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Selig Perlman and Wisconsin Institutionalism Vol: 8


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780762305957
Published:
18 Dec 1998
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
272 pages - 156 x 234 x 15mm
Series:
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology

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Supplement 8 contains an archival collection of Selig Perlman's eminent history of the labor movement, pertaining to Institutional Economics at the University of Wisconsin. Included are: Notes from students in Perlman's classes in American Labor History, and Capitalism and Socialism; Six previously unpublished chapters written by Perlman for a revision of his "History of Trade Unions"; Correspondence between Perlman and John R. Commons; and several personal documents of Perlman's.
Part I. Selig Perlman and Wisconsin Institutionalism. I. Lectures By Selig Perlman on American Labor History and on Capitalism and Socialism, 1955-1956. Introduction (W.J. Samuels). Capitalism and socialism, economics 144, Spring 1955 (Notes by W.J. Samuels). Capitalism and socialism, economics 144, Spring 1955, evening meetings (Notes by W.J. Samuels). Capitalism and socialism, economics 144, Fall 1956 (Notes by A.A. Scmid). American labor history, economics 145, Fall 1956 (Notes by W.J. Samuels). Part II. Selig Perlman's Additional Chapters for His History of History of Trade Unionism. Introduction (W.J. Samuels). Renewal of the struggle for existence, 1919-1933. Under the advancing new deal, 1933-1939. "Defense" and World War II. In the decade after Roosevelt. Conclusions and inferences. In retrospect and in prospect. Part III. Correspondence of John R. Commons and Selig Perlman. Introduction (R.A. Gonce, W.J. Samuels). Correspondence of John R. Commons and Selig Perlman (R.A. Gonce, W.J. Samuels). Part IV. Domestic from Selig Perlman. Documents from Selig Perlman (R.A. Gonce, W.J. Samuels).

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