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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
  • Economics -- History -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Mary S. Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford.
    SeriesAnnual supplement to History of political economy -- v. 30 (1998), History of political economy -- 1998.
    ContributionsMorgan, Mary S., Rutherford, Malcolm, 1948-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 325 p. ;
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15455609M
    ISBN 100822323354
    OCLC/WorldCa40591105

    E. Roy Weintraub Professor Emeritus of Economics. Roy Weintraub was trained as a mathematician though his professional career has been as an economist. Beginning in the early s, his research and teaching activities focused upon the history of the interconnection between mathematics and economics in the twentieth century. This work, in.


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From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism seeks to change assumptions about American economics during the transformative period between the world wars. The twelve essays by respected economists and historians collected here take a precise look at the mechanisms that brought about the shift from pluralism to neoclassicism in American economics.

Offers a collection of twelve essays looking at the mechanisms that brought about the shift from pluralism to neoclassicism in American economics.

This book discusses such topics as the Social Gospel Movement, general education and graduate study in Chicago economics, the Sherman Antitrust Act, and changes in American monetary thought.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: American economics: the character of the transformation / Mary S.

Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford --Clearing the ground: the demise of the social gospel movement and the rise From interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism book neoclassicism in American economics / Bradley W.

Bateman --The patrons of. This book has been cited by the following publications. Simply put, The Puzzle of Modern Economics is an intellectual delight.' Steven N. Durlauf - University of Wisconsin The transformation of US economics, –, viewed through a survey of journal articles.

In From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, eds. Morgan, M. Morgan, Mary S. () From interwar pluralism to post-war neoclassicism. Duke University Press, Durham, USA. ISBN Full text not available from this repository. Citation (with Philip Mirowski) "A Paradox of Budgets: The Postwar Stabilization of American Neoclassical Demand Theory," in From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, M.

Morgan and M. Rutherford (eds.), Duke University Press,[Annual Supplement to Vol. 30 of History of Political Economy].Cited by: Read Volume 30 Issue Supplement of History of Political Economy. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our privacy policy.

This book provides the definitive account of this watershed and traces the evolution of laissez-faire using the cases of its proponents, Frank Knight, Henry Simons, Friedrich von Hayek, Milton Friedman, James Buchanan and Robert Lucas.

A case study of the way in which interwar pluralism transcended to postwar neoclassicism is also : Sherryl Davis Kasper. An annual hardbound supplement to History of Political Economy, these special volumes provide an expanded, in-depth forum for addressed range from econometrics to the role of government, and the implications of economics for religion and art.

Over time that archive has grown and become central to historical research on economics in the postwar period. The papers of Edwin Burmeister, Evsey Domar, Franklin Fisher, Duncan Foley, Lawrence Klein, Franco Modigliani, and Robert Solow, all MIT faculty or students, have attracted scholars from around the by: 4.

This book provides the definitive account of this watershed and traces the evolution of laissez-faire using the cases of its proponents, Frank Knight, Henry Simons, Friedrich von Hayek, Milton Friedman, James Buchanan and Robert Lucas. A case study of the way in which interwar pluralism transcended to postwar neoclassicism is also featured Author: Sherryl Davis Kasper.

Clearing the ground: The demise of the social gospel movement and the rise of neoclassicism in American economics. History of Political Economy 30(Suppl.): 29– In Interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism, ed. M.S. Morgan, and M. Rutherford. A case study of the way in which interwar pluralism transcended to postwar neoclassicism is also featured.

The volume concludes that economists ultimately favored new classical economics due to the theoretical developments it incorporated, although at the same time, since Lucas uncritically adapted some of the ideas and tools of Friedman, an 4/5(1).

Bateman, B.W. Clearing the ground: The demise of the social gospel movement and the rise of neoclassicism in American economics. History of Political Economy 30(Suppl.): 29– In Interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism, ed. M.S. Morgan, and M. Rutherford.

Durham: Duke University Press. Google Scholar. A case study of the way in which interwar pluralism transcended to postwar neoclassicism is also featured. This book provides the definitive account of this watershed and traces the evolution of laissez-faire using the cases of its proponents, Frank Knight, Henry Simons, Friedrich von Hayek, Milton Friedman, James Buchanan and Robert by: 5.

‘I find The Revival of Laissez-Faire informative, especially as a survey of the ideas of the six economists, each of whom was no doubt at the front in the intellectual battle over laissez-faire. The book is a good source on an important slice of twentieth.

From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism (Durham, NC, ), 2 – 4; Márcia L. Balisciano, “Hope for America: American Notions of Economic Planning between Pluralism and Neoclassicism, –,” in ibid., – As Balisciano notes (at ), “In this climate [after the Great Depression], planning developed as a flexible.

studied. Harrison begins the book by quickly sunmmarizing the issues to be ad-dressed: First is the contribution of economics to victory and defeat of the great pow-ers in WWII.

Second is the impact of the war upon the long-run economic trends and postwar institutions in the economies of the great powers [p.

Morgan and M. Rutherford. “American Economics: The Character of the Transfor­mation,” History of Political Econ no. 4, Supplement, From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism (): A. Leopold, “The Conservation Ethic,” in Flader and Callicott, The River of the Mother of God and Other Essays, C.

From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism (Durham: Duke University Press, ), pp. Edmund Kitch, ed. “The Fire of Truth: A Remembrance of Law and Economics at Chicago, ,” Journal of Law and Economics, vol.

26, Aprilpp. Morgan, Mary S. () American economics: the character of the transformation. In: Morgan, Mary S. and Rutherford, Malcolm, (eds.) From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism: Annual Supplement to Vol History of Political Economy. Duke University Press, London, UK, pp.

ISBN   A second narrative emerged in From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism a HOPE conference volume from edited by Mary Morgan, of the London School of Economics, and Malcolm Rutherford, of the University of Victoria.

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Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford (eds.), From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, Annual Supplement to Vol History of Political Economy. Duke University Press, Durham, From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism.

Annual Supplement to Volume 30 of History of Political Economy. Edited (with Mary Morgan). Durham NC: Duke University Press, pp. vi, Classics in Institutional Economics II, 5 vols.

Edited and with an Introduction (with Warren J. Samuels). London: Pickering and Size: KB. 66 (Feb. ) (criticized the book for being "bent on demonstrating the truth of the socialistic theory of economic determinism and class struggle"); Theodore Clark Smith, The Writing of American History in America, From to40 AM.

HIST. REv. In From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, edited by M.S. Morgan and M. Rutherford, Durham: Duke University Press, pp. Bernstein, M.A. 'American economic expertise from the Great War to the Cold War: some initial observations.'. A Future of Capitalism: The Economic Vision of Robert Heilbroner.

New York: St. Martin’s Press, ix + pp. $ (cloth). ISBN: Reviewed for by Ross B. Emmett, Department of Economics, Augustana University College.

A Unified Vision for the Future. Let me begin with two admissions. This specific literature can be considered one of the unfoldings of the broader move in economics, from its interwar pluralism to a postwar neoclassicism (Morgan and Ruttherford ) through the Author: Pedro Garcia Duarte.

One way to characterize the changes is to say that the discipline moved from interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism (Morgan and Rutherford ). Another is to point out that the mainstream experienced a number of "revolutions": the Keynesian revolution, the econometrics revolution, the general equilibrium or formalistic revolution, and so on.4/4(1).

One way to characterize the changes is to say that the discipline moved from interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism (Morgan and Rutherford ). Another is to point out that the mainstream experienced a number of "revolutions": the Keynesian revolution, the econometrics revolution, the general equilibrium or formalistic revolution, and so on.

In Morgan and Rutherford (eds) From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism. Supplement to Vol. 30 of History of Political Economy. Durham, N.C.: Duke University : Thomas C. Leonard. From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism.

Edited by Mary S. Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford. Supplement to volume 30 of HOPE. New Economics and Its History. Edited by John B. Davis. Supplement to volume 29 of HOPE. The Post Internationalization of Economics. Edited by A. Coats. Supplement to volume 28 of HOPE.

Pages in From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, edited by Mary S. Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford. History of Political Economy Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, of Neoclassicism in American Economics,” The Transformation of American Economics: From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, M.

Morgan and M. Rutherford, eds. (HOPE supplement). Durham: Duke University Press. “Theme and Variation: Alfred Marshall on Speculation,” Marshall Studies Bulletin.

File Size: 78KB. Mary Susanna Morgan FBA FRDAAS, is Professor of the History of Economics in the London School of Economics since She graduated from the London School of Economics a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics in and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in /5. Malcolm Rutherford has 36 books on Goodreads with 61 ratings.

Malcolm Rutherford’s most popular book is Institutional Economics: Its Place in Political E. Book Reviews both its assumptions of hedonism and rationality and its preference for a laissez-faire approach regarding government intervention.

Neoclassicism was dominant until the Great Depression, when the challenge of Keynesian economics. But the transformation from “interwar pluralism to postwar neoclassicism” (Morgan and Rutherford ) did not happen in Japan: pluralism was maintained with the presence of Marxism.

The purge of academic collaborators, mostly advocates of seiji keizaigaku, during the War time changed the. Movement and the Rise of Neoclassicism in American Economics” in The Transformation of American Economics: From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, ed.

Mary Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford, Annual Supplement to Vol History of Political Economy (Durham NC: Duke Univ. Press. However, it is important to keep in mind that Skousen wisely titled the book “a tale [not a history!] of two schools of free-market economics.” In writing a tale one is free of historical accuracy.

Moreover, the opposition tale versus history is appropriate for delineating the differences between Skousen’s and an historian’s perspective.

A case for pluralism in economics. John E King. The Economic and Labour Relations Review 1, Share. (Book Review). History of Economics Review (eds) () From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism.

Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Google Scholar. Nersisyan, Y () Money manager capitalism. In: King, JE Cited by: 4.The history of Belgium extends before the founding of the modern state of that name inand is intertwined with those of its neighbors: the Netherlands, Germany, France and most of its history, what is now Belgium was either a part of a larger territory, such as the Carolingian Empire, or divided into a number of smaller states, prominent among them being .conference on the topic, From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism, which took place at Duke University (Morgan and Rutherford ).

Most of the papers presented at this conference deplored the contemporary predominance of the neoclassical approach, conveying.