Classics and Moderns in Economics: Essays on Nineteenth-And Twentieth-Century Economic Thought - Vol. 2

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Classics and Moderns in Economics: Essays on Nineteenth-And Twentieth-Century Economic Thought - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part II (Continued) - Nineteenth-Century Moderns 13
  • 17 - Adam Smith and Alfred Marshall 15
  • Note 28
  • 18 - Marshall on Ricardo 29
  • 19 - Alfred Marshall and the History of Economic Thought 50
  • Notes 66
  • 20 - Alfred Marshall and Herbert Somerton Foxwell 72
  • 21 - Marshall's Correspondence 1868-1924 86
  • 22 - Maffeo Pantaleoni 93
  • Notes 111
  • References 113
  • 23 - A Neglected Daughter of Adam Smith 116
  • Notes 137
  • References 138
  • Part III - Twentieth-Century Moderns 141
  • 24 - John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) 143
  • 25 - Keynes and Marshall 163
  • 26 - Marshall Biography After Keynes 186
  • References 201
  • 27 - Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883-1950) 203
  • 28 - Joan Robinson 212
  • 29 - Unemployment and Price Stability 216
  • 30 - Jacob Viner and the Historyof Economic Thought 243
  • 31 - The Making of Good Economists 262
  • Notes 274
  • References 276
  • 32 - Exemplary Economists of the Twentieth Century 278
  • Note 296
  • Index 297
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