1 edition of Economists at Wisconsin, 1892-1992 found in the catalog.
Economists at Wisconsin, 1892-1992
by Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System in [Madison, Wis
Written in English
Incudes bibliographical references (p. 357-362).
|Statement||edited by Robert J. Lampman ; with contributions by Robert Baldwin ... [et al.] ; incorporating selected writings by John Bascom ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Lampman, Robert J., Baldwin, Robert E., Bascom, John, 1827-1911., University of Wisconsin System. Board of Regents.|
|LC Classifications||HB74.8 .E28 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 362 p. :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||92075901|
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Economists at Wisconsin, Robert 1892-1992 book of Regents. Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, - Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book of Economics Development Earley Econ Born Econ Last econometrics economic history economics department Economics Last Tide economists Ellsworth Elwell Ely's.
Economists at Wisconsin: Economists at Wisconsin: Rutherford, Malcolm This large-format and beautifully produced book clearly represents a labor of love on the part of the editor, Robert J.
Lampman. As indicated in the introduction,the first two chapters provide background material for the years before The rest of the book is divided into four main.
With contributions by Robert Baldwin, et al. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, xxiv, pp. Malcolm Rutherford Search for other works by this author on:Author: Malcolm Rutherford. Send me ECONOMISTS AT WISCONSIN: Mail the book to: NAME - ADDRESS Enclosed is my check for: Book $ Postage and Handling $ Total $ Wisconsin Residents Only (WI Sales Tax) $ Total $ Please make your check payable to Department of Eco- nomics.
Send to Account Services: Economists at Wisconsin Social. John R. Commons was born in Hollansburg, By his Wisconsin years, Commons' scholarship had become less moralistic and more empirical, But the smallest unit of the institutional economists is a unit of activity — a transaction, with its participants.
Transactions intervene between the labor of the classic economists and the pleasures of Born: OctoHollansburg, Ohio. Other notable economists associated with the Wisconsin school include Walter Heller, Robert J. Lampman, Warren Samuels, and Theodore Schultz.
Further reading. Lampman, Robert J., ed. Economists at Wisconsin, – Madison: Board of Regents of. Robert J. Lampman, ed., Economists at Wisconsin: – (Madison, Wisconsin: Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin, ), 6; Jess Gilbert and Ellen Baker, “Wisconsin Economists and New Deal Agricultural Policy: The Legacy of Progressive Professors,” The Wisconsin Magazine of Hist no.
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Of Econ. Literature, –66 Maldistribution and Interdependent Utilities: Editorial, Journ. Of Income Distribution, Say's Law Extended: An Expository Approach, in Hoover, K. Who's Who in Economics, Edward Elgar.The field of industrial relations in the United States is largely rooted in the early twentieth-century writings of John R.
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