The Making of the Institutional Theory of Social Costs: Discovering the K. W. Kapp and J. M. Clark Correspondence

@article{Berger2013TheMO,
  title={The Making of the Institutional Theory of Social Costs: Discovering the K. W. Kapp and J. M. Clark Correspondence},
  author={Sebastian Berger},
  journal={The American Journal of Economics and Sociology},
  year={2013},
  volume={72},
  pages={1106-1130}
}
  • Sebastian Berger
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • The American Journal of Economics and Sociology
This article reconstructs the making of the often "overlooked" institutional theory of social costs based on the unexploited correspondence between John Maurice Clark and Karl William Kapp. The reconstruction demonstrates that the institutional argument on social costs was developed as a critique of neoclassical economics and of post-WWII neoliberalism. © 2013 American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Inc. 
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