Economic Theory and its History (Routledge Studies in the by Giuseppe Freni,Heinz D. Kurz,Andrea Mario Lavezzi,Rodolfo

By Giuseppe Freni,Heinz D. Kurz,Andrea Mario Lavezzi,Rodolfo Signorino

This assortment brings jointly prime economists from around the globe to discover key matters in fiscal research and the historical past of monetary proposal. This e-book offers with vital topics in economics when it comes to an process that has its roots within the works of the classical economists from Adam Smith to David Ricardo. The chapters were encouraged via the paintings of Neri Salvadori, who has made key contributions in quite a few parts together with the idea of creation, the speculation of price and distribution, the speculation of monetary progress, in addition to the speculation of renewable and deplorable average assets.

The major topics during this booklet contain construction, worth and distribution; endogenous monetary development; renewable and exhaustible common assets; capital and gains; oligopolistic festival; powerful call for and skill usage; monetary rules; and topics within the historical past of monetary research. numerous of the contributions are heavily with regards to the works of Neri Salvadori. this is often proven with appreciate to big modern subject matters together with the assets of monetary development, the position of exhaustible assets in financial improvement, the relief and disposal of waste, the redistribution of source of revenue and wealth, and the rules of an inherently risky monetary region.

All contributions are fresh, unique and concise, written through prime exponents of their box of craftsmanship. jointly this quantity represents a useful contribution to financial research and the historical past of monetary notion. This booklet is acceptable if you happen to learn fiscal idea and its background, political economic system in addition to philosophy.

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