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Title Revisiting Classical Economics : Studies in Long-Period Analysis.
Imprint Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource (347 pages)
Series Routledge Studies in the History of Economics
Routledge studies in the history of economics.
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Subject Classical school of economics.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; 1 Revisiting Classical economics: an introduction; Part I Classical economics and modern theory; 2 Input-output analysis from a wider perspective: a comparison of the early works of Leontief and Sraffa; 3 In favour of rigour and relevance: a reply to Mark Blaug; Part II On Sraffa''s contribution; 4 Spurious ''margins'' versus the genuine article; 5 Piero Sraffa: economic reality, the economist and economic theory -- an interpretation.
6 On a proof of Sraffa''s7 Keynes, Sraffa, and the latter''s secret skepticism -- Part III Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities in its making; 8 On the collaboration between Sraffa and Besicovitch: the ''proof of gradient''; 9 Sraffa on von Bortkiewicz: reconstructing the classical theory of value and distribution; 10 Sraffa''s equations ''unveiled''? A comment on Gilibert; 11 On the beginnings of Sraffa''s path to Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities: a comment on De Vivo; Part IV Growth and distribution; 12 Endogenous growth in a stylised ''classical'' model.
13 Pasinetti versus Rebelo: two different models or just one?Part V Exhaustible resources; 14 Ricardo on exhaustible resources, and the Hotelling Rule; 15 Exhaustible resources: rents, profits, royalties and prices; 16 The ''classical'' approach to exhaustible resources: Parrinello and the others; Index.
Summary The financial crisis and the economic crisis that followed triggered a crisis in the subject of economics, as it is typically being taught today especially in macroeconomics and related fields. A renewed interest in earlier authors, especially the classical economists from Adam Smith to David Ricardo and John Maynard Keynes, developed. This book may also be seen as a response to this interest. What can we learn from the authors mentioned, what we could not learn from the mainstream?This volume contains a selection of essays which deepens and widens the understanding of the cla.
Other Author Salvadori, Neri.
Other Title Print version: Kurz, Heinz D. Revisiting Classical Economics : Studies in Long-Period Analysis. Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014