This reference provides an account of the classical approach to economics. It contains 200 short entries in a dictionary format on all the significant areas of this school of thought. Together, the two volumes offer analytical and historical views of old and modern classical economics.Críticas:
'This elegant, handsome, two volume encyclopedia of "classical economics", a collection of roughly 200 alphabetized entries - including short bibliographies - of around 3 to 10 pages each, is very well done indeed... The writing, of a consistently high quality, clear and relatively free of jargon, is a tribute to the editors... Overall, these volumes are a worthy addition to university research libraries, for use primarily by graduate and advanced undergraduate economics students. They should also be -- useful to mainstream economists who want a sophisticated introduction to classical Ricardian and contemporary Sraffian thought.' - David Gleicher, Review of Political Economy 'This Companion is noteworthy for its attention to the international dimension of classical political economy... This set of contributions provides impressive evidence of the richness and variety both of the classical heritage and of the contemporary research lines inspired by the classical tradition.' -- Roberto Scazzieri, The Economic Journal 'The readers of these two marvellous volumes will acquire a very good overview of the actual content of classical economics, as well as the variety of views as to its meaning... Certainly it should be ensured that every university library has a copy...' -- Tony Aspromourgos, History of Economics Review 'This set of two volumes is a valuable reference tool, convenient in its accessibility, its breadth of coverage, and its brevity of treatment. No economics library collection can afford to be without this anthology.' -- Bogdan Mieczkowski, American Reference Books
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