Journal of Economic Literature

Journal of Economic Literature Author
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822035813898
Release 2006-12
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Journal of Economic Literature

Journal of Economic Literature Author American Economic Association
ISBN-10 OCLC:959385057
Release 1998
Pages 36
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Journal of Economic Literature Classification System Menu

Journal of Economic Literature Classification System Menu Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:44289134
Release 199?
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Presents the system used to classify the Annotated listing of new books section of the Journal of economic literature. It is also the system used for specifying major fields of the American Economic Association membership.



EconLit 1969 present

EconLit  1969 present Author American Economic Association
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924082782289
Release 1998
Pages 34
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Karl Marx s Economics

Karl Marx s Economics Author John Cunningham Wood
ISBN-10 0415065585
Release 1987-10-14
Pages 2400
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The first 4 volumes of an 8 volume re-issue of Karl Marx's key essays in the economics arena, these titles also cover newer controversies in Marxian economics, such as reinterpretations by Sraffa and Roemer.



The Business of Sports

The Business of Sports Author Scott Rosner
ISBN-10 0763726214
Release 2004
Pages 776
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The book covers professional, Olympic and collegiate sports and each chapter has a fully developed introduction to explaine the relevance of the articles to be presented.



Editing Economics

Editing Economics Author Professor Geoffrey Harcourt
ISBN-10 9781134518609
Release 2002-09-26
Pages 328
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Mark Perlman was the founding editor of the Journal of Economic Literature and responsible for issues from 1969 until 1980 when he retired. He has also written and edited a number of books and articles, concentrating on aspects of the labour market, population growth, health economics, the environment and the history of economics. His extraordinarily significant contribution to economics has been recognized by Economists worldwide and in 2000 the History of Economics Society made him their Distinguished Fellow. In this volume, eighteen scholars have contributed chapters exploring themes such as an evaluation of Mark Perlman's written contributions, the history of economic theory and applied economics.



A History of Marxian Economics Volume II

A History of Marxian Economics  Volume II Author Michael Charles Howard
ISBN-10 9781400862931
Release 2014-07-14
Pages 438
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This second volume completes a critical history of the social, political, and theoretical forces behind Marxian economics--the only work in English to offer such comprehensive treatment. Beginning with Marxian analyses of the Great Depression and Stalinism, it explores the theories developed to explain the "long boom" in Western capitalism after the Second World War. Later chapters deal with post-Leninist theories of imperialism and continuing controversies in value theory and the theory of exploitation. After outlining recent work on the "second slump," the integration of rational-choice theory into Marxism, and the political economy of socialism, the book concludes with a review and evaluation of Marxian theory over the whole period since Marx's death. Praise for the first volume: "Howard and King have done an excellent job... One comes away with the impression of Marxian economics being a vibrant subject, relevant to the problems of these times and useful in practical matters."--Meghnad Desai, The Times Higher Education Supplement Originally published in 1992. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.



The Elgar Companion to Social Economics

The Elgar Companion to Social Economics Author John Bryan Davis
ISBN-10 9781848442771
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 704
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I highly recommend this volume for all scholars interested in challenging conventional wisdom about how a capitalist economy works, and willing to call into question assumptions that narrow our interpretation, preventing more socially beneficial practices from being implemented. International Sociology Davis and Dolfsma have edited a volume of 36 essays that provides a first-rate introduction to the recent cutting-edge scholarship in social economics. . . the volume provides an impressive and broad array of articles covering traditional social economic topics. . . Each essay is an excellent point of entry into social economic thought. This volume will be of great interest to economists writing in the heterodox tradition and/or to mainstream economists seeking a richer analysis of socioeconomic relationships. Highly recommended. Q.M. Duroy, Choice As this comprehensive Companion demonstrates, social economics is a dynamic and growing field that emphasizes the key role that values play in the economy and in economic life. Social economics treats the economy and economics as being embedded in the larger web of social and ethical relationships. It also regards economics and ethics as essentially connected, and adds values such as justice, fairness, dignity, well-being, freedom and equality to the standard emphasis on efficiency. The Elgar Companion to Social Economics brings together the leading contributors in the field to elucidate a wide range of recent developments across different subject areas and topics. In so doing the contributors also map the likely trends and directions of future research. This Companion will undoubtedly become a leading reference source and guide to social economics for many years to come. Providing concise discussion and an indication of what to expect in future decades, this interdisciplinary Companion will be of great interest to students and academics of social economics and socio-economics, as well as institutional, evolutionary and heterodox economics. It will also appeal to management scholars and those concerned with business ethics.



Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Author
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Release 2005
Pages 152
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Markets Money and Capital

Markets  Money and Capital Author Roberto Scazzieri
ISBN-10 9780521873215
Release 2008
Pages 451
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Sir John Hicks (1904-1989) was a leading economic theorist of the twentieth century, and along with Kenneth Arrow was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1972. His work addressed central topics in economic theory, such as value, money, capital and growth. An important unifying theme was the attention for economic rationality 'in time' and his acknowledgement that apparent rigidities and frictions might exert a positive role as a buffer against excessive fluctuations in output, prices and employment. This emphasis on the virtue of imperfection significantly distances Hicksian economics from both the Keynesian and Monetarist approaches. Containing contributions from distinguished theorists in their own right (including three Nobel Prize winners), this volume examines Hicks's intellectual heritage and discusses how his ideas suggest a distinct approach to economic theory and policy making. It will be of great interest to scholars and students of economic theory and the history of economic thought.



Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology

Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Author Wallace C. Olsen
ISBN-10 0801426774
Release 1991
Pages 346
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The first of an eight-volume series, The Literature of the Agricultural Sciences, this book analyzes the trends in the published literature of agricultural economics and rural sociology during the past fifty years. It uses citation analysis and other bibliometric techniques to identify the primary journals, report series, and monographs of current importance to the developed industrial countries as well as those in the Third World.



Paul Samuelson on the History of Economic Analysis

Paul Samuelson on the History of Economic Analysis Author Paul Anthony Samuelson
ISBN-10 9781107029934
Release 2014-11-17
Pages 478
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This collection of writings by Paul Samuelson illustrates the depth and breadth of his contribution to the history of economics.



The Global Economy and Its Economic Systems

The Global Economy and Its Economic Systems Author Paul R. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781285657370
Release 2013-03-11
Pages 704
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Since the first edition of this book in 1975 (previously titled Comparing Economic Systems in the Twenty-First Century), this market-leading title has examined different economies in theory and practice. This edition represents a complete revision and a significant expansion of the previous (2004) edition. The authors have completely rewritten and reorganized the 21 chapters of the previous edition and included a new chapter (Chapter 12, The Europen Model). Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Economic Growth and the High Wage Economy

Economic Growth and the High Wage Economy Author Morris Altman
ISBN-10 9781136293399
Release 2013-06-26
Pages 336
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This book provides a theoretical framework to better understand how firms, economies and labor markets have evolved. This is done in a reader-friendly fashion, without complex mathematical arguments and proofs. Economic Growth and the High Wage Economy shows how high wage economies help make firms and economies more productive and why high wage economies can be competitive even in an increasingly globalized environment. It also demonstrates why concerns that labor supply will dry up as wages increase and social benefits rise are largely based on impoverished economic reasoning. The first chapters provide a theoretical basis for the rest of the book, showing for instance how higher wages are prone to increasing the level of economic efficiency by getting people to work harder and smarter (mainly smarter). Altman also explains that our understanding of technological change can be markedly improved by modelling technological change as a product of higher wages and improved working conditions and other shocks to the economic system. As the book develops, it is shown that increasing and high levels of income inequality are not necessary for growth and development, because the economic ‘pie’ grows when the economic wellbeing of the lower half and even the middle improves. The evolution of the state can also be better understood by applying this analytical framework. So too can the persistence of inefficient systems of production and cultural traits that appear to be inconsistent with economic prosperity. On top of this, the book examines the implications of Altman’s theoretical framework for macroeconomic analysis and policy. Finally, it is shown that labor supply can be better understood by introducing target income into the analytical mix. The main contribution of this book is providing the theoretical underpinning for why relatively high wages and, moreover, competition with high wages is good for dynamic growth and development. This work establishes why an alternative model of labor supply, based on the notion and reality of target income, does a better job of explaining the evolution of labor supply. The latter also reinforces the view that increasing wage and workers’ benefits should not be expected to damage the economy, even in the realm of labor supply. This book will be of interest to public policy experts, trade unions, human rights experts and scholars of behavioural economics, labour economics and globalization.



Coll Sci Pap V5

Coll Sci Pap V5 Author Paul Anthony Samuelson
ISBN-10 0262192519
Release 1986
Pages 1052
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"It is a measure of Professor Samuelson's preeminence that the sheer scale of his work should be so much taken for granted," observes a reviewer in the Economist who goes on to note that "a cynic might add that it would have been better for Professor Samuelson to write less merely to give others a chance to write at all."In fact, Samuelson's output, his "extraordinary mastery of methods, both mathematical and linguistic" (review of Volume 4 of The Collected Scientific Papers), have not diminished. Volume 5 collects 108 articles written since 1976, bringing the total to nearly 400 important contributions to economics. As in earlier volumes, the papers are arranged by subject. They cover Economic Theory: Marx, Keynes, and Schumpeter; International Economics; Stochastic Theory; Classical Economics; Mathematical Biology; Biographical and Autobiographical Writings; and Current Economics and Policy.Volumes 1 through 4 encompass more than 280 articles. The first two contain virtually all of Samuelson's contributions to economic theory through mid-1964; Volume 3 contains all the scientific papers written from mid-1964 through 1970, and the last volume brings his work up to through 1976.Paul Samuelson received the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1970 and is Institute Professor of Economics Emeritus at MIT. Kate Crowley edited volume 4 of The Collected Scientific Papers with Hiroaki Nagatani.



The Methodology of Economic Model Building Routledge Revivals

The Methodology of Economic Model Building  Routledge Revivals Author Lawrence A. Boland
ISBN-10 9781317680963
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 208
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The major methodological task for modern economists has been to establish the testability of models. Too often, however, methodological assumptions can make a model virtually impossible to test even under ideal conditions, yet few theorists have examined the requirements and problems of assuring testability in economics. In The Methodology of Economic Model Building, first published in 1989, Lawrence Boland presents the results of a research project that spanned more than twenty years. He examines how economists have applied the philosophy of Karl Popper, relating methodological debates about falsifiability to wider discussions about the truth status of models in natural and social sciences. He concludes that model building in economics reflects more the methodological prescriptions of the economist Paul Samuelson than Popper’s ‘falsificationism’. This title will prove invaluable to both students and researchers, and represents a substantial contribution to debates about the scientific status of economics.