Documents From And On Economic Thought

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Included are Notes taken by Henry R. Seager in 1890; Robert Hoxie's Introductory Lecture on the nature of the history of political economy (1916) coupled with an internet discussion on the history of economic thought as the history of error (2005); two law school student papers on John R. Commons' work on law and economics (1926); Edwin R. A. Seligman's Autobiography (1929); Glenn Johnson's notes on Frank H. Knight's University of Chicago course on economic theory (1947) and documents pertaining to Johnson's Michigan State University course on methodology (1947); and the the conclusion of notes from Edwin E. Witte's University of Wisconsin course on government and labor (1955).
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Notes taken by Henry Rogers Seager, 1890 3
Robert Hoxie's introductory lecture on the nature of the history of political economy [1916] : the history of economic thought as the history of error 49
Charles Herman Kinnane, "The correlation of law and economics," 1926 101
Joseph F. Francis, "Law and economics" 127
Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman, Autobiography (1929) 149
Documents from Glenn Johnson, centering on his course on methodology, Agricultural Economics 972, Michigan State University, 1975-1976 191
Glenn Johnson's notes on Frank H. Knight's course on economic theory, Economics 301, University of Chicago, Summer 1947 233
Notes from Edwin E. Witte's course on government and labor, Economics 249, Fall 1955 : conclusion : notes taken by Warren J. Samuels 273
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