Economic Analysis in Historical Perspective
John Creedy, Denis Patrick O'Brien
Butterworths, 1984 - Economics - 228 pages
Economic Analysis in Historical Perspective offers a wide discussion on economics and its history. One of the book's main principles is to place the several major areas of economic analysis in historical perspective.
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INTRODUCTIONJ Creedy and D P OBrien l
WELFARE ECONOMICS R F Hebert and R B Ekelund
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