Method, competition, conflict and measurement in the twentieth century: selected papers from the History of Economics Society Conference, 1992
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analysis argued argument assumption average expectation average opinion Blaug Cambridge Chapter commodities concept of capital convention cost critical rationalism determined direct judgements discussion disutility economic methodology economic theory economists Edward Elgar efficiency empirical equal equilibrium estimates exchange existence expenditures explain factors falsificationism firm Friedrich Engels full employment function Hart Hutchison individual interest rates investment Joan Robinson joint judgements Journal judgements of probability Kahn Keynes VII Keynes's Keynesian Knight Knut Wicksell Kuznets labour Lavington laws logical magnitudes marginal marginal cost Marshall Marshall's Marx Marx's Marxist mathematical means measurement ment method national income neoclassical neoclassical economics nomic object output perfect competition Popperian possible practice problem production profit propensity to consume quantity reason relation Richardson risk Robinson role Say's Law scientific social Sraffa store of value theoretical tion uncertainty utility wage Wicksell Wicksell's Wijk Wolff X-efficiency