History of Economic Analysis

@inproceedings{Schumpeter1954HistoryOE,
  title={History of Economic Analysis},
  author={Joseph Alois Schumpeter},
  year={1954}
}
Part I: Introduction: Scope and Method Introduction and plan. Interlude I: The techniques of economic analysis. Interlude II: Contemporaneous developments in other sciences. The sociology of economics. Part II: From the Beginnings to the First Classical Situation (to about 1790) Graeco-Roman economics. The scholastic doctors and the philosophers of natural law. The consultant administrators and the pamphleteers. The econometricians and Turgot. Population, returns, wages, and employment. Value… 
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