1. Schools of Thought in Economics series

Books in this series

  1. INDEX


    1992   Hardback Price: $ 380.00   Web: $ 342.00
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  2. Marxian Economics

    Marxian Economics

    Edited by J. E. King
    These three volumes offer an overview of Marxian political economy, with contributions by critics, supporters and those of a more neutral disposition. The first volume illustrates the breadth of Marx’s concern with history, politics and society, while the second and third volumes focus more closely on the labour theory of value and the analysis of exploitation, and on Marxian approaches to crisis and economic development. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 792.00   Web: $ 712.80
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  3. Monetarism


    Edited by Alec Chrystal
    Monetarism has had a major impact on the thinking of political leaders and the conduct of economic policy during the last decade. These two volumes trace the origin and development of monetarism from the work of David Hume and Irving Fisher through to the very recent research by eminent contemporary economists including among others Milton Friedman, Robert Lucas, Rudiger Dornbusch and Thomas Sargent. Wide-ranging and comprehensive in scope, the book covers both the theoretical and empirical aspects of monetarism as well as its implications for economic policy. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 548.00   Web: $ 493.20
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  4. Radical Political Economy

    Radical Political Economy

    Edited by Samuel Bowles, Richard Edwards
    These two volumes collect some of the principal articles that have contributed to the renewal and development of radical political economy during the past generation. Radical Political Economy draws upon Marxian, institutional and Keynesian perspectives to construct a new and comprehensive analysis of modern capitalism, seeking to integrate the horizontal (competition), vertical (command), and time (change) dimensions of economic and other social relations. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 480.00   Web: $ 432.00
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  5. Experimental Economics

    Experimental Economics

    Edited by Vernon L. Smith
    Experimental Economics includes the study of individual decision making in which an isolated individual chooses many alternatives that have a monetary (or commodity) value defined quantitatively by the experiment. Experimental methods have enjoyed a vast expansion in the quality, depth and diversity of economic questions to which laboratory experiments have been applied. It is characterised by a growing recognition that markets are most meaningfully studied and understood within the context of institutions. This collection includes influential, as well as representative, examples of the growth and development of experimental economics. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 285.00   Web: $ 256.50
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  6. Austrian Economics

    Austrian Economics

    Edited by Stephen Littlechild
    This major authoritative three volume work gathers together for the first time the seminal articles and papers – many of which are widely dispersed in rare publications – which provide the foundation and development of the Austrian School of Economics. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 829.00   Web: $ 746.10
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  7. Behavioural Economics

    Behavioural Economics

    Edited by Peter E. Earl
    Behavioural Economics is a relatively new school of economic thought and can encompass a number of strands such as ‘new institutional/transaction cost economics’, economic psychology and psychological economics, consumer behaviour and decision theory. The papers presented here reveal something of the development, philosophy and range of applicability of behavioural economics. Learn More
    1990   Hardback Price: $ 555.00   Web: $ 499.50
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  8. Sraffian Economics

    Sraffian Economics

    Edited by Ian Steedman
    In 1960, Piero Sraffa’s Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities considered the fundamental issues that had been ignored in some existing theories of capital, value and distribution, and by doing so he laid the foundations for a critique of the marginal theory of value and distribution. The papers in these volumes both introduce the reader to the central themes of Sraffa’s book and provide the detailed critique for which Sraffa paved the way. Learn More
    1989   Hardback Price: $ 480.00   Web: $ 432.00
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  9. Post-Keynesian Economics

    Post-Keynesian Economics

    Edited by Malcolm Sawyer
    Post-Keynesian Economics denotes a loose grouping of economists who regard the insights of Keynes and Kalecki as the starting point for both a critique of conventional equilibrium analysis and the basis for a new macroeconomics based on the investment behaviour of the class of individuals who control capital and their savings behaviour as contrasted with that of workers. Among the major figures in this school of thought have been Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor, Sidney Weintraub and Paul Davidson. Learn More
    1989   Hardback Price: $ 300.00   Web: $ 270.00
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  10. Neo-Classical Microeconomics

    Neo-Classical Microeconomics

    Edited by Martin Ricketts
    Neo-classical microeconomics has dominated economics as a school of thought since the end of the nineteenth century. Seen as the ‘orthodox’ school, it has been challenged by many of the newer schools that have been developed since, but none has succeeded in supplanting neo-classical microeconomic theory as the foundation stone of economics. Learn More
    1989   Hardback Price: $ 450.00   Web: $ 405.00
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