The Economic Mind in America: Essays in the History of American Economics

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INDEX

a
abduction process 245 , 247 - 249
Absentee Ownership (Veblen) 184 , 185
Acheson, Dean 94
action, thought and 225 - 226
Advisory Committees 59 , 93
Afriat, S.N. 134
agriculture 25 , 27 , 38 , 267 - 268
Alchon, G. 59 , 60 , 61 , 64 , 65
Allen, R.L. 140
Alvin Corporation 267
American Academy of Arts and Sciences 131
American Economic Association 10 , 14 , 41 , 132 , 258 - 259 , 270 , 300
American Economic Review135 , 138 , 140 , 261 , 300 , 303 , 308 - 312 , 315 , 318 - 321 , 323
America:
Canadian perspective 21 - 24 ;
economic exceptionalism 1 - 2 , 9 - 15 , 18 - 20 , 22 - 23 ;
institutionalism see
institutional economics;
international
dimension 5 , 295 - 324 ;
specifically American problems 25 - 27
American Journal of Adult Education262
American Scholar, The262
American Statistical Association 34 , 131 , 132 , 133
Analysis of the Phenomenon of the Mind
(Mill) 169
ancient documents 4 , 233 - 254
Anderson, Gary 312
Annals101
anti-establishment movement 13 - 14
anti-trust legislation 25 , 26 , 39
Aristotle 4 , 233 - 234 , 237 - 238 , 250 - 254
Armour, L. 182 - 183
Armstrong, Hamilton Fish 93
Austrian theory 2 - 3 , 99 - 120 , 273
Ayres, C.E. 212

b
Bacon, Mrs George 265
Baconian science 3 , 167 - 169 , 172 , 173
banking sector 26 , 34 , 39 , 40 , 135
Baragar, F. 167
Baran, Paul 267
Barber, W.J. 59 , 62 , 66
Barro, Robert J. 312
Barrow, C. 15
Beard, Charles A. 262 , 265 , 266
Becker, Gary 312
Bellamy, Edward 4
Bender, Thomas 23
Bennet, T.L. 129
Bentham, Jeremy 169 - 170
Berkeley, George 172 , 176 , 177
Berle, A.A. 63
Biddle,Jeff 216
Bishop, R. 313
Blaug, M. 22
Boas, Franz 266
Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen 100 - 104 , 106 - 109 , 113148 , 150 , 179 , 308
Bonar, James 101
Booms and Depressions (Fisher) 34
Boorstin, Daniel 12 , 13
Bortkiewicz, Ladislaus von 135
bounded rationality 20
Bowler, P. 191
Bowley, A.L. 3 , 135 , 136 - 137 , 141
Bowman, Isaiah 93
Brandeis, Justice Louis 269
Bretton Wood system 41 , 93 , 95 , 311
British Association for the Advancement
of Science 135
Broeke, James Ten 182

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