This volume is part of a series which offers contemporary work and research in the areas of methodology and the history of economic thought.
List of contributors. Editorial board. Acknowledgments. Persuasion and argument in the Malthus-Ricardo correspondence (S. Cremaschi, M. Dascal). Post Greek/Pre-Renaissance economic thought: contributions of Arab-Islamic scholastics during the "Great Gap" centuries (S.M. Ghazanfar). Two conceptions of theory (A. Viskovatoff). The magical, mystical "Paradox of Value," (S. Fayazmanesh). Dadabhai Naoroji: the first economist of Modern India (S. Ambirajan). The transformation of American economics: from interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism: an interpretive review of a conference (W.J. Samuels). Review Essays. Birner and Van Zijp's Hayek, coordination and evolution (S. Bostaph). Silver's economic structures of antiquity (S. Todd Lowry). Catholicism, Calvinism, and the comparative development of economic doctrine: an essay on the "Austrian" perspective (D.L. Prychitko). Monetary interpretations of the Great Depression (S. Dow). New books received.