Further Essays on Economic Theory and Policy

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INDEX OF NAMES
Akerlof, G., 62n31
Allen, M., 17
Arrow, K., 53n16
Barre, R., 217n11, 231
Barro, R., 154
Beckerman, W., 263n11
Berenson, B., 279
Berenson, M., 279
Beveridge, W., 24, 44, 84
Böhm-Bawerk, E. von, 302
Boserup, E., 25n27
Brechling, F., 114n5
Brown, A. J., 140n23
Butler, R. A., 126
Cairncross, A., 127
Cannan, E., 14, 181
Cantillon, R., 5, 132
Chamberlin, E. H., 17, 18n9, 53n16, 286
Champernowne, D., 30, 305
Colchester, N., 246n11
Cornwall, J., 212
Cournot, A., 204, 227
Coutts, K., 20, 80
Cripps, Sir Stafford, 142
Cripps, T. F., 223
Dalton, H., 126
Davidson, J. C. C., 281
Debreu, G., 53n16
Dobb, M. H., 294n30
Domar, E., 28
Douglas, M., 49n11
Dow, J. C. R., 140n23
Dunlop, J. G., 21n16, 56
Eaton, C. B., 22n19
Edgeworth, F. Y., 284
Einaudi, L., 279
Einstein, A., 302
Fergusson, Sir John, 244n8
Fermi, E., 302
Fisher, I., 5, 60, 103, 106, 107, 108, 132, 144, 163, 164n2, 186
Fitoussi, J. P., 91n2, 224n*
Flexner, A., 302
Ford, A. G., 84n16
Franks, O., 127
Friedmani M., 5, 7, 17n5, 20, 57, 62, 63, 65, 78, 108, 111, 120, 132, 142, 145, 146, 149-53, 158, 169-70, 177, 178, 179, 182, 186-72, 189, 194, 196
Gaitskell, H., 26
Gifford, C., 25
Godley, W., 20, 80
Graham, B., 249n16
Gramsci, A., 277, 281, 282
Gregory, T. E., 292
Hahn, F. H., 30n37, 53n16, 155
Harcourt, Lord, 127
Harrod, R. F., 3, 4, 10, 17n5, 18n11, 22, 27, 28, 30, 32, 69, 84, 85, 91, 93, 140n23, 209, 210, 211, 212, 243
Hart, A. G., 249n16
Hawtrey, R. G., 52n13, 77, 107, 130, 173
Hayek, F. A. von, 17, 27n30, 252
Healey, D., 191
Hecksher, E., 202, 225
Hegel, G. W. F., 98
Hicks, J., 11, 17, 19, 62, 70, 76, 81, 147, 227, 251-9
Hollander, S., 292
Hopkins, Sir Richard, 243
Houthakker, H., 212
Hudson, H. R., 244n8

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