Milton Friedman: Critical Assessments, Volume 1

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John Cunningham Wood, Ronald N. Woods
Psychology Press, 1990 - Reference - 2016 pages
Presents a selection of the critical literature commenting on the life and work of Milton Friedman and so gives students of economics and economic thought immediate access to Friedman's work and shows how his work has been received and modified.
 

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Contents

Friedman versus Keynes on the Theory of Employment
12
H Feldman and E Tower
25
Hoover
42
What is Money? J P Cover
56
The Instrumentalisms of Dewey and Friedman J R Wible
69
Demand Variability Supply Shocks and the Output
89
How Monetarism Failed N Kaldor
102
Bayesian Regression Diagnostics with Applications
115
Private Fiat Money with Many Suppliers B Taub
164
Comment on The Instrumentalisms of Dewey
179
Monetarism Deficits Crowding Out and Interest Rates
220
Advocacy and Neo Classical Economics
249
A Note on Milton Friedmans Application of
285
A Summation
299
Is Friedmans Methodological Instrumentalism a Special
312
Criticism and the Validity of the SpecialCase Interpretation
347

Contra
120
Positive Economics and its Instrumental Defence
144
Authorities in Business Ethics J E Fleming
376
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John Cunningham Wood is at Ernst & Young. <STRONG>Ronald N. Woods is at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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