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Cultural economics and theory : the evolutionary economics of David Hamilton

Author: David Boyce Hamilton
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2010.
Series: Routledge advances in heterodox economics, 11.
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David Hamilton has advanced heterodox economics by replacing intellectual concepts from orthodox economics that hinder us with concepts that help us. This book brings together the essential works of  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cultural economics and theory.
London ; New York : Routledge, 2010
(OCoLC)763139914
Named Person: David Boyce Hamilton; David Boyce Hamilton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Boyce Hamilton
ISBN: 9780415490917 041549091X 9780203869840 0203869842
OCLC Number: 317383473
Description: xvii, 248 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Economic thought and cultural economics. Economic thought. Veblen and Commons : a case of theoretical convergence ; Hobson with a Keynesian twist ; Keynes, cooperation, and economic stability ; A theory of the social origins of the factors of production. Cultural economics. Ceremonial aspects of corporate organization ; The entrepreneur as a cultural hero ; Why is institutional economics not institutional? ; Drawing the poverty line at the cultural subsistence level ; The great wheel of wealth : a reflection of social reciprocity --
pt. 2. Structural policy and economic theory. Poverty. Reciprocity, productivity, and poverty ; The political economy of poverty : institutional and technological dimensions ; The U.S. economy : the disadvantages of having taken the lead ; The myth is not the reality : income maintenance and welfare ; The paper war on poverty ; Welfare reform in the Reagan years : an institutionalist perspective. Consumption. What has evolutionary economics to contribute to consumption theory? ; Institutional economics and consumption ; Thorstein Veblen as the first professor of marketing science. Critique of orthodoxy. On staying for the canoe building, or why ideology is not enough ; Ceremonialism as the dramatization of prosaic technology : who did invent the coup de poing? ; Economics : science or legend? ; The cure may be the cancer : remarks upon receipt of the Veblen-Commons Award. Elements of institutionalism. Is institutional economics really "root and branch" economics? ; Rickshaws, treadmills, galley slaves, and Chernobyl ; Technology and institutions are neither.
Series Title: Routledge advances in heterodox economics, 11.
Responsibility: David Hamilton [and others].

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