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The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited (Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics) e-book

Author:

Lars Jonung

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English

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Business & Finance

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1295 kb

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4.4

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press (March 29, 1991)

Pages:

496

ISBN:

052139127X

The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited (Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics) e-book

by Lars Jonung


Findlay, Ronald; Jonung, Lars and Lundahl, Mats: Bertil Ohlin-A Centennial Celebration (1899-1999). Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 105, Issue. In this volume leading scholars look at the heritage and impact of the important work done by the Stockholm School from the 1920s to the present.

Items related to The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited (Historical. The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited (Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics). ISBN 13: 9780521391276. He was previously professor of Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics.

Series: Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics. I guess that the title of the book should have been a clue, but I had no idea the entire book would be on this one limited theme, spelled out in nausiating detail, blow-by-blow, year-by-year

Series: Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics. I guess that the title of the book should have been a clue, but I had no idea the entire book would be on this one limited theme, spelled out in nausiating detail, blow-by-blow, year-by-year. And yes, the author is leftist and does seem to strain to see a conspiracy behind every tree.

The historical school of economics was an approach to academic economics and to public administration that emerged in the 19th century in Germany, and held sway there until well into the 20th century. The professors involved compiled massive economic histories of Germany and Europe. Numerous Americans were their students. The school was opposed by theoretical economists.

The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited. A readable collection for anyone interested in economic history, history of economic thought, or the ideas lying behind Swedish economic policy

The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited. Tell us if something is incorrect. A readable collection for anyone interested in economic history, history of economic thought, or the ideas lying behind Swedish economic policy. The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited. Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics. Cambridge University Press.

To the contrary, he sees economics as a battle between two conflicting schools of thought. The second volume contains a brilliant critique of Ricardian economics, showing the constraints on theory entailed by Ricardo’s static and pseudo-mathematical method. The correct one explains prices through subjective value: this approach culminates in the Austrian School. The other view explains prices by cost, especially labor cost. Ricardo’s successor John Stuart Mill is the object of a devastating intellectual portrait. Marxism is subjected to a merciless demolition, and Rothbard shows the roots of this system in metaphysical speculation.

Law, Ethics, and Culture M. June Flanders, International Monetary Economics, 1870–1960: Between the Classical and the New Classical J. Daniel Hammond, Theory and Measurement: Causality Issues in Milton Friedman’s Monetary Economics Lars Jonung (e., The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited Kyn Kim, Equilibrium Business Cycle Theory in Historical Perspective Gerald M. Koot, English Historical Economics, 1870–1926 .

In this volume leading scholars look at the heritage and impact of the important work done by the Stockholm School from the 1920s to the present. The first part of The Stockholm School of Economics Revisited covers the early years, followed by an extensive review of the approaches to economics adopted by the school. A number of contributors investigate the relation and impact of the Stockholm School on their own work, the work of other economists, and the approaches pursued at other schools. A final roundtable discussion delves into the question of "What remains of the Stockholm School?." A readable collection for anyone interested in economic history, history of economic thought, or the many economic ideas lying behind the success of the Swedish economy.

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