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Centenary essays on Alfred Marshall

Author: John K Whitaker; Royal Economic Society (Great Britain)
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1990.
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Named Person: Alfred Marshall; Alfred Marshall; Alfred Marshall; Alfred Marshall; Alfred (Wirtschaftswissenschaftler) Marshall
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John K Whitaker; Royal Economic Society (Great Britain)
ISBN: 0521381339 9780521381338
OCLC Number: 20754147
Notes: "A Royal Economic Society publication."
Description: xii, 298 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The place of Marshall's Principles in the development of economics / George J. Stigler --
Marshall and the labour market / Robin C.O. Matthews --
Alfred Marshall and the development of monetary economics / David E.W. Laidler --
Marshall and international trade / John Creedy --
Firms, markets, and the principle of continuity / Brian J. Loasby --
Marshall's work in relation to classical economics / Denis P. O'Brien --
Cambridge after Marshall / David A. Collard --
What happened to the second volume of the Principles? : the thorny path to Marshall's last books / John K. Whitaker --
Alfred Marshall and the theory of capital / Christopher Bliss --
An aspect of Marshall's period analysis / A.K. Dasgupta --
The great barter controversy / Peter Newman --
Marshall's consumer's surplus in modern perspective / John S. Chipman.
Responsibility: edited by John K. Whitaker.
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