London Essays in Economics: In Honour of Edwin Cannan

London Essays in Economics: In Honour of Edwin Cannan

By: Hugh Dalton (editor), T. E. Gregory (editor)Paperback

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In paying tribute to one of the twentieth century's most eminent economists, the essays in this volume also cover major areas of economic importance such as: Theories of population; relations between banking and the State; productivity and the theory of wages; capital and income; the development of money. Contributors to the volume include: W. Beveridge, H. Dalton, T. E. Gregory, L. Robbins, M. C. Buer, E. L. Hargreaves, E. M. Burns, F. C. Benham, W. A. Robson and D. Mitrany.

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Foreword By Sir William Beveridge 1. Professor Cannan's General Contribution Dr. Hugh Dalton MP 2. Professor Cannan And Contemporary Monetary Theory T.E. Gregory 3. Relations Between Banking and The State In The Union of South Africa Arnold Plant 4. The Optimum Theory of Population L. Robbins 5. The Historical Setting of the Malthusian Controversy Mabel C. Buer 6. The Problem of Mark Debts E.L. Hargreaves 7. Productivity and the Theory of Wages E.M. Burns 8. The Theory of Wages In Relation To Some Effects of Australian Wage-Regulation F.C. Benham 9. Legal Conceptions of Capital And Income William A. Robson 10. Early Stages In The Development of Money And Coins A.R. Burns 11. Marx v. The Peasant D. Mitrany

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  • publication date: 18/10/2010
  • ISBN13: 9780415607193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 390
  • ID: 9780415607193
  • weight: 508
  • ISBN10: 0415607191

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