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Classics and Moderns in Economics Volume II Essays on Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Economic Thought

Edited By Peter Groenewegen Copyright 2003
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    This second volume of essays on nineteenth and twentieth century economic thought, complements the first and continues the high standards of scholarship and academic rigour.

    Part I: Nineteenth Century Moderns  1. Adam Smith and Alfred Marshall: Some Reflections  2. Marshall on Ricardo  3. Alfred Marshall and the History of Economic Thought  4. Alfred Marshall and Herbert Somerton Foxwell: A Tale of Two Libraries  5. Marshall's Correspondence 1868-1924: A Review  6. Mafeo Pantaleoni  7. A Neglected Daughter of Adam Smith: Clara Elizabeth Collet (1860-1948)  Part II: Twentieth Century Moderns  8. John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946): A Centenary Lecture  9. Keynes and Marshall: Methodology, Science and Politics  10. Marshall Biography After Keynes  11. Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883-1950): A Centenary Tribute  12. Joan Robinson (1903-1983)  13. Unemployment and Price Stability: Aspects of the Marshallian Legacy on the Monetary Economy  14. Jacob Viner and the History of Economic Thought  15. The Making of good Economists: Reviewing some Consequences of Colin Clark's Life and Practice  16. Exemplary Economists: A Review Article of 36 Economists' Autobiographies


    Peter Groenewegen is Professor of Economics at the University of Sydney and is Director of its Centre for the Study of the History of Economic Thought. He has published extensively on the history of economics and has taught for four decades. He is on the editorial board of four major journals in the field.

    "Excellent two-volume collection of 32 essays, compiled by distinguished historian of economics, Peter Groenewegen, encompasses the breadth of nineteenth- and twentieth-century economic thought. [It is] a fitting legacy for the next generation of historians of economics." Mark Donohue (National University of Singapore)