## Paul Samuelson and Modern Economic TheoryEconomics in a golden age: a personal memoir; Contributions to welfare economics; On general equilibrium and stability; On consumption theory; International trade theory. |

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### Contents

A Personal Memoir | 1 |

Contributions to Welfare Economics | 15 |

On General Equilibrium and Stability | 31 |

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analysis appeared applied approach argument assumed assumption Axiom behavior capital changes Chap choice classical clear Collected Scientific Papers commodity comparative competitive concept consumer consumption contributions corresponding cost course curve demand derived determined discussion distribution dynamic Economic economic theory economists effect efficient endowments equal equations equilibrium example existence expected fact factor factor-price Foundations function given Harvard important income independent individual interest International Trade investment issue Journal labour later least marginal mathematical maxim mean monetary noted optimal option ordering original output Paul positive possible preference principle problem production proof question Rational reason relation restrictions result revealed Review Samuelson shows social solution stability Studies theorem theory trade University utility utility function vector wage writings

### References to this book

A History of Economic Theory: Classic Contributions, 1720-1980 Jürg Niehans No preview available - 1994 |