The Economics of W. S. Jevons

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Jevons, William Stanley (1858). ‘On the Forms of Clouds’, The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science [LPMJ], Vol. 15, No. 100 (April), pp. 241-55.
——(1859). ‘On the Semidiurnal Oscillation of the Barometer’, LPMJ, Vol. 17, No. 115, pp. 313-23.
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——(1869). ‘A Deduction From Darwin’s Theory’, Nature, Vol. 1 (December), pp. 231-32.
——(1870). ‘On the Natural Laws of Muscular Exertion’, Nature, Vol. 2 (June), pp. 158-60.
——(1871). Theory of Political Economy [1911]. 4th edition. Edited by H.S. Jevons. London: Macmillan.
——(1874). The Principles of Science: A Treatise on Logic and Scientific Method [1909]. London: Macmillan.
——(1875a). ‘Heredity’, Nature, Vol. 11, No. 287, pp. 503-504.
——(1875b). Money and the Mechanism of Exchange [1920]. London: Kegan Paul.
——(1878). Primer of Political Economy. London: Science Primer Series.
——(1879). ‘John Stuart Mill’s Philosophy Tested. IV. Utilitarianism’, Contemporary Review, Vol. 36 (November), pp. 521-38.
——(1882a). The State in Relation to Labour [1887]. London: Macmillan.
——(1882b). ‘The Solar-Commercial Cycle’, Nature, Vol. 26 (July), pp. 226-28.
——(1883). Methods of Social Reform, and other Papers [1965]. London: Macmillan.
——(1884). Investigations in Currency and Finance. Edited by H.S. Foxwell. London: Macmillan.
——(1905). The Principles of Economics and Other Papers [1965]. Edited by Henry Higgs. London: Macmillan.
——(1972-81). Papers and Correspondence of William Stanley Jevons. 7 Volumes, edited by R.D. Collison Black. London: Macmillan Press, i: Biography and Personal Journal [1972]. Co-edited by Rosamond KÖnekamp; ii-v: Correspondence


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