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The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics
     

The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics

by Heinz D. Kurz, Neri Salvadori, R. Arena, P. Groenewegen, G. Harcourt
 

ISBN-10: 1858982820

ISBN-13: 9781858982823

Pub. Date: 01/01/1998

Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781858982823
Publisher:
Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
01/01/1998
Series:
Elgar Original Reference Series
Pages:
1056
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 2.50(d)

Table of Contents

Volume I
List of contributors to this volume and their entriesviii
Introductionxiii
Absolute Value and the Invariable Measure of Value1
Abstract Labour and Money6
Accumulation of Capital10
Autarky versus Trade18
Babbage, Charles24
Basics, Non-basics28
Bentham, Jeremy31
Bohm-Bawerk, Eugen von, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists35
Boisguilbert, Pierre Le Pesant de40
Bortkiewicz, Ladislaus von46
Bullionist Debate50
Cambridge Controversy on the Theory of Capital57
Cannan, Edwin, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists65
Cantillon, Richard70
Capital74
Capital, Controversies in the Theory of83
Chaotic Models92
Charasoff, Georg von96
Choice of Technique100
Circular Flow106
Classical Economics and Marginalism117
Classical Economics in France122
Classical Economics in German-speaking Countries128
Classical Economics in Italy136
Classical Economics in Japan143
Classical Economics in Russia149
Classical Economics in Spain and Portugal154
Classical Political Economy159
Commodity165
Comparative Advantage170
Competition174
Condillac, Etienne Bonnot, L'Abbe de179
Condorcet, Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas Caritat de184
Consumption188
Corn Model194
Cost Minimization197
Cumulative Causation202
Decreasing Returns209
Development213
Division of Labour217
Dmitriev, Vladimir Karpovich222
Dobb, Maurice Herbert, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists227
Dynamics230
Early Mathematical Formulations in English-speaking Countries235
Effective Demand241
Effectual Demand243
Employment248
Environment253
Equilibrium259
Existence of Equilibria in Linear Models of Growth263
Expanded Reproduction268
Exploitation274
Extensive and Intensive Rent279
Externalities284
Falling Rate of Profit292
Fixed and Circulating Capital: Analytical Aspects296
Fixed and Circulating Capital: Historical Aspects303
Foreign Trade308
Free Disposal and the 'Rule of Free Goods'313
Galiani, Ferdinando317
General Glut Controversy320
Given Quantities325
Global North-South Models329
Gold Standard334
Goodwin Models338
Government Expenditure and Economic Destabilization344
Gravitation351
Growth356
Hicks, John Richard, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists365
Hollander, Jacob Harry, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists372
Homo Oeconomicus377
Hume, David381
Hutcheson, Francis386
Income390
Income Distribution394
Increasing Returns399
Individualism405
Innovation410
Input-Output Analysis415
Institutions419
Interest and Profit425
Investment430
Invisible Hand436
Joint Production443
Keynes, John Maynard, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists449
Name index453
Volume 2
List of contributors to this volume and their entriesviii
Labour1
Labour Commanded and Labour Embodied4
Labour Process8
Labour Theory of Value12
Laissez-faire22
Land27
Law, John37
Leontief, Wassily40
Limiting and Regulating Principles45
Locke, John50
Long Period55
Machinery62
Machines65
Malthus, Thomas Robert69
Markets74
Marshall, Alfred, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists79
Marx, Karl84
Marx, Karl, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists90
Mathematical Formulations of Marxian Economics96
Mathematical Formulations of Richardian Economics103
McCulloch, John Ramsay112
Meek, Ronald Lindley, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists116
Mercantilism120
Mill, James125
Mill, John Stuart131
Money and Banking136
Monopoly141
Natural and Market Price146
Natural Resources149
Nature156
Necessaries, Conveniencies and Luxuries162
Necessary Price166
Neumann, John von177
Non-substitution Theorems183
Normative and Positive Classical Economics188
Petty, William195
Physiocracy199
Political Economy and Economics203
Production210
Productive and Unproductive Labour214
Profits219
Public Debt225
Public Goods229
Quantities and Prices236
Quantity Theory of Money239
Quesnay, Francois, and the Tableau Economique248
Rationality256
Real Value259
Recent Controversies in Marxian Value Theory263
Recent Interpretations of Adam Smith270
Recent Interpretations of David Ricardo275
Reduction to Dated Quantities of Labour283
Rent289
Reproduction293
Reswitching and Reverse Capital Deepening298
Ricardian Socialists308
Ricardo, David314
Robinson, Joan, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists: Mrs Robinson and the Classics324
Samuelson, Paul Anthony, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists329
Saving334
Say, Jean-Baptiste335
Say's Law340
Schumpeter and the Classical Economists345
Schumpeter, Joseph Alois, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists350
Sectoral Analysis of Production in Adam Smith353
Sismondi, Jean Charles Leonard Simonde de360
Smith, Adam365
Social Classes371
Society379
Specialization and Trade383
Square and Rectangular Systems388
Sraffa, Piero391
Sraffa, Piero, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists399
Stages Theory of Society405
Standard Commodity410
Stationary State414
Steuart, James418
Structural Change422
Subsistence428
Supply and Demand434
Surplus440
Taxation446
Technique450
Technological Change457
Tooke, Thomas463
Torrens, Robert468
Traverse Analysis474
Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques478
Underconsumption486
Utility488
Value493
Value and Riches498
Value in Use and Value in Exchange502
Vent for Surplus504
Vertical Integration507
Viability512
Wage Differentials516
Wage Fund Doctrine522
Wages528
Wealth535
Wicksell Effects541
Wicksell, Knut, as an Interpreter of the Classical Economists545
Name index553

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