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History and Political Economy

Essays in Honour of P.D. Groenewegan

Edited by Tony Aspromourgos, John Lodewijks

Routledge – 2004 – 328 pages

Series: Routledge Studies in the History of Economics

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Description

Impressive and authoritative, this essential book brings together a collection of essays in honour of Peter Groenewegen, one of the most distinguished historians of economic thought of a generation. His work on a wide range of economic theorists such as Adam Smith, François Quesnay and Alfred Marshall approaches a level of near insuperability.

Contents

1. Economic Value and Moral Value in Aristotle 2. Adam Smith's Socio-Economic Man - and the Macrofoundations of Microeconomics 3. On Say's Law 4. Thomas Tooke's Legacy to Monetary Economics 5. William Thomas Thornton and John Stuart Mill: A Victorain Friendship 6. A Grin Without a Cat: W.S. Jevons' Elusive Equilibrium 7. Henry George on Property Rights in Land and Land Value: Equal and Private, or Common and Public? 8. Groenewegan's Marshall 9. New Orientations in Marshallian Studies 10. Marshall on India 11. Alfred Marshall and Grand Social Reform 12. History and Theory in Marshall 13. Keynes as a Writer: Three Case Studies 14. 'The Functionless Investor': Keynes's Euthanasia of the Rentier Revisited 15. Some Reflections on Keynes, Policy and the Second World War 16. HOPE in the Antipodes

Name: History and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of P.D. Groenewegan (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Tony Aspromourgos, John Lodewijks. Impressive and authoritative, this essential book brings together a collection of essays in honour of Peter Groenewegen, one of the most distinguished historians of economic thought of a generation. His work on a wide range of economic theorists such as...
Categories: Economic Theory & Philosophy, Political Economy, History of Economic Thought