This work contains articles on Adam Smith, Antonio Horta Ororio, John Maynard Keynes, and on methodological, interpretive and policy issues of economic development in Ghana. It also contains review essays on twenty-two new books on the history and methodology of economics.
...Five papers present research in the history of economic thought and methodology and eighteen essays review recently published literature in the field. Journal of Economic Literature, 2002
Of wages and profits in the different employments of labour and capital: Patterns of exposition and exemplification in Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations. (W. Handerson). Antonio Horta Ororio: Pareto's Portuguese disciple (M.E. Mata). Mr Smith goes to Moscow: Russian editions of the Wealth of Nations (V. Barnett). Ghana: A world apart (Y.S. Brenner).