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Nicholas Kaldor And The Real World

Author : Marjorie Shepherd Turner
ISBN : 9781315485515
Genre : Business & Economics
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First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.

Distinguished Women Economists

Author : James Cicarelli
ISBN : 0313303312
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Prsents alphabetically arranged entries on 51 historical and contemporary women economists, with information on their contributions and a bibliography of works by and about the person discussed.

Economic Thinkers A Biographical Encyclopedia

Author : David A. Dieterle Ph.D.
ISBN : 9780313397479
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Who are the individuals whose novel ideas, writings, and philosophies have influenced economics throughout history—and in doing so, have helped change the world? This encyclopedia provides a readable study of economics by examining the great economists themselves.

Nicholas Kaldor

Author : J. King
ISBN : 9780230228306
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores the life and work of Nicholas Kaldor, examining the influences that shaped and inspired his writings, and looks in detail at the crucial part he played in twentieth-century economics. Offering a comprehensive intellectual portrait of Kaldor, this book explains this great economist's importance in his own time and in ours.

Economics The Definitive Encyclopedia From Theory To Practice 4 Volumes

Author : David A. Dieterle
ISBN : 9780313397080
Genre : Business & Economics
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A comprehensive four-volume resource that explains more than 800 topics within the foundations of economics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and global economics, all presented in an easy-to-read format. • Provides readers with a comprehensive one-stop reference source on the subject of economics that serves as an easy-to-read "textbook" • Presents more than 800 entries in four books that address economics foundations, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and global economics as well as a glossary and a documents section • Spotlights the concepts, movements, events, people, organizations, places, and objects relevant to the study of economics at the macro, micro, and global levels • Includes excerpts from key court and legislative documents that influenced the U.S. economy

Economists In Cambridge

Author : Maria Cristina Marcuzzo
ISBN : 9781134297887
Genre : Business & Economics
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The University of Cambridge has produced more Nobel Prize-winning economists than the whole of France. This impressive book collects together largely unpublished correspondence from some of the twentieth century's key figures including Keynes, Robinson, Hayek and Sraffa.

Unity And Diversity In Development Ideas

Author : Yves Berthelot
ISBN : 0253110890
Genre : Political Science
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This second volume from the United Nations Intellectual History Project surveys the history of the UN's regional commissions and the ideas they have developed over the last 40 years. Each essay is devoted to one of the five regional commissions -- Europe, Asia and the Far East, Latin America, Africa, and Western Asia -- and how it has approached its mission of assessing the condition of regional economies and making prognoses about future conditions. The essays describe how each commission has added local perspectives to global debates over economic development and brought an authentic regional voice to the UN. Contributors are Adebayo Adedeji, Yves Berthelot, Leelananda de Silva, Blandine Destremau, Paul Rayment, and Gert Rosenthal.

Further Essays On Economic Theory

Author : Nicholas Kaldor
ISBN : UOM:39015008170162
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Struggle Over The Soul Of Economics

Author : Yuval P. Yonay
ISBN : 1400822521
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides a surprising answer to two puzzling questions that relate to the very "soul" of the professional study of economics in the late twentieth century. How did the discipline of economics come to be dominated by an approach that is heavily dependent on mathematically derived models? And what happened to other approaches to the discipline that were considered to be scientifically viable less than fifty years ago? Between the two world wars there were two well-accepted schools of thought in economics: the "neoclassical," which emerged in the last third of the nineteenth century, and the "institutionalist," which started with the works of Veblen and Commons at the end of the same century. Although the contributions of the institutionalists are nearly forgotten now, Yuval Yonay shows that their legacy lingers in the study and practice of economics today. By reconsidering their impact and by analyzing the conflicts that arose between neoclassicists and institutionalists, Yonay brings to life a hidden chapter in the history of economics. The author is a sociologist of science who brings a unique perspective to economic history. By utilizing the actor-network approach of Bruno Latour and Michel Callon, he arrives at a deeper understanding of the nature of the changes that took place in the practice of economics. His analysis also illuminates a broader set of issues concerning the nature of scientific practice and the forces behind changes in scientific knowledge.

Causes Of Growth And Stagnation In The World Economy

Author : Nicholas Kaldor
ISBN : 0521039851
Genre : Business & Economics
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These lectures contain a masterful summing up of Nicholas Kaldor's critique of the foundations of mainstream economic theory. They provide a very clear account of his theoretical structures on regional differences, primary producers and manufacturers, and on differing market structures and the likely course of prices and quantities in different markets over time. The first four lectures are concerned with theory, history and explanation; the fifth consists of a detailed set of integrated policy proposals.

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