Research In The History Of Economic Thought And Methodology Volume 25-A

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Volume 25-A has two parts. The first contains journal-like articles that have been refereed in the usual journal peer-review processes. The second contains lengthy commissioned review essays on books within the purview of the interests of the annual. Volumes 25-B and C publish archival materials. These materials are for the most part sets of notes from courses at the University of Wisconsin on micro and macro-monetary theory dating from 1954-5; from courses at the University of Chicago during 1947 on the politics of agriculture and 1963-1964 on industrial organization, the theory of the firm and on corporate finance ; and from courses at Northwestern University during 1966-1967 on economic theory and on monetary institutions and policies; a faculty seminar at Michigan State University in 1974 on myth, theology and society; a course in U.S. constitutional history at the University of Miami in 1953; and a series of journal entries from courses in institutional and behavioral economics at Michigan State University. Included are notes from two courses given by Nobel laureates, George Stigler and Merton Miller.

*The series presents review essays, multiple reviews and mini symposia on new-works in this field
*Volumes are broad in scope
*The series fills a substantial gap in this field

The collection includes refereed articles on a variety of subjects in the history of economic thought: Adam Smith, J.M. Clark and F.H. Knight, F.H. Knight and M.A. Copeland, S. Bulgakov, and interwar monetary and business cycle theory.

Review essays on new publications cover such areas as methodology, Veblen, economics and religion, Hayek, economic philosophy and ideology, J.S. Mill, and evolution theory

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An 1880 list of references in economics (W.J. Samuels)
Charles Henry Hull's syllabus of lectures on the history of economic theories, Cornell university, 1895 (W.J. Samuels)
Walton H. Hamilton's outlines for the principles of economics, University of Michigan, 1911 (W.J. Samuels)
Lectures by James S. Earley on the development of economics, University of Wisconsin, 1954-1955 (W.J. Samuels)
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