Sir John R. Hicks: Critical Assessments, Volume 1
John Cunningham Wood, Ronald N. Woods
Routledge, 1989 - Reference - 1248 pages
Sir John Hicks is one of the highest-regarded contemporary economists, and it is fitting that the new series of Critical Assessments of Contemporary Economists should commence with his work.
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1972, Sir John Hicks' work is extremely wide-ranging, with the list of topics reading almost like an agenda for the whole of modern economics: general equilibrium theory, welfare economics, problems of index numbers, trade cycles, wages and many others. He may, however, be best known to present day economists for having introduced IS-LM curves, now a standard means of Keynesian analysis.
A comprehensive, scholarly work, this four-volume set gives students of economics and economic thought immediate access to Sir John Hicks' contributions and shows how his work has been received and modified by others.