Routledge Library Editions: The History of Economic Thought
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1925 and 1990, draw together research by leading academics in the area of the history of economic thought. The volumes encompass many different schools of economic thought, with a focus on individual economic thinkers such as Friedrich Hayek, Adam Smith and Piero Sraffa. This set will be of interest to students of economics, particularly students of the history of economic thought.
Table of Contents
1. Essays on Piero Sraffa: Critical Perspectives on the Revival of Classical Theory Edited by Krishna Bharadwaj and Bertram Schefold (1990) 2. Themes in Value and Distribution: Classical Theory Reappraised Krishna Bharadwaj (1988) 3. Philosophy and Political Economy: In Some of Their Historical Relations James Bonar (1967) 4. The Breakdown of Capitalism: A History of the Idea in Western Marxism, 1883-1983 F. R. Hansen (1985) 5. The Stockholm School and the Development of Dynamic Method Björn A. Hansson (1982) 6. An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain Edited by F. A. v. Hayek (1939) 7. A Short History of Mercantilism John Wesley Horrocks (1925) 8. Nobel Laureates in Economic Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary Edited by Bernard S. Katz (1989) 9. Modern Economic Classics-Evaluations Through Time Edited by Bernard S. Katz and Ronald E. Robbins (1988) 10. Property Markets and the State in Adam Smith's System Robert Boyden Lamb (1987) 11. An Introduction to Post-Keynesian and Marxian Theories of Value and Price Peter M. Lichtenstein (1983) 12. Agenda for a Free Society: Essays on Hayek's The Constitution of Liberty Edited by A. Seldon (1961) 13. British Economists and the Empire John Cunningham Wood (1983)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.