The Development of Economic Thought: Great Economists in Perspective

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The Development OF Economic Thought
GREAT ECONOMISTS IN PERSPECTIVE

Edited by HENRY WILLIAM SPIEGEL Professor of Economics The Catholic University of America

JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., NEW YORK CHAPMAN & HALL, LIMITED, LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Editor's Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • The Dawn of Economic Science 1
  • Aristotle on Plato 3
  • Tawney on Medieval Economic Thought 16
  • Heckscher on Mercantilism 31
  • Jevons on Cantillon 42
  • Einaudi on Galiani 61
  • Smith on the Physiocrats 83
  • Marx on the Physiocrats 100
  • The Classical School 111
  • Douglas on Smith 113
  • Bonar, Fay, and Keynes on Malthus 144
  • Mcculloch on Ricardo 158
  • Marshall on Ricardo 173
  • Mill on Bentham 184
  • Viner on Bentham and Mill 201
  • Cairnes on Bastiat 226
  • List on Say 241
  • Socialists and Reformers 251
  • Halévy on Sismondi 253
  • Foxwell on Ricardian Socialists 269
  • Cole on Owen 297
  • Veblen on Marx 313
  • Hobson on George 329
  • Tawney on the Webbs 341
  • Historical and Institutional Approaches 361
  • Schmoller on Roscher 363
  • Mitchell on Veblen 378
  • Perlman on Commons 403
  • Burns on Mitchell 413
  • The Rise of Marginalism 443
  • Schneider on ThÜnen 445
  • Fisher on Cournot 458
  • Walras on Gossen 470
  • Keynes on Jevons 489
  • Hayek on Menger 526
  • Hayek on Wieser 554
  • Schumpeter on Bohm-Bawerk 568
  • Hicks on Walras 580
  • J. M. Clark on J. B. Clark 592
  • Introduction 593
  • The Growth of Modern Economics 613
  • Bowley on Edgeworth 615
  • Demaria on Pareto 628
  • Frisch on Wicksell 652
  • Robbins on Wicksteed 700
  • Viner on Marshall 718
  • Haberler on Schumpeter 734
  • Samuelson on Keynes 763
  • Colin Clark on Pigou 779
  • Index 795
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