Emergence and content of modern economic analysis.


New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960.

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Other Title Modern economic analysis
Subjects Economics -- Study and teaching.
Economics.
Economische analyse.
Économie politique -- États-Unis.
Économie politique.
Volkswirtschaftslehre.
Description 459 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Contents part 1. Primarily deductive analysis : illustrations from ancient, medieval, and modern economic thought -- The inductive element -- Mercantilist contributions -- The physiocrat system and Turgot.
part 2. General comments on the classical school -- Classical wages fund, population, and diminishing returns -- Classical rent theory and its extensions -- Say's Law and the question of full employment -- Economic development -- Classical value theory -- Classical free trade -- Marxian socialism.
part 3. Neoclassical and contemporary economics and contemporary economics : introductory observations -- Basic propositions in the theory of rational consumer choice -- Indifference curves and the measurability problem -- Pricing of the firm's output -- Market structures -- Removal of some simplifying assumptions -- The pricing of factors of production (functional income distribution) -- Derivation of cost curves and elementary programming problems involving linearity assumptions.
part 4. Macro- and micro-economics, statics, and dynamics -- The determination of output on non-Sayian assumptions -- Working the public sector into the savings-investment framework -- Explicit introductions of dynamic factors -- Cyclical disturbances -- Hints from condensed narratives of expansions and major downturns.
part 5. Introduction to the policy-oriented chapters -- Competition and monopoly as problems of policy -- Full-employment policies and inflationary pressures -- Redistributive policies -- Issues of international economic policy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)339684
(OCoLC)ocm00339684
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WorldCat Identities Fellner, William, 1905-1983.
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