Alfred Marshall (1842-1924) and Francis Edgeworth (1845-1926) (Pioneers in Economics v. 29)

Alfred Marshall (1842-1924) and Francis Edgeworth (1845-1926) (Pioneers in Economics v. 29)

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Francis Ysidro Edgeworth, Arthur L. Bowley; Edgeworth's theory of duopoly price, A.J. Nichol; leading British statisticians of the 19th century, Paul J. Fitzpatrick; Professor Fleeming Jenkin, 1833-1885 - pioneer in engineering and political economy, A.D. Brownie and M.F. Lloyd Prichard; a correction on the geneology of the so-called Edgeworth-Bowley diagram, Vincent J. Tarascio; Edgeworth's theory of recontract, Donald A. Walker; Edgeworth's contract curve - Part 1 - a propaecleutic essay in clarification, William Jaffe; Edgeworth's contract curve - Part 2 - two figures in its protohistory - Aristotle and Gossen, William Jaffe; Edgeworth's propositions on altruism, David Collard; Francis Ysidro Edgeworth, statistician, Stephen M. Stigler; some recent interpretations of "Mathematical Psychics", John Creedy; some recent interpretations of "Mathematical Psychics" - a reply, Vincent J. Tarascio; Rawls, Edgeworth, Shapley, Nash - theories of distributive justice re-examined, Menahem E. Yaar; difficulties with the element of time and the "principles" of economics or some lies my teacher told me, Lawrence A. Boland; biological theory and technological entrepreneurship in Marshall's writings, Laurence Moss; F.Y. Edgeworth's mathematical training, J. Creedy; the scope and method of economic science, Phyllis Deane; Francis Ysidro Edgeworth, Sir John Hicks; on the notion of short-run and long-run - Marshall, Ricardo and equilibrium theories, O.F. Hamouda; Edgeworth - utilitarianism and arbitration, John Creedy; physics and the "Marginalist Revolution", Philip Mirowski; Robert Giffen and the Irish potato - note, Ulrich Kohli; Edgeworth, Samuelson, and operationally meaningful theorems, Bruce Larson; Edgeworth's contribution to the theory of Ramsey pricing, Jun-ji Shih.

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  • publication date: 09/07/1992
  • ISBN13: 9781852784928
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 384
  • ID: 9781852784928
  • weight: 808
  • ISBN10: 185278492X

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