Generations of Economists by David CollardGenerations of Economists by David Collard

Generations of Economists

byDavid CollardEditorDavid Collard

Hardcover | December 20, 2010

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This book focuses on the interaction between practising economists and previous generations of economists. Because economic problems, such as crashes, tend to recur and are only partially understood, it may be profitable read the work of previous generations in a collaborative spirit. Sometimes this can offer a different perspective on current preoccupations and cause us to reconsider the scope of our much criticised subject. The book gathers together earlier work by the author which appeared in various academic books and journals with the addition of six new chapters.

The collection makes for a lively, informative and thought-provoking collection. It will interest anyone with an interest in the history of economics and of economic thought.

David Collardis Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Bath.
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Title:Generations of EconomistsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.98 inPublished:December 20, 2010Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415565413

ISBN - 13:9780415565417

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Table of Contents

Preface  Introduction  1. Generations of Economists and the Economics of Generations  Part One: Pigou and Cambridge  2. Pigou¿s Place in the History of Economics  3. Pigou and Modern Business Cycle Theory  4. Pigou on Expectations and the Cycle  5. Cambridge After Marshall  6. The Cambridge Economics Tripos 1957-60: A Memoir.  Part Two: Classical Utilitarianism and Welfare  7. Utility and Utilitarianism: Ancient and Modern  8. Research on Well-Being: Some Advice from Jeremy Bentham  9. Malthus, Population and the Generational Bargain  Part Three: General Equilibrium  10. General Equilibrium: The Founding Fathers  11. Leon Walras and the Cambridge Caricature  12. Walras, Patinkin and the Money Tatonnement (1966)  13. Edgeworth¿s Propositions on Altruism (1975)  14. The Production of Commodities (1963)  15. High Hicks, Deep Hicks and Equilibrium (1993) Part Four: Neglect 16. Neglect: A Note  17. Tozer: A Mathematical Investigation (1968)  18. Alfred Russel Wallace and the Political Economists (2009) Part Five: Inter-generational Economists 19. Pigon and Future Generations: A Cambridge Tradition (1996)  20. Ramsey, Saving and the Generations  21. Co-operation between Overlapping Generations