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Wassily Leontief

Critical Assessments of Leading Economists

Edited by Michael McLure, John Cunningham Wood

Introduction by Michael McLure, John Cunningham Wood

Routledge – 2002 – 1,314 pages

Series: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists

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    978-0-415-07497-1
    November 21st 2001

Description

Like all great intellectual pioneers, Wassily Leontief has inspired a new generation of researchers. This collection contains key articles that critically assess Leontief's contribution to economics, as well as a number of articles that build on his economic theories.

The set is designed to enable historians of economic thought to discern Leontief's specific contribution to the discipline, without losing sight of the interdependence between the various aspects of his work. To facilitate this, articles have been reproduced on a thematic basis.

Articles have been selected by their importance for historians of economic thought, contemporary economists and policy makers, providing a comprehensive overview of the English language assessment of Leontief's legacy to economic science.

Contents

Volume One

Part I: General Overviews

Part II: Construction of Demand and Supply Curves

Part III: Input-Output: General

Volume Two

Part IV: Input-Output: Quesnay, Walras and Leontief

Part V: Input-Output: Leontief and Sraffa

Part VI: Input-Output: Stability and Dynamics

Volume Three

Part VII: Input-Output: Production, Substitution and Equilibrium Prices

Part VIII: Input-Output: Pollution and Ecology

Part IX: Input-Output: Growth

Part X: The Leontief Paradox

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Description: Edited by Michael McLure, John Cunningham WoodIntroduction by Michael McLure, John Cunningham Wood. Like all great intellectual pioneers, Wassily Leontief has inspired a new generation of researchers. This collection contains key articles that critically assess Leontief's contribution to economics, as well as a number of articles that build on...
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