A history of economic thought; social ideals and economic theories from Quesnay to Keynes.


New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960.

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Other Title Economic thought
Subjects Economia (Teoria)
Economia Geral.
Economics -- History.
Economics.
Economie politique, Histoire.
EĢconomie politique -- Histoire.
Historia Do Pensamento Economico.
Series Economics handbooks.
Description 524 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The eighteenth century : Locke and Newton, the natural order, and the physiocrats -- Adam Smith's forerunners in moral philosophy -- Adam Smith's philosophy of science and theory of social psychology and ethics -- Adam Smith's ideal and theory of the self-adjusting liberal economy -- Benthamism -- Malthus : population growth and poverty, and classical economics -- Ricardo : introductory -- Ricardo : the Ricardian theory of exchange values, income shares, and economic growth, and the under-consumption heresy -- John Stuart Mill : philosophy, ethics, politics, and logic -- John Stuart Mill : economics and political economy -- Karl Marx and his intellectual system, its socialist, Hegelian, and Ricardian elements -- Victorian conservative liberalism and neo-classical economics -- Marshallian economics -- From the last heyday of the classical liberalism to the mid-twentieth-century world's ideologies, regimes, and conflicts : communism and fascism -- The mid-twentieth-century world's ideologies, regimes, and conflicts : democratic socialism and interventionist liberalism -- Recent developments of new economic theories relevant to problems of public policy : a new analysis of competition and monopoly -- Recent developments of new economic theories relevant to problems of public policy : Keynesian economics.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)166911
(OCoLC)ocm00166911
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WorldCat Identities Taylor, Overton H.
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