History of Kanyakumari District
Memorandum from the Office of Economic Analysis regarding Analysis of the July Emergency Order Requiring a Pre-Borrow on Short Sales
Brief History of Branding
Early History Of Powered Flight
History Of Mathematics
History Of Differentiation
History Of Irrational Numbers
History of Trigonometry
Business Cycle Dating Committee, National Bureau of Economic Research
History of Real Numbers
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Describes the graduate career of F Taylor Ostrander, notable the year spent at Oxford University. This volume also contains two documents important for the history of Instituitional Economics, John R ...
Refereed articles on: constrasting relational conceptions of the individual in recent economics; the development of Adam Smiths style of lecturing; a comparison of problems encountered in the ...
Following an introduction to the key ideas of Coats, this work focuses on two themes: the difference between British and American economics, both in content and in the practice of the profession; and ...
Volume 25-B continues the multiple series of class notes with Glenn Johnson's notes from Charles M. Hardin's 1947 course on the politics of agriculture and with Warren Samuels's notes from Charlton ...
Volume 25-C commences a series of class notes taken at Northwestern and Chicago during the period 1964-1967. The notes from courses at Northwestern are Robert Clower;s course on economic theory,and ...
Chronicling the rise and fall of the efficient market theory and the century-long making of the modern financial industry, Justin Fox's The Myth of the Rational Market is as much an ...
Contains five sets of lectures taken by Glenn Johnson as a doctoral student in economics at the University of Chicago during 1946-7. This volume also includes notes by Mark Ladenson at Northwestern ...
In this volume more than forty leading economists including Nobel Laureate Paul Samuelson and Robert Solow critically evaluate the work of Geoff Harcourt.
The Role of Government in the History of Economic Thought