Essays in the History of Economics
Routledge – 2004 – 368 pages
Under the impressive editorship of Warren Samuels et al, this book addresses the state of the history of economic thought today. An important contribution to the study of the history of economics, this eagerly-awaited book will develop an unsurprisingly large following.
1. The Etiology of Adam Smith's Division of Labour: Alternative Accounts and Smith's Methodology Applied to them. Appendix: How Does Smith Achieve a Synthesis in Writing?: Evidence from his Analysis of the Propensity to Truck, Barter and Exchange 2. Should History-of-Economic-Thought Textbooks Cover 'Recent' Economic Thought? 3. What the Authors of History-of-Economic-Thought Textbooks Have to Say about the History of Economic Thought 4.Thorstein Veblen as Economic Theorist