Osvaldo Schenone y Adrián Ravier publican un book review en el History of Economics Review de Australia

El book review corresponde al libro de Mark Skousen titulado “Viena & Chicago: Friends or Foes? A Tale of Two Schools of Free-Market Economics.”

El book review fue publicado en el númeor 46 del History of Economic Review, correspondiente al verano 2007.
 
Dicho Journal es administrado por el College of Business and Economics de la Australian National University (ANU).
 
A continuación se presenta el índice completo del mencionado ejemplar.
 
Contents:ARTICLES

The Appointment of the ANU’s First Professor of Economics

Selwyn Cornish

Page 1

Walter Layton on the The Relations of Capital and Labour (1914):
A Marshallian Text pur sang?

Peter Groenewegen

Page 19

Mill, McCracken and the Modern Interpretation of Say’s Law

Steven Kates

Page 32

Not the Devil’s Decade: Nicholas Kaldor in the 1930s

J. E. King

Page 39

Making History by Making Identity and Institutions: The Emergence of
Post Keynesian–Heterodox Economics in Britain, 1974–1996

Frederic S. Lee

Page 62

On Ibn Khaldun’s Contribution to Heterodox Political Economy

Adil H. Mouhammed

Page 89

A Survey of Thomas Tooke’s Contributions to Political Economy

Matthew Smith

Page106

ONE HUNDRE YEARS FROM TODAY

Irving Fisher’s ‘Rate of Interest’

Colin Rogers

Page136

COMMUNICATIONS AND NOTES FROM THE ARCHIVES

John Maynard Keynes: External Examiner for the University of
New Zealand, 1919

Conrad Blyth

Page 151

Obituary: Professor Terence Wilmot Hutchison

Robin Ghosh

Page 162

BOOK REVIEWS

P.J. O’Rourke, ‘On the Wealth of Nations’

William Coleman

Page 170

G.C. Harcourt, ‘The Structure of Post-Keynesian Economics:
The Core Contributions of the Pioneers’

Jerry Courvisanos

Page 172

T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini and M. Dardi, ‘The Elgar Companion
to Alfred Marshall’

Mark Donoghue

Page 176

P. Coleman, S. Cornish and P. Drake (eds), ‘Arndt’s Story:
The Life of an Australian Economist’

Peter Groenewegen

Page 181

Valeria Mosini (ed.), ‘Equilibrium in Economics: Scope and Limits’

Peter Groenewegen

Page 185

A. Dow and S. Dow (eds), ‘A History of Scottish Economic Thought’

J. E. King

Page 188

Gordon Fletcher, ‘Dennis Robertson: Essays on His Life and Work’

Colin Rogers

Page 190

M. Skousen, ‘Vienna & Chicago: Friends or Foes?
A Tale of Two Schools of Free-Market Economics’

Osvaldo Schenone and Adrián Ravier

Page 194

James P. Huzel, ‘The Popularization of Malthus in Early
Nineteenth Century England: Martineau, Cobbett and the Pauper Press’

Michael Schneider

Page 197

HETSA Conference 2007: Schedule and Abstracts

Page 201

Editors’ Corner

Page 211

Acceda a los artículos publicados en el History of Economics Review entre 2000 y 2006.
 
Acceda a los artículos publicados en el History of Economics Review entre 1982 y 1999.

 

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