generation has prepared an authoritative collection which reflects the fresh currents that have been blowing through the history of economic thought in recent years. The volume successfully conveys the many types and models of analysis that characterise the modern history of economic thought. Professor Blaug s masterful selection will be essential reading for all instructors, researchers and students of the history of economic thought.
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T W Hutchison 1969 Economists and Economic Policy
Adam Smith agricultural analysis argument assumption Cambridge capital capitalist Chamberlin Combination Laws commodity comparative advantage concept conditions of production consumed consumption Corn Laws cost critical David Ricardo difficulty of production discussion doctrine Economic Journal economic theory economic thought economists equilibrium rate Essay exchange fall Friedman Hayek history of economic History of Political Hume Ibid increase interpretation invariable measure invariable money medium James Mill Jevons Journal of Economics Keynesian labor theory Leon Walras London M'Culloch Malthus marginal marginalist Marshall Marshall's mathematical measure of value Mill's Minard Mises monetarism monetary nation normative Okishio's theorem organic composition output perfect competition physics Political Economy price of production Principles problem proposition quantity theory Quarterly Journal rate of profit real wage relative price repeal Review Ricardo effect rise Robinson Say's Law Smith social Sraffa Stigler tatonnement techniques theoretical theory of value tion Torrens utility Walras Walras's Wicksell effect