Edward Everett Hale was a leading member of the institutionalist group at the University of Texas. More radical than his better known colleague, Clarence E. Ayres, Hale influenced many students - originally through his lectures rather than his publications, which were few in number. This collection assembles materials on Hale, unpublished writings by him, and sets of lecture notes from his courses.
Editors' introduction (R.J. Phillips, D. Kinnear). In memorandum: Edward Everett Hale (1975) (W. Gordon, D.L. Miller and D.C. Morgan, Jr.). The Economics of Edward Everett Hale: an impressionistic fragment (H. Jansen). Metaphysics, science and value theory (1926) (E. Everett Hale). The problem of monetary standards (1933) (E. Everett Hale). Economic pattern of a durable peace (1942) (E. Everett Hale). Review of the new economics (circa 1947). (E. Everett Hale). Keynes: general theory of employment, interest and money (circa 1948-51). (E. Everett Hale) ECON 327: comparative economic systems (1948) (E. Everett Hale). ECON 389: Marxian and neoclassical economic theory (circa 1953) (E. Everett Hale).