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History of economic doctrines; an introduction to economic theory

Author: Eduard Heimann
Publisher: London, New York Oxford University Press, 1945.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Heimann, Eduard, 1889-1967.
History of economic doctrines.
London, New York [etc.] Oxford University Press, 1945
(OCoLC)583052370
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eduard Heimann
OCLC Number: 167393
Description: ix, 3-263 pages 22 cm
Contents: Pt. 1: Problem and method --
The problem of economics --
This history of economics --
Pt. 2: Pre-history of economics --
Economics as applied ethics --
Mercantilism: system or economic policy --
The transition period --
Pt. 3: The founding of economics --
Economics as a system of natural harmony --
Economics as biology - Quesnay --
Economics as physics - Adam Smith --
Circular-flow theory vs. Price theory --
Pt. 4: The Classical school: rational adaptation to nature --
Malthus- reinterpretation of nature and reason --
Ricardo - the system of labor value --
Special contributions --
Say --
Thuenen --
Senior --
Mill --
The Manchester Doctrine --
Pt. 5: Critics and reformers --
Sismondi --
List --
Early socialists --
Pt. 6: Economics as historical dialectic of harmony --
Karl Marx --
The Marxist School --
The theory of liberal socialism: Franz Oppenheimer --
Is the theory of exploitation refuted? Pt. 7: Historicism and institutionalism : Inductive method-social reform --
Spiethoff;s theory of the business cycle - Veblen --
Mitchell --
--
Pt. 8 : Neo-Classicism --
The unification of the system through utility value --
Theory of incomes --
Capitalism: pro and con --
General equilibrium: economic logic --
Imperfect competition : the disollution of the system --
Business cycles --
Pt. 9 : The emergence of the system of economic fluctuations : Technological unemployment --
saving, investment, and interest: Wicksell, Schumpter, and Hahn - the Keynesian system --
the multiplier --
the accelerator - general or special theory?
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