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The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall
The Companion places Alfred Marshall’s ideas in their historical context, highlighting the many streams of social research originating from them. The contributors form a remarkable cast of leadingExpand
Kahn's Theory of Liquidity Preference and Monetary Policy
The gist of Richard Kahn's theory of liquidity preference lies in a study of how the assortment of expectations and types of uncertainty present at any given moment in the financial markets affectsExpand
Alfred Marshall’s Partial Equilibrium: Dynamics in Disguise
The quotation points to a pattern that occurs frequently in Marshall’s illustrations of economic reasoning throughout the Principles, as well as in other works of his. In this chapter we seek toExpand
Alfred Marshall on Speculation
Utilitarianism without Utility: A Missed Opportunity in Alfred Marshall's Theory of Market Choice
This article argues that Marshall's theory of market choice was originally elaborated within the classic framework of the use value/exchangeable value dichotomy, with reference to a version ofExpand
The Intellectual Foundations of Alfred Marshall's Economic Science: A Rounded Globe of Knowledge
Simon J. Cook, The Intellectual Foundations of Alfred Marshall's Economic Science: A Rounded Globe of Knowledge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xviii + 332pp. £ 55.00 (US$90.00). ISBN:...
Marshall on welfare, or: the ‘utilitarian’ meets the ‘evolver’
Abstract Consumer surplus and the notion of the social optimality of competitive equilibria are usually indicated as Marshall's main contributions to welfare economics. His willingness to develop theExpand
Enrico Barone (1859–1924)
“New Liberalism” the Italian way: 1918–1947
  • M. Dardi
  • Political Science
  • 3 September 2018
As an established historical category, “New Liberalism” (NL) is typically British. Here, I am using the term analogically to characterize an epoch in Italian history in which classical economicExpand