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The Economics of Thomas Robert Malthus
Samuel Hollander provides the first in-depth study of Malthus's achievement as an economist. Malthus's message has been largely misrepresented by decades of careless and biased interpretation. InExpand
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Sraffa and the Theory of Prices
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The economics of John Stuart Mill
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Adam Smith and the Self-Interest Axiom
  • S. Hollander
  • Economics
  • The Journal of Law and Economics
  • 1 April 1977
JOHN Rae, in 1834, objected to The Wealth of Nations on the grounds that it constituted a totally unscientific work. Smithian procedure, as he saw it, was nonexperimentalfor Smith failed to justifyExpand
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Mr. Ricardo and the Moderns
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Jean-Baptiste Say and the Classical Canon in Economics: The British Connection in French Classicism
This book explores the perceived paradigmatic conflict within British classical economics between the so called 'Ricardo School' and the contemporary French Economics of Jean-Baptiste Say. SamuelExpand
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Economics of J S Mill
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The Economics of Karl Marx: Analysis and Application
Part I. Capital: Principal Features of the Marxian 'Canon': 1. Value and distribution 2. Elements of growth theory 3. Economic growth and the falling real-wage trend 4. Economic growth and theExpand
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