Description : A collection of articles that includes both refereed articles and review essays of books in the history of economic thought and methodology. It highlights research the historiography and methodology of the English Poor Laws, behavioural economics, and the socialist calculation debate; as well as AD Roy and portfolio theory.
Description : This book contains refereed articles on: contrasting relational conceptions of the individual in recent economics; the development of Adam Smith's style of lecturing; a comparison of problems encountered in the historian's work as editor, based upon editing Harrod's papers and Haberler's "Prosperity and Depression"; reminisciences on the New Deal by Jacob Viner; and Don Lavoie's lectures on comparative economic systems. It reviews essays on books about Schumpeter, Keynes, Mincer, comparative economic history, and the Chicago School; as well as reviews of books dealing with the repeal of the Corn Laws, economic systems and economic growth, the Enlightenment and post-modernism, and virtue ethics and capitalism.
Description : Volume 35A of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology features a symposium on historical epistemology. An internationally renowned cast of contributors offers a variety of perspectives on one of the major approaches in empirical philosophy of science and the historiography of economic thought.
Description : A collection of refereed articles on topics in economic methodology and the history of economics, including Austrian economic methodology and Wesley Mitchell.
Description : Includes archival documents and essays exploring the inter-relationship between the government and the economy. This title examines the one-sided controversy generated by Rose Wilder Lane and V Orval Watts against a new generation of Keynes-influenced textbooks which focused on governmental policy and the scope of government activity.
Description : Contains five sets of lectures taken by Glenn Johnson as a doctoral student in economics at the University of Chicago during 1946-7. This volume also includes notes by Mark Ladenson at Northwestern and from a faculty seminar at MSU on comparative method.
Description : This new reader in the history of economic thought is edited by two of the most respected figures in the field. With clearly written summaries putting each selection into context, this book will be of great use to students and lecturers of the history of economic thought as it goes beyond the simple reprinting of articles. Selections and discussions include such thinkers as Aristotle, John Locke, François Quesnay, David Hume, Jean-Baptiste Say, Karl Marx, William Stanley Jevons, Irving Fisher and Thorstein Veblen. The History of Economic Thought: A Reader can be used as a core textbook or as a supplementary text on courses in economic thought and philosophy, and will provide readers with a good foundation in the different schools of thought that run through economics.
Description : Offering insights into early American economic theory, this title includes essays on how the notes relate to broader economic thinking of the period.