On Revolutions and Progress in Economic Knowledge

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Index of names(pp. 1-320)
Alford, B. W. E., 186
Anderson, J., 232
Annan, Lord, 115
Aristotle, 80, 82
Arrow, K. J., 68-9
Ashley, W. J., 8, 59, 72-3, 223, 236, 272
Ashton, T. S., 132
Attwood, T., 146
Babbage, C., 61
Bagehot, W., 4, 6, 19, 26, 28, 57, 59, 61-2, 68, 71, 76, 80, 100, 103, 120, 310
Bailey, S., 223
Bain, A., 28, 41
Balogh, Lord, 186
Barber, W. J., 163
Barbon, N., 217
Barkai, H., 143
Barucci, P., 81, 217
Bastable, C. F., 80, 108
Bastiat, F., 40, 80
Beaverbrook, Lord, 127
Beccaria, C. B., 83, 217
Becher, J., 136
Bentham, J., 13, 32, 34, 88, 146, 196, 200, 302
Berkeley, G., 4, 130
Bernoulli, D., 83
Beveridge, Lord, 160, 176
Bitterman, H. J., 8
Black, R. D. C., 66, 146
Blake, W., 146, 155
Blanqui, A., 217
Blaug, M., viii, 71-2, 128, 296-7
Böhm-Bawerk, E. von, 81, 145, 156, 161, 246, 274
Boisguilbert, P. de, 128, 135-7, 140, 225
Bonar, J., 5, 236
Booth, C., 248
Bosanquet, C., 33
Bosellini, C., 217
Bowley, Sir A. L., 248
Bowley, M., 13, 99
Brahe, T., 219
Brittan, S., 22, 269
Bronfenbrenner, M., ix, 216, 274, 287, 289, 309-12, 315-16
Brougham, Lord, 51
Buchanan,]. M., 20
Burlamaqui, J. J., 85
Burns, E., 228
Cairnes, J. E., 60-2, 67-9, 70, 72, 75, 80, 90, 95, 155, 157, 224, 255, 283
Campbell, T. D., 6
Cannan, E., 45, 70, 116-17, 169-70, 186, 235-6
Cantillon, R., 23, 127, 135-8
Carmichael, G, 15, 85
Carr-Saunders, Sir A., 186
Cassel, G., 161
Caute, D., 266
Cayley, E. S., 146
Cazenove, J., 146
Chalmers, T., 146
Chamberlain,]., 100, 160
Chamberlain, N., 196
Chamley, P., 143
Checkland, S. G., 17, 60, 69, 80, 144
Cherbuliez, A. E., 227
Churchill, R., 194
Churchill, Sir W. S., 149, 160, 193-4
Clapham, Sir .John, 95, 97, 103, 108
Clark, C. G., 197
Clark, Sir G. N., 3, 132
Clark, J. B., 92, 161, 258, 273
Clausewitz, K. von, 18
Clay, Sir H., 176
Clerk Maxwell, J., 277
Coase, R. H., 269, 284
Coats, A. W., viii
Colbert, J.-B., 136
Condillac, E. B. de, 84-5, 139, 213
Corry, B. A., 146
Courcelle-Seneuil, J., 81
Cournot, A. A., 62, 69, 76, 80, 84, 87-8, 225, 232, 242, 269, 280
Court, W. H. B., 72
Cropsey, J., 21

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