By Alfred Marshall, John K. Whitaker
This is often the 3rd of a three-volume paintings constituting a entire, scholarly version of the correspondence of the English economist, Alfred Marshall (1842-1924), one of many top figures within the improvement of economics and the founding father of the Cambridge university of Economics. The variation fills a long-standing hole within the background of financial inspiration with hitherto unpublished fabric. scholars will locate it a easy source for realizing the advance of economics and different social sciences within the interval in view that 1870. particularly, it presents a lot new information regarding Marshall's perspectives on monetary, social and political matters, his struggles to advertise the instructing of economics on the collage of Cambridge, and his relatives with colleagues in Cambridge and in different places. Marshall's letters are awesome for his or her frankness and spontaneity.
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S. G. ). 2 N. G. Pierson, Principles of Economics, Volume I (Macmillan, London, 1902). The second and final volume was published only in 1912. 3 That is, the Table of Contents. 4 Separate parts. 5 Word apparently omitted. 6 See N. G. Pierson, 'Index Numbers and Appreciation of Gold', Economic Journal, 5 (September 1895), pp. 329-35; 'Further Considerations of Index Numbers', Economic Journal, 6 (March 1896), pp. 127-31. F. Y. Edgeworth, 'A Defence of Index Numbers', Economic Journal, 6 (March 1896), pp.
Walras, Leon (1834-1910). French economist (*). Ward, Adolphus William (1837-1924). Historian, literary scholar, and academic administrator (**). Ward, James (1843-1925). Philosopher and psychologist (*). Webb, Beatrice (1858-1943). Student and reformist critic of economic, political, and administrative institutions (*). Webb, Sydney James (1859-1947). Husband and inseparable co-worker and co-organizer with the above (*). Westcott, Brooke Foss (1825-1901). Theologian and churchman (*•). Westlake, John (1828-1913).
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