Measurement, Quantification, and Economic Analysis: Numeracy in Economics

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Index

a
Abdul-Ezz, M. 276
Airy, G. B. 147
Aldrich, J. 140 , 152 , 210
Allais, M. 266 , 267
American Association for the Advancement of Science 199
American Statistical Association 194
Anscombe, G. E. M. 321 , 327
Appleby, L. 269
Archibald, T. 408
Aristotle 319 , 320 , 322
Arnon, A. 28
Arrow, K. J. 64 , 80 , 81 , 83 , 250 , 251 , 257 , 258 , 290 , 302 , 398 -9, 400 , 403 , 419 , 424 , 429 , 430 , 437 , 440 , 445 , 450
Arrow-Debreu model 16 , 418 , 427 -8
Aspray, W. 409
Auspitz, R. 113
Ayer, A. J. 319 , 323

b
BAAS see British Association for the Advancement of Science
Babbage, C. 34 , 135
Bachelard, G. 410
Bain, J. S. 341 , 357 , 358
Barro, R. J. 252 , 258 , 430
Basmann, R. L. 173 , 174
Bassett, G. W. 242
Bateman, B. W. 242
Battalio, R. 269
Bausor, R. 394 , 404
Bayes, T. 24 , 153 , 200
Becker, G. 279 , 290 , 328
Beckman, M. 223
Begg, D. K. H. 258
Bell, D. 267
Bell, E. T. 209
Bellman, R. 417 , 430 , 439
Benassy, J. P. 394 , 440
Benhabib, J. 430
Beniger, J. 102 , 136
Benini, R. 155 , 205
Bentham, J. 5 , 12 , 65 - 71 , 72 , 73 -4, 79 , 81 , 82 , 83
Bernheim, B. 274
Bernoulli, D. 5 , 106 , 107 , 110 , 125 , 128 , 134
Bernoulli, J. 200
Bertrand, J. 222
Bezout, E. 201
Biddle, J. 361
Bigg, R. J. 185 , 231 , 242
Binmore, K. 269
Birkhoff, G. 450
Blanchard, O. J. 370 , 417 , 429
Blatt, J. M. 446
Blaug, M. 170 , 333 , 335 -7, 343 -5, 347 -52, 354 , 355
Blinder, A. S. 216 , 221 , 257 , 376
Blitz, R. 136
Boehn, E. 196
Boisguilbert, Pierre le Pesant de 26
Boland, L. A. 242
Boltzmann, L. 402
Bonar, J. 203
Booth, C. 205 , 209
Bowley, A. L. 93 , 183
Boyer, C. B. 200 , 209
Boyle, R. 103
Brems, H. 219
Brennan, T. 359
Bresnahan, T. 341
British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS) 4 , 34 , 36 -9, 55 -8, 60 , 76 , 91

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