Main currents in modern economics; economic thought since 1870.


[New York] Free Press of Glencoe [1962] .

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Subjects Economics.
Economistas.
Economists.
Économie politique.
Économistes.
Description xiv, 887 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 793-871).
Contents The revolt against formalism. Protest from the historicists -- The socialist attack -- Institutionalism and the dissenting spirit -- The reaffirmation of tradition. From marginalism to libertarianism -- Equilibrium economics and the unification of theory -- Streams of tradition in Britain -- The thrust toward technique. The Swedish contribution -- The American dichotomy -- From realism to technique.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)167225
(OCoLC)ocm00167225
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WorldCat Identities Seligman, Ben B.
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