The Chicago School on Economic Methodology and Monopolistic Competition

@inproceedings{Dow1963TheCS,
  title={The Chicago School on Economic Methodology and Monopolistic Competition},
  author={Louis A. Dow and Lewis M. Abernathy},
  year={1963}
}
ALTHOUGH IT IS NOT EASY to define precisely what is meant by a "school of thought" in economics, such things do emerge and become familiar by specific titles and designations. Thus the Chicago School of economists is by now rather widely recognized, in terms of both economic policy and economic theory.' Frank H. Knight, Milton Friedman, and George J. Stigler have been assigned the role of the "intellectual leaders" of the School,2 while the late Henry C. Simons has been referred to as its… CONTINUE READING