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The New economic history; recent papers on methodology, edited by Ralph L. Andreano.


New York, Wiley [1970] .
ISBN 0471029025, , 0471029035, 0471029033, 9780471029021, 9780471029038

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Other Title Explorations in entrepreneurial history.
Subjects Economics -- History.
Economics.
Économie politique -- Histoire.
Économie politique -- Méthodologie.
Methode.
New Economic History.
Wirtschaftsgeschichte (Fach)
Series Wiley series in American economic history.
Description xiv, 178 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Collection of essays which first appeared in various issues of Explorations in entrepreneurial history, 2d series.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The new history, by G.G.S. Murphy.--The role of the economic historian in predictive testing of proffered economic laws, by R.L. Basmann.--Fact and theory in economic history, by J.R.T. Hughes.--"And it will never be literature": the new economic history, a critique, by L.E. Davis.--Potentialities and pitfalls in economic history, by F. Redlich.--Comment on Davis and Redlich papers, by G. Green.--Econometrics and Southern history, by A.H. Conrad.--Comments on Conrad paper, by R.W. Fogel, S. Bruchey, and A.D. Chandler, Jr.--The new economic history, an econometric appraisal, by G.N. von Tunzelmann.--Bibliography (pages 177-178).
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)70942
(OCoLC)ocm00070942
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Andreano, Ralph L., 1929-
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