American Economists of the Late Twentieth Century
By: Warren J. Samuels (editor)Hardback
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Containing chapters on economists such as Paul Davidson and Gregg Lewis, this work provides a broad view of the theories which have influenced the American economy in the late 20th century.
Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis; Paul Davidson; Nancy Folbre; Robert Frank; Robert Heilbroner; David Kahneman and Amos Tversky; Paul Krugman; William Lazonick; Gregg Lewis; Richard R. Nelson and Sidney Winter; Mancur Olson; Nathan Rosenberg; Thomas Schelling; Vernon Smith; Robert A. Solo; Joseph Stiglitz; Richard Thaler; Lester Thurow; Oliver Williamson.
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