Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology: A Research Annual
Ross B. Emmett, Jeff E. Biddle
Emerald Group Publishing, Aug 3, 2011 - Business & Economics - 452 pages
This collection includes both refereed articles and review essays of recent books in the history of economic thought and methodology. The articles highlight research the historiography and methodology of the English Poor Laws, behavioural economics, and the socialist calculation debate; as well as A.D. Roy and portfolio theory and correspondence regarding John Maurice Clark's "Economics of Planning".
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HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE DEBATE ON THE CONTROVERSIAL LINK BETWEEN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ECONOMIC ADVANTAGE
A FURTHER NOTE
THE FORGOTTEN FATHER OF PORTFOLIO THEORY
AN UNPUBLISHED LETTER
THE SCOPE OF ANALYSIS IN THE SOCIALIST CALCULATION DEBATE
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