Development of Economic Analysis

Development of Economic Analysis

by Ingrid H. Rima

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ISBN-13: 9781134764228
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/04/2003
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 624
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Ingrid Rima is Professor of Economics at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA.

Table of Contents

Part I: Preclassical Economics - An Overview of Preclassical Economics; 1 Early Masterworks as Sources of Economic Thought; 2. The Origins of Analytic Economics; 3. The Transition to Classical Economics; Part II: Classical Economics - An Overview of Classical Economics; 4. Physiocracy: The Beginning of Analytical Economics; 5. Adam Smith: From Moral Philosophy to Political Economy; 6. Thomas Malthus and J.B. Say: The Political Economy of Population Behavior and Aggregate Demand; 7. David Ricardo: Economic Analysis of the Distributive Shares; 8. Nasau Senior and John Stuart Mill: Classicism Comes of Age; 9. Classical Theory in Review; Part III: The Critics of Classicism - An Overview of Dissent/The German Historical School/The Socialist Critique/Marginalism as an Alternative to Classicism; 10 Marx: An Inquiry into the ALaw of Motion@ of the Capitalist System; 11. Forerunners of Marginalism; 12. First-Generation Marginalists: Jevons, Walras, and Menger; 13. Second-Generation Marginalists; Part IV: The Neoclassical Tradition, 1890-1945; 14. Alfred Marshall and the Neoclassical Tradition; 15. The New Theory of Welfare and Consumer Behavior; 16. Chamberlin, Robinson, and Other Price Theorists; 17. Neoclassical Monetary and Business-Cycle Theorists; Part V: The Dissent from Neoclassicism, 1890-1945; 18. The Dissent of American Institutionalists; 19. Socialism without Marxism; 20. The Less-than-Full-Employment Economics of J.M. Keynes; Part VI: Beyond High Theory; 21. The Emergence of Econometrics as a Sister-Discipline of Economics; 22. Keynesians, Neo-Walrasians, and Monetarists; 23. The Chicago Tradition; 24. Some Modern Controversies

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