ABSTRACT

Samuel Hollander is widely recognized as one of the most important and controversial historians of economic thought. This second volume collects together essays extending beyond classical economics, the subject with which he is most associated. This collection includes: * studies in Scholastic, Smithian and Marshallian literature * papers on the Co

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Part I BIOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES

chapter 3|4 pages

IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM JAFFÉ, 1898–1980 (1981)

William Jaffé, 1898–1980

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Part II THREE EARLY PAPERS

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Part III ADAM SMITH

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Part IV NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE

chapter 9|43 pages

THE POST-RICARDIAN DISSENSION: A CASE-STUDY IN ECONOMICS AND IDEOLOGY (1980)

A case-study in economics and ideology*

chapter 12|52 pages

THE CORN-LAW PAMPHLET LITERATURE OF 1815:

ByMALTHUS, WEST, RICARDO AND TORRENS (1996)

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Part V MALTHUS

chapter 14|8 pages

NEW EDITIONS OF MALTHUS (1991)

chapter 16|14 pages

MALTHUS’S ABANDONMENT OF AGRICULTURAL PROTECTIONISM: A DISCOVERY IN THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT (1992)

A discovery in the history of economic thought*

chapter 17|6 pages

MORE ON MALTHUS AND AGRICULTURAL PROTECTION

ByPROTECTION (1995)

chapter 18|28 pages

MALTHUS AS PHYSIOCRAT: SURPLUS VERSUS SCARCITY (1995)

Surplus versus scarcity*

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Part VI SHORT REVIEWS

chapter 21|38 pages

SHORT REVIEWS