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Types of economic theory; from mercantilism to institutionalism. Edited with an introduction by Joseph Dorfman.


New York, A.M. Kelley, 1967-69.
ISBN , 0678002347

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Subjects Economics -- History.
Economics.
EĢconomie politique -- Histoire.
Series Reprints of economic classics.
Description 2 volumes 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1967-69.
Notes Published in 1949 under title: Lecture notes on types of economic theory.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents On the study of the economic classics -- Adam Smith and how political economy came to be systematized in England -- Jeremy Bentham and the utilitarian creed -- Thomas Robert Malthus and the empirical trend -- David Ricardo and the making of classical political economy -- The new social sciences at work: The philosophical radicals -- Political economy in the days of its triumph -- John Stuart Mill and the humanization of classical economics.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)167220
(OCoLC)ocm00167220
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WorldCat Identities Mitchell, Wesley C. 1874-1948.
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