The Meaning of the Term and its Scope
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Fritz Machlup: New York University
Chapter 2 in A History of Thought on Economic Integration, 1977, pp 13-35 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Now that we know, or believe we know, the history of the term and its new meaning, we must admit that this meaning is by no means clear. Let me quote a footnote from a historian’s work published in 1955.
Keywords: Public Good; Monetary Policy; Economic Integration; Trade Credit; Private Good (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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