Classical Economics Reconsidered
This reconsideration of the macroeconomics, microeconomics, methodology, and social philosophy of the classical economists has been a small gem on the history of economic thought, written in a way accessible to students, while having much to teach scholars. The reissue of this book twenty years after its original publication is a tribute to the enduring relevance of the questions raised during the formative period of economics and to the skill with which the author analyzes them.
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"The discussion of Say's Law is one of the best in the literature and on its own would make the book worthwhile... This is a lively book by a real scholar ... a man who knows his subject and who writes with vigor and with interest."--D. P. O'Brien, Economica "Clearly presented, lucidly written, and informative."--The Economist "It is a well-written and well-organized book. Illuminating insights (and some provocative conclusions) are scattered throughout."--Roger M. Troub, Social Science Quarterly