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A Concise History of Economic Thought

Gianni Vaggi and Peter Groenewegen
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Gianni Vaggi: University of Pavia
Peter Groenewegen: University of Sydney

in Palgrave Macmillan Books from Palgrave Macmillan

Date: 2003
ISBN: 978-0-230-50580-3
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Chapters in this book:

Introduction: from Mercantilism to Marx
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Thomas Mun, 1571–1641: from Bullion to Foreign Trade
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Dudley North, 1641–91 and John Locke, 1632–1704: Early Critical Reactions to Mercantilism
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Sir William Petty, 1623–87: Division of Labour and Surplus
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Pierre le Pesant Sieur de Boisguilbert, 1646–1714: France at the turn of the century
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Richard Cantillon, 1697–1734: the Entrepreneur in Agriculture and Trade
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François Quesnay, 1694–1774: Reproduction and Capital
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David Hume, 1711–76 and the Scottish Enlightenment
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Ferdinando Galiani, 1728–87 and Sir James Steuart, 1713–80: Real Value and Corn Trade
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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, 1727–81: Investments and Returns
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Adam Smith 1723–90: National Wealth and the Productivity of Labour
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Jean-Baptiste Say, 1767–1832 and Jean-Charles Simonde de Sismondi, 1773–1842: Value, Revenues and Crises
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Thomas Robert Malthus, 1766–1834: Population and Effectual Demand
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David Ricardo, 1772–1823: the Rate of Profit
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Torrens, Senior and the Aftermath of Ricardo
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Karl Marx, 1818–83: the Critique of Political Economy
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Introduction: the Coming of Marginalism and Macro-economics
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John Stuart Mill, 1806–73: a Figure of Transition
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William Stanley Jevons, 1835–82: Utilitarianism and Economics
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Carl Menger, 1840–1921: the Importance of Marginal Utility and the Economics of Scarcity
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Léon Walras, 1834–1910: the Notion of General Equilibrium
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Alfred Marshall, 1842–1924: Partial Equilibrium and Useful Economics
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J.B. Clark and P.H. Wicksteed: the Development of Marginal Productivity Theory
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Von Wieser and Böhm-Bawerk: Austrian Versions of Capital and Distribution Theory
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Knut Wicksell, 1851–1926: Interest and Prices
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Irving Fisher, 1867–1947: Appreciation and Interest
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Joseph Alois Schumpeter, 1883–1950: Economic Development
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Pigou, Clapham and Sraffa: Wealth, Welfare and Cost Controversies
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Joan Robinson, 1903–83 and Edward Chamberlin, 1899–1967: Theory of the Firm
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Vilfredo Pareto, 1848–1923 and Lionel Robbins, 1898–1984: Critique and Decline of Utility theory
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John Maynard Keynes, 1883–1946: a New General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
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Michal Kalecki, 1898–1970: a New Macro-economics
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R.F. Harrod, 1900–78 and E.D. Domar, 1914–99: Cycles and Growth
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Milton Friedman (1912–): Monetarism and its Critics
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Epilogue
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