A passionate theorist and socialist, Joan Robinson made major contributions to the field of economics during her lifetime.
Active in the profession for fifty years, she worked through a number of major upheavals to the received orthodoxy of economics and, in many cases, was at the forefront of the controversies. Her style was provocative and challenged the leaders in the field.
This collection gathers together outstanding material which not only illustrates Robinson's intellectual path but, in doing so, documents the major debates in economic theory.
Table of Contents
Part I: Biographical Studies
Part II: Imperfect Competition
Part III: Exploring Keynes
Part IV: Marxian Economics
Part V: Accumulation
Part VI: Capital Theory
Part VII: Capital Theory, continued
Part VIII: Economic Methodology
Part IX: Development Economics
Part X: An Introduction to Modern Economics
Part XI: Collections
Part XII: Joan Robinson and her Circle
Part XIII: Obituaries