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Overview

Volume 25-C commences a series of class notes taken at Northwestern and Chicago during the period 1964-1967. The notes from courses at Northwestern are Robert Clower;s course on economic theory,and Frank Fetter's course on monetary institutions and policies. The notes from Chicago include George Stigler's course on industrial organization, Merton Miller's course on corporate finance, and Daniel Orr's course on the theory of the firm. Also included are Warren Samuels notes from James Earley's courses on economic theory and on money, income and price, given at Wisconsin during 1954-1955; and Samuels's notes from a faculty seminar on myth, theology and society given by Robert T. Anderson at Michigan State University in 1974.

*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 three books making up Volume 18 of "Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology" are an illustration of the goals of this series: offering a platform for both original research as well as for selections of hitherto unpublished archival materials on history of economic thought and methodology. In Volume 18-A, the research annual, the Editors Professors Warren J. Samuels and Jeff E. Biddle succeeded in assembling an excellent selection of papers on a broad range of topics. The two archival volumes edited by Warren J. Samuels, contain selections of materials that can be considered elementary to the establishment of American Economics (Volume 18-B) in the late nineteenth century, and Twentieth Century Economics in general (Volume 18-C)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762314249
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/2007
  • Pages: 316
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

MARK LADENSON'S NOTES FROM ROBERT CLOWER'S COURSE ON ECONOMIC THEORY, ECONOMICS D-10-2, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, WINTER 1967
MARK LADENSON'S NOTES FROM FRANK WHITSON FETTER'S COURSE ON MONETARY INSTITUTIONS AND POLICIES, ECONOMICS D-31-0, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, FALL 1966
MARK LADENSON'S NOTES FROM GEORGE J. STIGLER'S COURSE IN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION, BUSINESS 305, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, FALL 1964
MARK LADENSON'S NOTES FROM M.H. MILLER'S COURSE ON CORPORATE FINANCE, BUSINESS 330, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, FALL 1963
WARREN J. SAMUELS' LECTURE NOTES FROM JAMES S. EARLEY'S COURSE ON ECONOMIC THEORY, ECONOMICS 150, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, FALL 1954
LECTURE NOTES FROM JAMES S. EARLEY'S COURSE ON MONEY, INCOME AND PRICE, ECONOMICS 192, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, SPRING 1955
NOTES ON A FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES ON MYTH, THEOLOGY AND SOCIETY, GIVEN BY
ROBERT T. ANDERSON, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, FALL TERM, 1974
NOTES ON A FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES ON MYTH, THEOLOGY AND SOCIETY, GIVEN BY ROBERT T. ANDERSON, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, FALL TERM, 1974
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