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  1. PROTECTIONISM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY

    PROTECTIONISM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY

    Edited by Forrest H. Capie
    Protectionism has been an enduring feature in the world economy even though economic theory can prove that free trade is a superior regime. Protectionism is, of course, caused primarily by interest groups who lose out under free trade and are able to organize to protect their interests. Learn More
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 330.00   Web: $ 297.00
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  2. Dissenters: Charles Fourier (1772–1837), Henri de St Simon (1760–1825), Pierre–Joseph Proudhon (1809–1865), John A. Hobson (1858–1940)

    Dissenters: Charles Fourier (1772–1837), Henri de St Simon (1760–1825), Pierre–Joseph Proudhon (1809–1865), John A. Hobson (1858–1940)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 188.00   Web: $ 169.20
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  3. Henry George (1839–1897)

    Henry George (1839–1897)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 237.00   Web: $ 213.30
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  4. Arthur Pigou (1877–1959)

    Arthur Pigou (1877–1959)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  5. Michal Kalecki (1899–1970)

    Michal Kalecki (1899–1970)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  6. Harry Johnson (1923–1977)

    Harry Johnson (1923–1977)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  7. Piero Sraffa (1898–1983)

    Piero Sraffa (1898–1983)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
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  8. Wesley Mitchell (1874–1948), John Commons (1862–1945), Clarence Ayres (1891–1972)

    Wesley Mitchell (1874–1948), John Commons (1862–1945), Clarence Ayres (1891–1972)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 197.00   Web: $ 177.30
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  9. Vilfredo Pareto (1848–1923)

    Vilfredo Pareto (1848–1923)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 237.00   Web: $ 213.30
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  10. Edward Chamberlin (1899–1967)

    Edward Chamberlin (1899–1967)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 188.00   Web: $ 169.20
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  11. Harold Hotelling (1895–1973), Lionel Robbins (1898–1984), Clark Warburton (1896–1979), John Bates Clark (1847–1938) and Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973)

    Harold Hotelling (1895–1973), Lionel Robbins (1898–1984), Clark Warburton (1896–1979), John Bates Clark (1847–1938) and Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 207.00   Web: $ 186.30
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  12. Bertil Ohlin (1899–1979)

    Bertil Ohlin (1899–1979)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 176.00   Web: $ 158.40
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  13. MONETARY REGIME TRANSFORMATIONS

    MONETARY REGIME TRANSFORMATIONS

    Edited by Barry Eichengreen
    This important volume collects, for the first time, key essays and papers on monetary regime transformations by economists, historians and political scientists alike. The inflation of the 1970s prompted considerable research by economists on monetary regimes and their transformation. However, empiricists who take seriously the notion that monetary regimes matter must necessarily examine long spans of data and, by implication, analyse historical experience. Empirical research on monetary regimes necessarily is historical research. Learn More
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 330.00   Web: $ 297.00
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  14. Johann von Thünen (1783–1850), Augustin Cournot (1801–1877) and Jules Dupuit (1804–1866)

    Johann von Thünen (1783–1850), Augustin Cournot (1801–1877) and Jules Dupuit (1804–1866)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 276.00   Web: $ 248.40
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  15. Eugen von Böhm–Bawerk (1851–1914) and Friedrich von Wieser (1851–1926)

    Eugen von Böhm–Bawerk (1851–1914) and Friedrich von Wieser (1851–1926)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 188.00   Web: $ 169.20
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  16. Irving Fisher (1867–1947), Arthur Hadley (1856–1930), Ragnar Frisch (1895–1973), Friedrich Hayek (1899–1992), Allyn Young (1876–1929) and Ugo Mazzola (1863–1899)

    Irving Fisher (1867–1947), Arthur Hadley (1856–1930), Ragnar Frisch (1895–1973), Friedrich Hayek (1899–1992), Allyn Young (1876–1929) and Ugo Mazzola (1863–1899)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 188.00   Web: $ 169.20
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  17. Léon Walras (1834–1910)

    Léon Walras (1834–1910)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 276.00   Web: $ 248.40
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  18. Carl Menger (1840–1921)

    Carl Menger (1840–1921)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 188.00   Web: $ 169.20
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  19. The Historiography of Economics

    The Historiography of Economics

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    This title focuses on the importance of the history of economic thought as an intellectual discipline. It counters the arguments of some contemporary economists who describe it as studying the mistakes of the past. However, all the great economists – Smith, Ricardo, Marx, Marshall, Keynes and even Milton Friedman – have drawn on the history of economics to find an appropriate pedigree for their own theoretical innovations. This important volume contains high quality articles – written from different perspectives – demonstrating the importance of the history of economic thought. Learn More
    1991   Hardback Price: $ 180.00   Web: $ 162.00
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  20. The Early Mercantilists: Thomas Mun (1571–1641), Edward Misselden (1608–1634) and Gerard de Malynes (1586–1623)

    The Early Mercantilists: Thomas Mun (1571–1641), Edward Misselden (1608–1634) and Gerard de Malynes (1586–1623)

    Edited by Mark Blaug
    The Mercantilist School never presented a common front but is associated with a common outlook: the idea of specie or bullion as the essence of wealth and the notion that a positive balance of trade is an index of national welfare. It is also associated with an emphasis on population growth and low wages, a concern with full employment and the far reaching denial of foreign trade as a source of net gain to the world as a whole; that is, international trade was regarded as a zero-sum gain and particular nations were thought to benefit from international trade only at the expense of others. The underlying idea that a permanent balance of trade surplus should be beneficial to a nation has been a source of discussion right down to the present day. Learn More
    1991   Hardback Price: $ 207.00   Web: $ 186.30
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