Titel: The scope and method of political economy.
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Combining a mastery of formal logic with erudition in economics, the father of John Maynard Keynes produced perhaps the best statement of the logical character of classical economics ever made. It not only reviews the famous nineteenth-century Methodenstreit between Menger and Schmoller, but "faithfully reflects the conciliatory methodological attitude of the leading neoclassical writers ... [it remains] the starting point for reading in methodology" (M. Blaug Economic Theory in Retrospect).About the Author:
John Neville Keynes (1852-1949) was an economist and father to the late John Maynard Keynes. He was also university lecturer in moral science and late fellow of Pembroke College at the University of Cambridge as well as late examiner in political economy at the University of London. One of his famous arguments was dividing the idea of Economy into three parts: positive economy, normative economy, and the "art of economics." He is most known for his Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic.
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