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Documents on and from the History of Economic Thought Vol: 22

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18 Feb 2004
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
356 pages - 156 x 234 x 20mm
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology


Contains two groups of archival materials. The first group includes Edwin Cannan's unsuccessful Cobden Essay; an early critique of economics by Eli Ginzberg; introductory notes on the study of the history of economic thought by Warren Samuels; and a memoir by Jacob Warshaw on Thorstein Veblen. The second group contains lecture notes taken by F. Taylor Ostrander in courses given by David Taggart Clark (Williams College), Redvers Opie (Oxford), and Frank H. Knight (Chicago) on the history of economics.
Edwin Cannan's Political Economy and Socialism: An unsuccessful Cobden essay (S.G. Medema). The economists neurosis (E. Ginzberg, Introduction by W.J. Samuels). "Two minutes of Austrian economics" Fritz Machlup's journalistic writings, 1932-1934 (H. Klausinger). Introductory notes to the study of the history of economic thought, Set 1 (W.J. Samuels). Recollections of Thorstein Veblen (J. Warshaw, Introduction by W.J. Samuels). The history of economic thought-notes of F. Taylor Ostrander (W.J. Samuels). Preface (W.J. Samuels). F. Taylor Ostrander: A brief biography (W.J. Samuels). Notes on David Taggart Clark's course on the history of economic thought, economics 9, Williams College, Fall 1931. Notes on Redvers Opie's group tutorial, history of modern economic thought, Magdalen college, Oxford University, Spring 1933. Notes on Frank H. Knight's course on the history of economic thought, economics 302, University of Chicago, Fall 1933, including Ostrander's "notes on cost".

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