Theory 1870-1930 (History
of Banking and Finance) by Forrest
Capie (Hardcover - May 25, 2000).
Routledge; 1 edition (May 25, 2000).
This set reprints rare material from 1870-1930
and ranges from monetary economics to straight banking theory. Information
Early Histories of Economic
Thought by R.
Backhouse (Hardcover - Jul 27, 2000).
Routledge; 1 edition (July 27, 2000).
The books reprinted in this set greatly
influenced the way the development of economics was perceived and how the history of
economics was viewed. Many of the titles represent the first attempts to chart the history
of economics both from European and American perspectives. Information
Foundations of the American
Economy: The American Colonies from Inception to Independence (Early
American Economic Thought) by William J.
Barber, Malcolm Rutherford, Steven G. Medema, and Marianne Johnson (Hardcover - April 2003). Pickering & Chatto
Publishers (April 2003) Information.
Harwood Fundamentals of Pure
and Applied Economics by J. Lesourne (Hardcover - Feb 14, 2002). Taylor &
Francis; 1 edition (February 14, 2002). Information
Methodology of Economics by
Roger E. Backhouse (Hardcover - May 23, 1997). Routledge; 1 edition (May 23, 1997).
This set charts the crucial transition from
classical to neo-classical economics. Texts from such significant figures as J. S. Mill,
J. E. Cairns, J. N. Keynes, Nassau Senior, Henry Sedgwick and Alfred Marshall illustrate
the gradual transformation of economics from the fully contextualized political economy of
the early classical economists to the abstract, deductive theory of neo-classical
Miniset C. Economic Systems/Comparative Economics
(Routledge Library Editions: The Economics) by Jean-Charles
Asselain (Hardcover - Jun 5, 2003). Routledge; 1 edition (June 5, 2003). Information
Miniset D. Economic Theory
& Econometrics (Routledge
Library Editions: The Economics)
by Alvin H. Hansen (Hardcover
- Jun 5, 2003). Routledge; 1 edition (June 5, 2003). Information
Miniset H. Keynesian &
Post-Keynesian Economics (Routledge
Library Editions: The
Alan Coddington (Hardcover - Jun 5, 2003).
Routledge; 1 edition (June 5, 2003). Information
Miniset J. Methodology & Philosophy of Economics
(Routledge Library Editions: The Economics) by T.W. Hutchison (Hardcover -
Jun 5, 2003). Routledge; 1 edition (June 5, 2003). Information
Rational Choice Theory:
Critical Concepts In the Social Sciences (Critical
Concepts in the Social Sciences) by Mich
Allingham (Hardcover - Aug 9, 2006).
Routledge; 1 edition (August 9, 2006).
This collection of articles brings together
the most important contributions of the past 50-plus years, providing a comprehensive
range of work on the study of rational choice in five easily accessible and coherently
organized volumes. Coverage ranges from the foundations of the subject, to the problem of
pure choice, uncertainty, strategic choice, perfect rationality and bounded rationality,
and finally, group choice. Information
Regulation Theory and the
Crisis of Capitalism (Elgar
Mini Series) by
Bob Jessop (Hardcover - Jun 30, 2001).
Edward Elgar Publishing (June 30, 2001).
This five volume collection (with individual
volumes available separately) provides a comprehensive overview of the regulation approach
to capitalism and its crisis-tendencies. Edited by a major British contributor to the
approach, the collection includes not only key theoretical and empirical works from
leading French regulationists, but also representative work from other regulation schools
and scholars, as well as major critiques of the approach. Information
Socialism and the Market: The Socialist Calculation
Debate Revisited (Routledge
Library of 20th Century Economics) by Peter Boettke (Hardcover -
Feb 8, 2000). Routledge; 1 edition (February 8, 2000).
This set reprints work originally published
between 1935 and 1990, and includes a newly revised and updated edition of Boettke's The
Political Economy of Soviet Socialism. Information
The Chicago Tradition in
Economics, 1892-1945 (Routledge
Library of 20th
by Ross Emmett (Library Binding
- Dec 14, 2001). Routledge; 1 edition (December 14, 2001).
The home of more Nobel Laureates than any
other institution, the Chicago School has fostered the work of the most influential and
controversial economists of the twentieth century, including Frank Knight, Milton Friedman
and Gary Becker. This collection reprints key papers in the development of Chicago
economics from the early part of the century through the end of the Second World War. Information
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