9780415433044

A History of Economic Theory: Essays in Honour of Takashi Negishi

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415433044

  • ISBN10:

    0415433045

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-10
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

This collection, in honour of Takeshi Negishi, analyzes his contributions to the history of economic theory. Economists paying tribute within this volume include Neri Salvadori, Laurence Moss and Joaquim Silvestre.

Table of Contents

Introduction
NegishiG++s Vision: Market Power in General Equilibrium and in the Macroeconomy
NegishiG++s General Equilibrium Approach to Trade Theory: Trade between Similar Countries and Infant Industry Protection
Ricardo on Exhaustible Resources, and the Hotelling Rule
Neo-Ricardian Theory of Differential Rent and Marxian Theory of Exploitation
Alternative Views on Ricardian Trade Theory: Terms of Trade, Gains from Trade, and Unequal Exchang?
The Negishi Method in the History of General Equilibrium Theory
Professor Takashi Negishi and the Austrian School
Keynes and Monetary Economics: Illuminated through WicksellG++s Influences, Keynesian Revolution, and the Microfoundations
JevonsG++ market view through the dynamic trajectories of bilateral exchanges: A radical vision without the demand function
List of Selected Publications by Professor
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