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The Economic Thought from Smith to Keynes
The Collected Essays of Takashi Negishi. Volume 3. Economists of the Twentieth Century Series
Modern theory has greatly influenced our reading of the history of economics. This third volume of Negishi's essays gathers together some of his most significant contributions to this subject, drawing as much from seminal works as from material now rarely obtainable. These essays reconsider economic thought in the light of modern theory, from Smith to Marx, and from Marshall to Keynes. Takashi Negishi discusses contributions made both in classical school and marginal revolution literature which are still significant to modern economic theory, and those heralding from Japan which have lacked exposure in the West. This volume will appeal not only to scholars in the history of economic thought, but more generally will interest those economists who are unsatisfied with the current state of economics.
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'Anyone interested in the rational reconstruction of classical or nonclassical economic thought will find much to interest them here.' -- J.E. King, History of Economic Thought