Routledge Revivals: Economics
This 30 volume Routledge Revivals collection brings together a selection of groundbreaking Economics titles, from the rich and diverse Routledge backlist. With titles published between 1913 and 1992, this is a truly wide-ranging selection, encompassing works by distinguished authors such as: Charles Kindleberger, W. Arthur Lewis, Jan Winiekci, Knut Wicksell and John Hobson.
Table of Contents
1. The World Rubber Industry Colin Barlow, Sisira Jayasuriya and C. Suan Tan 2. Lectures on Political Economy Knut Wicksell 3. A History of Australian Economic Thought Peter Groenewegen and Bruce McFarlane 4. From Keynesianism to Monetarism Peter Kenway 5. International Indebtedness Edited by Manfred Borchet and Rolf Schinke 6. Econometrics Baldev Raj and Aman Ullah 7. Development in Malaysia Ozay Mehmet 8. Regions in Question Charles Gore 9. The Czechoslovak Economy 1918-1980 Alice Teichova 10. Historians, Economists, and Economic History Alon Kadish 11. International Economics David Gowland 12. Resistance to Change in the Soviet Economic System Jan Winiecki 13. Charging for Government Richard Wagner 14. Urban Transport Planning Harry Dimitriou 15. The German Economy in the Twentieth Century Hans-Joachim Braun 16. Problems of Economic Policy Keith Hartley 17. Austrian Economics Edited by Wolfgang Grassl and Barry Smith 18. British Macroeconomic Policy since 1940 Jim Tomlinson 19. Women and Recession Edited by Jill Rubery 20. Work and Wealth J. A. Hobson 21. The Economics of Non-Wage Labour Costs Bob Hart 22. Gold Prices and Wages J. A. Hobson 23. Working Time and Employment Bob Hart 24. Marx's 'Capital' Geoffrey Pilling 25. Marshall Plan Days Charles P. Kindleberger 26. Prosperity and Public Spending Edward Nell 27. Growth and Fluctuations 1870-1913 W. Arthur Lewis 28. Free Market Conservatism Edited by Edward Nell 29. Reappraising J. A. Hobson Edited by Michael Freeden 30. Keynes' Economics Edited by Tony Lawson and Hashem Pesaran