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A Research Annual Vol: 32

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17 Oct 2014
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
250 pages - 152 x 229 x 33mm
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology
This volume includes referred articles, archival pieces, and book reviews. The first section deals with economics and AntiSemitism and focuses on the contribution of four leading economists: Werner Sombart; Thorstein Veblen; Maffeo Pantaleoni and the Italian corporatist Gino Arias. The second section comprises articles on several subjects: the notion of Pareto optimality; the OrdoLiberal conception of competition, and Keynes's German edition of the General theory. The archival section includes the English translation of a series of articles by Bertil Ohlin on the Great Depression, and of:" Pavel Illich Popov's "The Balance of the National Economy of the USSR."
Capitalism and Judaism in Werner Sombart: A Contribution to the Analysis of Capitalist Rationality and its Limits. Maffeo Pantaleoni: Fomentor of the Anti-Semitic Press Campaign. Thorstein Veblen on the Intellectual Pre-eminence of Jews: Beyond the Myth of Veblen’s ‘Social Marginality’. Zionism, Fascism, Racial Laws: The Case of Gino Arias. Pareto-Optimality or Pareto-Efficiency: Same Concept, Different Names? An Analysis Over a Century of Economic Literature. Ordo and European Competition Law. The German Edition of Keynes’s General Theory: Controversies on the Preface. Ohlin on the Great Depression: Ten Newspaper Articles 1929–1935. Statistical Economic Balances in Unbalanced Times. The Balance of the National Economy of the USSR, 1923–24: Pavel Illich Popov’s Contribution. Review of Giblin’s Platoon: The Trials and Triumphs of the Economist in Australian Public Life. A Research Annual. List of Contributors. Review of Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics: The Keynesian Tradition. Anti-Semitism and the Jewish Question in the History of Economic Thought: An Introductory Note. Studying the Balance of the National Economy: An Introduction (A Translation). A Research Annual. Copyright page. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology.

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