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|All Authors / Contributors:||
G L S Shackle; Stephen F Frowen
|Description:||xiii, 255 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Origination of choice; means and meaning in economic theory; "treatise" theory and time; cantillon far ahead of his time; the bounds of unknowledge; Harrod as economist; levels of simplicity in Keynes's theory of money and employment; on Hick's causality in economics; on the nature of profit; the romantic mountain and the classic lake; Alan Coddington's Keynesian Economics; marginalism - the harvest; new tracts for economic theory 1926 - 39; Hayek as economist; Keynes the meeting-point of history and thought; Sir John Hicks IS-LM - an explanation - a comment - controlling industrial economies; markets, entrepreneurs and liberty; news from Sweden; a student's pilgrimage.|
|Responsibility:||selected papers of G.L.S. Shackle ; edited by Stephen F. Frowen.|