A History of Economic Thought: The LSE Lectures

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A History of Economic Thought

THE LSE LECTURES

LIONEL ROBBINS

EDITED BY STEVEN G. MEDEMA AND WARREN J. SAMUELS

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS
PRINCETON AND OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • A History of Economic Thought - The Lse Lectures *
  • Contents *
  • List of Figures xi
  • Foreword - William J. Baumol, New York University xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Notes xxvii
  • A Robbins Lectures *
  • A - Anticipations 3
  • Lecture 1 - Introduction—plato 5
  • Note *
  • Lecture 2 - Plato and Aristotle 16
  • Lecture 3 - Aquinas and the Scholastics 26
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 4 - Pamphleteers—money (oresme, Bodin, “w.S.”) 35
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 5 - Pamphleteers—mercantilism (malynes, Misselden, Mun) 46
  • Note *
  • Lecture 6 - Sir William Petty 55
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 7 - Child and Locke (interest) 66
  • Note *
  • B - Emergence of Systems 75
  • Lecture 8 - Cantillon 77
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 9 - Cantillon (cont.)—physiocracy 86
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 10 - Physiocrats—turgot 95
  • Note *
  • Lecture 11 - Locke and Hume on Property—hume on Money 104
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 12 - Hume on Interest and Trade—precursors of Adam Smith 114
  • Note *
  • Lecture 13 - General Survey of Smith's Intentions— the Wealth of Nations: Analytical (i) 125
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 14 - The Wealth of Nations: Analytical (ii) 133
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  • Lecture 15 - The Wealth of Nations: Analytical (iii)—policy I 143
  • Note *
  • Lecture 16 - The Wealth of Nations: Policy II 153
  • Note *
  • C - Nineteenth-Century Classicism 165
  • Lecture 17 - General Review—malthus on Population 167
  • Note *
  • Lecture 18 - Value and Distribution: Historical Origin—analytical (i) 176
  • Note *
  • Lecture 19 - Value and Distribution: Analytical (ii) 185
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 20 - Value and Distribution: Analytical (iii) 192
  • Note *
  • Lecture 21 - Overall Equilibrium 201
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 22 - International Trade 210
  • Note 218
  • Lecture 23 - John Stuart Mill 219
  • Notes *
  • D - Other Mid-Nineteenth-Century Thought 229
  • Lecture 24 - Mill (cont.)—saint-Simon and Marx 231
  • Note *
  • Lecture 25 - Marx (cont.)—list and the Historical School 238
  • Notes *
  • E - Beginnings of Modern Analysis 247
  • Lecture 26 - The Historical School (cont.)—precursors of Change: Cournot, Von Thünen, and Rae 249
  • Lecture 27 - The Marginal Revolution (i): Jevons 258
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 28 - The Marginal Revolution (ii): Jevons and Menger 268
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 29 - The Marginal Revolution (iii): Costs (wieser)—the Pricing of Factor Services (wieser, Clark, Wicksteed) 277
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 30 - Capital Theory: Böhm-Bawerk and Fisher 285
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 31 - Walras—pareto 295
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 32 - Marshall 303
  • Notes *
  • Lecture 33 - Money: Fisher, Marshall, Wicksell 312
  • Note *
  • Afterword - The Further Evolution of the Subject 321
  • Bibliography *
  • Appendix A - Robbins′ Reading List History of Economic Thought Lectures by Lord Robbins 337
  • Notes *
  • Appendix B - Robbins′ Writings in the History of Economic Thought 347
  • References 353
  • Index 371
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