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A.C.Pigou: Journal Articles: 2 Volume Set (1902-1922 and 1923-1953)

A.C.Pigou: Journal Articles: 2 Volume Set (1902-1922 and 1923-1953) (Hardback)

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Following the successful publication in 1999 of the 14-volume Collected Economic Writings of A.C.Pigou , in which all his major books and some of his important essays and lectures were included, Palgrave Macmillan now offers a selection of his journal articles, which appeared between 1902 and 1953, mainly in the Economic Journal . His development as a formidable analyst seems to have been rapid and the collection includes many thoughtful and extended treatments of important economic questions of the day, but the collection also includes some short 'answers' to criticisms, reviews of major books and his famous sharp 1936 review of Keynes' General Theory of Employment . The two volumes in this set are library-bound and match the Collected Economic Writings .

BusinessEconomicsEssays & WritingEssays & Journalism Publisher: Palgrave USA Publication Date: 11/11/2002 ISBN-13: 9781403904249  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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ARTHUR CECIL PIGOU (1877-1959) was the leading British economist of the two decades before World War II. His writings extended over 50 years and covered a wide range of economic subjects. He is best known for his contributions to the theory of economic welfare. A student under Alfred Marshall at Cambridge and his successor as Professor of Political Economy, he was responsible for communicating Marshallian orthodoxy to the next generation of Cambridge economists. As a result, he became the main target for the new thinking of Keynes' General Theory (1936), being held up as an example of all that was wrong with classical macroeconomics. Today, his importance in shaping the modern discipline is firmly established and he is universally regarded as a figure of first distinction in the history of economics.

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