David Ricardo Critical Responses
Jevons Critical Responses
Adam Smith Critical Responses
Max Weber: Critical Responses
Karl Marx: Critical Responses
Alfred Marshall: Critical Responses
John Maynard Keynes: Critical Responses
Thomas Robert Malthus Critical Responses
Edited By Robert W. Dimand
December 05, 2006
Irving Fisher was one of America’s greatest mathematical economists – and certainly one of the most colourful. During his career, he made numerous contributions to mathematical economics, capital theory, monetary theory, and statistics. The now familiar distinction between stocks and flows is ...
Edited By Terry Peach
December 03, 2003
This four-volume set in the Critical Responses series brings together for the first time 19th Century responses to, and appreciations of, the work of David Ricardo. The collection covers the period from 1817, the year of publication of Ricardo's major work, The Principles of Political Economy and ...
Edited By Sandra Peart
December 27, 2002
William Stanley Jevons was a self-proclaimed revolutionary, whose struggle under what he called the 'Noxious authority' of John Stuart Mill in economic circles is well-known. He was highly critical of the labour theory of value and the wages fund theory attributed to David Ricardo, and offered his ...
Edited By Hiroshi Mizuta
March 08, 2000
This collection gathers together comments and reviews to all the works of Adam Smith, published and unpublished. All introductions to the later editions of his works, either in English or newly translated, are included as well as the editor's notes, where possible....
Edited By Roberto Marchionatti
June 26, 1998
This important set brings together for the first time works indispensable to a complete understanding of the diffusion of Marxist economic thought in the Western world. The comprehensive selection of contemporary material includes introductions to editions of Marx's works, articles, book excerpts, ...
Edited By Peter Groenewegen
June 05, 1998
This is the first collection that documents a comprehensive range of material from Marshall's own lifetime. Alfred Marshall is one of the most important figures in the history of economics. Although there are several collections which draw together parts of the vast critical literature that has ...
Edited By Charles R. McCann Jr.
May 07, 1998
John Maynard Keynes, heralded in his own time by the press as "our greatest living economist", is acknowledged as one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th Century. This set presents contemporary responses to Keynes and provides a range of reviews, academic assessments and scholarly essays ...
Edited By Geoffrey Gilbert
January 28, 1998
Malthus' Essay on the Principles of Population was one of the most controversial books ever published. Going through six editions in the author's lifetime, it cast a long shadow down the nineteenth century, with nearly all of the century's leading thinkers - from Hazlitt and Ricardo to Marx and ...