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|Named Person:||Warren J Samuels; Steven G Medema|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeff Biddle; John Davis; Steven G Medema
|Description:||368 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. The Skills of Freedom: The Liberal Education of William J. Barber. Mark Blaug as a Historian of Economic Thought. Bob Coats and the Historicizing of Economic Policy. Verve and Versatility: Neil de Marchi and the Culture of Economics. Maurice Dobb, Historical Materialism, and Economic Thought. The Craft of William Grampp: Historian of Economics. F. A. Hayek as an Intellectual Historian of Economics. From Adam Smith to John Stuart Mill: Samuel Hollander and the Classical Economists. Todd Lowry and Ancient Greek Economic Thought: An Interpretation. Ronald Meek and the Rehabilitation of Surplus Economics. Phil Mirowski as a Historian of Economic Thought. D. P. O'Brien's Contribution to the History of Economic Analysis. Joan Robinson's Economics: Using the History of Economic Thought as a Discovery Tool. Henry William Spiegel, Historian of Economic Thought. Werner Stark and the Sociology of Knowledge Approach to the History of Economics. Roy Weintraub's Contribution to the History of Economics. Donald Winch as Intellectual Historian.|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in the history of economics, 51.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeff Biddle, John David and Steven G. Medema.|
..."interesting...If you want to read about mature scholars written by other mature scholars, then I recommend this book- Roger Frantz, Department of Economics, San Diego State University."