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Economics Evolving: A History of Economic Thought [Paperback]

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Table of Contents


Preface vii
Chapter 1: A Science and Its History 1
Chapter 2: Before Adam Smith 15
Chapter 3: Adam Smith 32
Chapter 4: The Classical School: Thomas Robert Malthusand David Ricardo 60
Chapter 5: Consolidation and Innovation: John Stuart Mill 89
Chapter 6: Karl Marx as an Economic Theorist 115
Chapter 7: The Forerunners of Marginalism 138
Chapter 8: The Marginalist Revolution I:William Stanley Jevons and Carl Menger 166
Chapter 9: The Marginalist Revolution II: Léon Walras 190
Chapter 10: Alfred Marshall and Partial Equilibrium Theory 213
Chapter 11: Equilibrium and Welfare: Edgeworth,Pareto, and Pigou 238
Chapter 12: Interest and Prices: Knut Wicksell and Irving Fisher 267
Chapter 13: New Perspectives on Markets and Competition 294
Chapter 14: The Great Systems Debate 318
Chapter 15: John Maynard Keynes and the Keynesian Revolution 339
Chapter 16: Frisch, Haavelmo, and the Birth of Econometrics 367
Chapter 17: The Modernization of EconomicTheory in the Postwar Period 391
Chapter 18: Further Developments in the Postwar Period 416
Chapter 19: Long-term Trends and New Perspectives 440
References 467
Index 485

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