Knut Wicksell (1851-1926) (Pioneers in Economics v. 28)

Knut Wicksell (1851-1926) (Pioneers in Economics v. 28)

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Part of a series presenting critical appraisals of influential economists from the age of Aristotle to the present. The individuals examined have shaped both the theory and practice of modern economics. Each volume combines classic statements by economists with the most recent research.

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Knut Wicksell on marginal cost pricing, James M. Buchanan; Knut Wicksell - a centennial evaluation, Carl G. Uhr; Wicksell on fiscal reform - comment, James M. Buchanan; the Wicksell effect, Edward Osborn; the Wicksell effects in Wicksell and in modern capital theory, C.E. Ferguson and Donald L. Hooks; the Cobb-Douglas or the Wicksell function?; Carl-Axel Ollsson; the Wicksell effect, Dewey, and others - a note, Bo Sandelin; Knut Wicksell's "The Two Population Questions", Monica S. Fong; Knut Wicksell and Gustav Cassel on secular movements in prices, Lars Jonung; Knut Wicksell's norm of price stabilization and Swedish monetary policy in the 1930s, Lars Jonung; Wicksell's missing equation, the production function, and the Wicksell effect, Bo Sandelin; a new look at Wicksell's inflationary process, Patrick Honohan; Wicksell and Pareto - their relationship in the theory of public finance, P. Hennipman; Wicksell's missing equation and Boehm-Bawerk's three causes of interest in a stationary state, Takashi Negishi; Bowley, Wicksell and the development of mathematical economics, Adrian C. Darnell; value and physical capital in Wicksell's durable goods model, Larry W. Samuelson; on Wicksell's missing equation, Larry Samuelson; voluntary exchange, Wicksell and the principle of approximate unanimity, James M. Dean; the Wicksell effect in a growing economy, Larry W. Samuelson; Wicksell's critique of Ricardo's chapter "on machinery", Bjorn Hannson; Wicksell and the Akerman Axe model - a re-examination, W.O. Coleman; Knut Wicksell, father of the optimum, Joseph Spengler; returns to scale and Wicksell's missing equations - a note, Larry Samuelson; Wicksell on technical change and real wages, William Coleman; cumulative process models from Thornton to Wicksell, Thomas M. Humphrey; Wicksell on Edgeworth's tax paradox, John Creedy; Knut Wicksell's unpublished manuscripts - a first glance, Lars Jonung; British monetary orthodoxy in the 1870s, David Laidler; Knight's Cursonia plant - a short cut to the Wicksell effect, Bo Sandelin; Knut Wicksell on unemployment, Lars Jonung.

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  • publication date: 09/07/1992
  • ISBN13: 9781852784911
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 448
  • ID: 9781852784911
  • weight: 673
  • ISBN10: 1852784911

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