The essays in this volume present a comprehensive view of modern economics. They range from technical papers on a specific issue, such as that devoted to a critique of Kaldor's model of income distribution, through evaluation of a wide-ranging literature, with special emphasis on the Cambridge controversies in the theory of capital.
• Intellectual portraits of Eric Russell, Joan Robinson and Lorie Tarshis are also included.
• The concluding essay 'The Social Science Imperialists' gives an overview of the issues and trends that have dominated economics in recent years.
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