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History of Economics Review

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consistenza fascicoli digitali: n. 31, 2000 – n. 45, 2007
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Punto di servizio: Economia, Riv. Str. 0729
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n. 32, 2000, supplement

H. W. Arndt, Australian Economists

Foreword by Heinz Arndt, p. II
Colin Clark, p. 1
Colin Clark as a Development Economist, p. 6
Sir Leslie Melville, p. 15
Sir John Crawford, p. 18
Sir John Crawford: Return to Academe, p. 31
R. I. Downing: Economist and Social Reformer, p. 40
D. M. Bensusan-Butt, p. 59
Helen Hughes, p. 66
Kurt Singer: Wandering Jewish Scholar, p. 72
Robert Hall, p. 77
James Meade in Australia, p. 79
Australian Economists in the Twentieth Century, p. 82

Tony Aspromourgos, Historical Scholarship and Publication, or – Why Do Commercial Publishers Exist?, p. 1
Ben Fine, Economics Imperialism and Intellectual Progress: The Present As History of Economic Thought, p. 10
John Shipp, Commercial Scholarly Publishing: the Devil Incarnate or Divine Saviour?, p. 37
Malcolm Treadgold, An Early Estimate of the Value of Australia’s Stock of Human Capital, p. 46

Boris Salazar, How Rational is Popper’s Rationality Principle? A Critical Note On Oakley, p. 58
Allen Oakley, How Rational is Popper’s Rationality Principle? A Reply to Boris Salazar, p. 63

Peter Groenewegen, Exemplary Economists of the Twentieth Century: a Review Article of 36 Economists’ Autobiographies, p. 67
Phillip Anthony O’Hara, Money and Credit in Marx’s Political Economy and Contemporary Capitalism, p. 83
John Pullen, The Quest for the Canon: Holy Grail or Empty Economic Box?, p. 96

Reviews, p. 106

John F. Henry, Adam Smith and the Theory of Value: Chapter Six Reconsidered, p. 1
Richard Kleer, The Role of Teleology in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, p. 14
Rob Knowles, Political Economy From Below: Communitarian Anarchism as a Neglected Discourse in Histories of Economic Thought, p. 30
Alex Millmow, Revisiting Giblin: Australia’s First Proto-Keynesian Economist?, p. 48

Graeme S. Dorrance, Economists Who Have Influenced Me, p. 68

G. C. G. Moore, Ruskin on Political Economy, or ‘Being Preached to Death by a Mad Governess’, p. 70
Allen Oakley, Frontiers of Post-Keynesian and Other Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honour of Geoff Harcourt, p. 79

Review, p. 91
HETSA Conference, p. 95

John Creedy, D. P. O’Brien and the History of Economic Analysis, p. 1
Allen Oakley, Economics and the Origin of Popper’s Situational Analysis, p. 25
Imad A. Moosa, Misinterpreting Gustav Cassel: Origins and Implications for the Contemporary Literature, p. 41
Michael McLure, Pareto on the Cause of Value: Maurice Dobb’s Partial Assessment, p. 56
Sravros A. Drakopoulos, Anastassios D. Karayannis, Mainstream Consumer Theory: Delay, Acceptance and History of Economic Thought Texts, p. 68
Peter Groenewegen, Reflections on the Centenary of John Bates Clark -‘The Distribution of Wealth’ (1899), p. 82


Guest Editor: Selwyn Cornish, Australian National University
Nicholas Brown, ‘It’s a Case of Using Any Stick to Beat a Dog’: R. I. Downing, the Keynesian Revolution and Reconstruction, p. 90
Tim Rowse, Coombs the Keynesian, p. 108
Selwyn Cornish, Sir Leslie Melville: Keynesian or Pragmatist?, p. 126
Heinz W. Arndt, Australian Economics in the Twentieth Century: Comment, p. 151

Michael Emmett Brady, A Note Correcting Several Mathematical Errors in Skidelsky’s John Maynard Keynes (1992), p. 154

Richard Holt, Steven Pressman, The Dissent of Economists: A Response to Courvisanos and Jones, p. 155
Tony Aspromourgos, What Is Classical Economics?, p. 159
Ray Petridis, The Leisure Class in the Twenty First Century, p. 169

Reviews, p. 174
HETSA Conference, p. 181

Mathieu Carlson, Adam Smith’s Support for Money and Banking Regulation: A Case of Inconsistency?, p. 1
Michael J. Gootzeit, Marshall’s vs Wicksell’s Theory of the Cumulative Process, p. 16
Michel De Vroey, J. R. Hicks on Equilibrium and Disequilibrium: Value and Capital Revisited, p. 31
Milan Zafirovski, How ‘Neo-Classical’ is Neoclassical Economics? With Special Reference to Value Theory, p. 45
Imad A. Moosa, George towadros, The Monetary Model of Exchange Rates in the History of Economic Thought, p. 70
Sean Turnell, Monetary Reformers Abroad: Australian Economists at the Ottawa and World Economic Conferences, p. 81
Robert Leeson, The Phillips Controversy: A Further Reply to Chapple, p. 97
Simon Chapple, The challenge on Phillips, p. 107

Evelyn L. Forget, A Note on the Etyrnology of Hearn’s ‘Olbology’, p. 111

Jerry Courvisanos, The Dissent of Economists, p. 112
Evan Jones, The Multifarious Character of Dissent, p. 121

Reviews, p. 130

John Creedy, The Development of the Theory of Exchange, p. 1
Anthony Waterman, David Hurne on Technology and Culture, p. 46
John King, From Giblin to Kalecki: The Export Multiplier and the Balance of Payments Constraint on Economic Growth, 1930-1933, p. 62
Simon Chapple, Bill Phillips’s Big Trade-off, p. 72
Robert Leeson, The Demise Of the High Inflation Trade-off Interpretation: A Reply to Chapple, p. 87
Ajit Sinha, Hollander’s ‘Marx and Malthusianism’: A Critique, p. 104
Anastassios D. Karayiannis, Selectivity Criteria in the Historiography of Economics, p. 113
John F. Henry, Keynes, Hayek, and ‘Religion’ as a Necessary Social Institution, p. 126

Review articles, p. 129
HETSA Conference, p. 152

Guest Editor: Rpbert Leeson
Robert Leeson, Introduction, p. 2
Warren Samuels, Journal Editing in the History of Economic Thought, p. 3
Craufurd Goodwin, Some Reflections on Editing History of Political Economy, p. 6
Vincent Tarascio, Selection Criteria in the History of Economic Thought, p. 12

Alan Treloar, John Pullen, Hearn’s ‘Plutology’ or Hearn’s ‘Olbology’?, p. 16
Douglas Vickers, Marx, Money and Modern Themes, p. 21
John King, Oxford Versus Cambridge on How to Pay for the War: A Comment on Littleboy, p. 37
Craig Freedman, Countervailing Egos – Stigler Versus Galbraith, p. 50
John Lauren, Keynes and Darwin, p. 76

Review articles, p. 94
HETSA Conference, p. 101

Guest Editor: Tony Endres
Shigeki Tomo, On the Development of Böhm-Bawerk’s Interest Theory from ‘Fisherian’ to ‘Wicksellian’, p. 1
J. Patrick Gunning, Ludwig von Mises’s Transformation of the Austrian Theory of Value and Cost, p. 11
Allen Oakley, Epistemological Problems of human agency in Mises’s Subjectivism, p. 21
Chikako Nakayama, The Process of collaboration between Oskar Morgenstern and John von Neumann, p. 40
Chris Guest, Hayek on Government Two Views or One?, p. 51
Jeremy Shearmur, Hayek, Keynes and the State, p. 68
Gillis Maclean, Fritz Machlup’s Quasi-Subjectivism: An Uneasy Marriage between Austrian Economics and Logical Empiricism, p. 83

Michael McLure, ‘Rationality, Individualism and Public Policy’ in the Light of Pareto, p. 94
Paul Flatau, Fair Wages and Just Outcomes: Marshall and Pigou on the Labour Market and Redistribution, p. 109
Ajit Sinha, Productive/Unproductive Labour: A Note on Marx’s Critique of Adam Smith, p. 125
Alex Millmow, Uncovering a ‘touch of Genius’: Keynes’s Dealings With the Australian Underworld, p. 131
Michael Brady, Decision Making Under Uncertainty in the Treatise on Probability: Keynes’ Mathematical Solution of the 1961 Ellsberg Two Color Ambiguous Urn Ball Problem in 1921, p. 136
Michael Brady, The Development of Keynes ‘Theories of Risk in Chapters 26 and 29 of the Treatise on Probability, p. 143

Review Articles, p. 146
James E. Alvey, Postmodern ‘Readings’ of Adam Smith’s ‘Discourse’, p. 155
Evan Jones, What Do Economists Do, Who Are They, and Does It Matter?, p. 179

HETSA Conference, p. 191

Guest Editors: Athol Fitzgibbons, Bruce Littleboy
Rod O’Donnell, John Maynard Keynes: Yesterday, today and tomorrow, p. 1
Gilles Dostaler, The Formation of Keynes’s Vision, p. 14
Peter Rosner, Can we Consider the Keynesian Revolution to be Scientific Progress?, p. 32
Peter Sheehan, Economics Beyond the Neoclassical Synthesis: Rediscovering Keynes’s Enterprise, p. 45
Robert Leeson, Keynesian Misjudgments about Strikes and Inflation, p. 67
Athol Fitzgibbons, The Logic of Post Keynesian Economics, p. 72
Robert Skidelsky, The Influence of the Great Depression on Keynes’s General Theory, p. 78
Bruce Littleboy, The Wider Significance of « How to Pay for the War », p. 88
Tony Lawson, Hayek and Keynes: A Commonality, p. 96
Peter Groenewegen, Marshall and Keynes: A Survey of Some Recent Literature, p. 115
Steven Kates, Keynes, Say’s Law and the Theory of the Business Cycle, p. 119
Samuel Hollander, Malthus and Keynes: Some Recent Secondary Literature, p. 127
Michael E. Brady, A Comparison-Contrast of J. M. Keynes ‘Mathematical Modeling Approach in the General Theory with some of his General Theory Interpreters, especially J. E. Meade, p. 129
Jerry Courvisanos, Keynes and Keynesians on Investiment Decision-Making: A Behavioural Perspective, p. 159
Colin Rogers, Self-fulfilling Expectations and The General Theory, p. 172
Victoria Chick, Equilibrium and Determination in Open Systems: The Case of the General Theory, p. 184
Dick Staveley, Some Reflections on Keynes’s « Choice of Units », p. 189
Michael E. Brady, J. M. Keynes’ « Safety First » Approach: Decision Making Under Risk in the Treatise on Probability (1921), p. 204

Guest Editor: Colin Rogers
Geoffrey C. Harcourt, A « Second Edition » of The General Theory, p. 210
Rod O’Donnell, What Can Economist Learn from Keynes’s Philosophy?, p. 213
Peter Kriesler, Keynes After Sixty Years, p. 217
Paul Dalziel, The Relevance of the Keynesian Multiplier Process after Sixty Years, p. 221

Robert Leeson, The Rise and Fall of the Phillips Curve in British Policy-Making Circles, p. 232
Robert Leeson, The Rise of the Natural-Rate of Unemployment Model, p. 249
Robert Leeson, Language and Inflation, p. 265

The Sydney Reviews, p. 276

Steven Medema, Ronald Caose on Economics and Economic Method
Robert Dimand, Macroceconomics With and Without Keynes
Simon Chapple, Effective Demand in Kalecki’s Early Macroeconomics
Michael Brady, A Study of J.M. Keynes’ Marshallian-Pigouvian Elasticity Approach in Chapter 20 and 21 of the GT
Henry Hilton, Leon Walras on Money and Banking
Geoffrey Fishburn, Henry Fawcett: His Role in the Darwinian Revolution
Paul Oslington, Kim Hawtrey, Some Questions and a Bibliography on the Relationship between Economics and Christianity
Robert Dimand, Carl Menger, Crown Prince Rudolf, and Piblic Policy: A Liberal Critique of Feudal Privilege
Heinz Arndt, James Meade: 1907-1995
Robert Leeson, Keynes and Einstein

Review Essay

Tony Endres, Conceptions of Competition in Austrian Economics Before Hayek
Peter Doherty, Endogeneity in Wicksell’s Monetary Theory
Kyle Bruce, Scientific Management and the American Planning Experience of WW1: The Case of the War Industries Board
Rod O’Donnell, A Supplementary Edition of J.M. Keynes’s Writings: Rationale, Nature and Significance
Steven Kates, Crucial Influences on Keynes’s Understanding of Say’s Law
Malcolm Treadgold, John Pullen, Henry George in Northern New South Wales: Newspaper Accounts of Two Lectures
Barley Rosse, Marina Rosse, A Comparison of Comparative Economic Anthropologies
Warren Samuels, Richard Reeves’s Study of the Kennedy Presidency: Implications for Studying Economics and the History of Economic Though
Robert Leeson, Fisher and Phillips
Robert Leeson, J. Harold Wilson, Economist: Obituary Note
Peter Burn, Bruce Littleboy, The Eighth HETSA Conference

Review Essay

Grant A. Fleming, Some Problems in Interpreting Citation Practices in the Economic Record, 1925-1946
Mary Ann Dimand, C.L. Dodgson, Public Choice, and The Mathematics of Porportional Representation
Evan Jones, The Tyranny of A priorism in Economic Thought
Robert Leeson, Some Misunderstandings Concerning the Contributions Made by A.W.H. Phillips and R.G. Lipsey to the Inflation-Unemployment Literatur
Nancy J. Wulwick, Notes on Reading a Text: A Response to Robert Leeson
Robert Leeson, The Phillips Curve Paradox and the Smallest Probability in the History of Economic Research
Grant A. Fleming, Metzler and the History of Economics: A Preliminary Investigation of the LLoyd Metzler Papers

News from Japan
Review Essay

John Gordon, In Memoriam: Barry Lewis
Steven Kates, The Malthusian Origins of the General Theory, or How Keynes Came to Write a Book About Say’s Law and Effective Demand
James S. Earley, Schumpeter and Keynes: Dissimilar « Twin Revolutionists »
Michael Emmett Brady, Keynes, Pigou and the Supply Side of the General Theory
William Darity Jr, Many Roads to Extinction: Early AEA Economists and the Black Disappearance Hypothesis
Terence Hutchison, White on hte Irish Factor in « Jevon’s Statistics: a Rebuttal »
Michael V. White, A Five Per Cent Racist? Rejoinder to Professor Hutchison
Terence Hutchison, Three Strikes Against White
John King, A Conversation with craugurd Goodwin
john Lodewijks, A Conversation with John Nevile

HETSA Business Meeting – Seventh Conference
News From Japan
Eighth HETSA Conference
Review Essay

Barry Gordon, Aristotelian Economic Analysis and the Medieval Schoolmen
Allen Oakley, Human Agency and Methodology in Classical Political Economy
Philip Mirowski, What Could Mathematical Rigor Mean? Three Reactions to Godel in mid-20th Century Economics
John Moorehouse, A Critical Review of Mises on Mathematical Economics
John Nightingale, Solving Marshall’s Problem with the Biological Analogy
Phillip O’Hara, Veblen’s Analysis of Business, Industry and the Limits of Capital
Simon Chapple, Kalecki’s Theory of the Business Cycle and the General Theory
Gillian Hewitson, An Intellectual History of Money Endogeneity Theory
Robert Dimand, The Dance of the Dollar: Irving Fisher’s Monetary Theory of Economic Fluctuations

The Seventh HETSA Conference
Review Essay

Terence Hutchison, ‘Ricardian Politics’ Another Version of Ricardian Hagiography?
Chris Nyland, Poulain de la Barre and the Rationalist Analysis of the Status of Women
Mary Ann Dimand, Lewis Carroll, Political Economist
Vincent J. Tarascio, Pareto’s Sociological Model of Man
Michel Prum, Capital Pre-Visited
Friz Efaw, Some Notes on the History of Probabilism in Economics
Michael White, The ‘Irish Factor’ in Jevons’ Statistics: A Note
Bruce MacFarlane, Halevi, Laibman and Nell Beyond the Steady State: A Revival of Growth Theory


Geoff Harcourt, Is Keynes Dead?
John Creedy, Cournot on Trade between Regions
Chris Guest, The Role of Government in the Political Economy of John Locke
Roger Pitcher, John Pullen, Malthus on Classical Languages and Corporal Punishment
Joseph Halevi, Marxism and Post-Keynesian Economics
John Shaw, The Development of Verdoorn’s Law
Rick Szostak, The History of Art and the Art in Economics
dhammika Dharmapala, Ricardo on the RElationship between Pricing and Distribution
Bruce McFarlane, Michal Kalecki – More Biographical Notes

Review Essay

Craufurd Goodwin, Political Economy and Civil Society
Tim Robinson, Cassel’s Contribution to the Economic Theory of Exhaustible Resources
Elias Khalil, Marx’s Understanding of the Essence of Capitalism
William Coleman, The New Deal’s New Gold Policy: A Case Study in the Power of (old) Ideas
Alex Millmow, The Evolution of J.M. Keynes’ Wage and Employment Policy 1920-1946

News from Japan
Review Essay

John Laurent, Evolution and Organic Analogy in R.F. Irvine’s Economics
Robert Dimand, Cranks, Heretics and Macroeconomics in the 1930s
Neil Hart, Returns to Scale and Marshallian Economics
Michael White, Perfidious Giffen
Jan Toporowski, Two Enigmas in Kalecki’s Methodology
John Baxley, John Moorhouse, The Mathematics of Kalecki’s Early MacroDynamics: A Research Note
Donald Winch, Adam Smith: The Prophet of Free Enterprise?
Jack Brown, Hirshleifer on Smith
Richard Nolan, Getting Adam Smith Right
John Lodewijks, Sidney Weintraub and the Noxious Influence of Authority
Adrian Warner, Appraising Weintraub’s Appraisal
Neil Hart, Marshall and the Development of Economic Thought: A Note

Joseph J. Spengler (1902-1991)

From the Editor

Peter Groenewegen, John Pullen HETSA Editor, 1987-1991
Gregory Moore, A Biographical Sketch of John Kells Ingram
Craig Freedman, The Classical Garden of Costless Competition

The Sixth HETSA Conference
Review Essay

Mason Barnett, The Papers of Oskar Morgenstern in the Manuscript Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University
John Lodewijks, The Oskar Morgenstern Papers

Sixth HETSA Conference
Review Essay

Michael Schneider, Sismondi and Laissez Faire: An Introduction
John Lodewijks, Sidney Weintraub, the English Dons, and an Unpublished Obituary of Harrod
Mason Barnett, The Papers of Carl Menger in the Manuscript Department, William R. Perkins Library, Duke University
John Pullen, The Teaching of the History of Economic Thought at the University of New England
Sixth HETSA Conference
Third Conference of the Association Charles Gide, September 1989
A New Journal for Methodologists
Essays on Classical political Economy
Review Essay

Report of the Fifth HETSA Conference

Eugene Kamenska, An After-Dinner Address
Mendel Weisser, The Concept of a Duty of Excise in the Continental Public Finance Literature of the 1890s
Garry Barrett, Equilibrium Business Cycle Theory: A Case Study of Research Agenda Setting in Macroeconomics
Nancy J. Wulwick, How Does Methodology Matter?
Benjamin Higgins, Australian Economics and the History of Economic Thought

Centre for the Study of the History of Economic Thought
Report of the HETSA Business Meeting Hled at the Fifth HETSA Conference, Canberra, July 4, 1989
History of Economics Society Dissertation Award
Essays on the Scottish Enlightenment

L. Haddad, List Revisited: Dynamic Consideration of Trade and Protection
Barry Gordon, What is an Excise Duty? Nineteenth Century Literature and the Australian Constitution


John Burgess, Harrod’s Contribution to Growth Theory: A Commemoration

Grant Fleming, Professional Economists in Government: Assessing the Use of Oral History as a Source of Evidence
John Pullen, Jonathan Baldry, Malthus’ Production Function
Garry Barrett, Equilibrium Business Cycle Theory in Historical Perspective

Unted Kingdom
United States
Fifth Biennial Conference of the History of Economic though Society of Australia
Australian Dissertations: First Supplement
INDEX TO THE HETSA BULLETIN, Nos 1-10, 1981-1988

Peter Groenewegen, Alfred Marshall and Australian Economics
Michael V. White, That God-Forgotten Thornton and the Laws of Supply and Demand
John Lodewijks, The Division of Labour Economics
Theses and Dissertions on the History of Economic Thought and the Methodology of Economics, presented at Australian Universities for Bachelor-Honours and Higher Degrees
Peter Groenewegen, The Economic Society’s facsimile edition of the Australian Economist 1888-1898, edited by N.G. Butlin, V.W. Fitzgerald and R.H. Scott

Peter Earl, Unexploited Scope for Quantitative Work in the History of Economic Thought
Michael White, The Intangible and Fugitive Nature of « Consumption Demand: William Whewell and Giffen Goods »
Simon Chapple, Harrod, Kalecki and the Foreign Trade Multiplier
John Lodewijks, George Argyrous, The Historian of Thought and Modern Economics
John Pullen, A Major Discovery of Malthus Manuscripts

NOTICES A call for archival material

Abstracts of Papers from the Fourth HETSA Conference, University of Newcastle, May 1987

M.P. Carter, The Compleat Historian of Economic Thought
M. White, Jevons’ Charge of The Noxious Influence of Authority: « A Note »
J. Lodewijks, Teaching and Examining the History of Economic Thought at Duke University
J. Pullen, Reminiscences of Patricia James (1917-1987)

News of other H.E.T. societies

EDITORIAL: A New Beginning

Minutes of the Business Meeting of the Third Conference: La Trobe, 1985
Michael Schneider, A Summary Record of the Third HETSA Conference

News From Japan
Fourth Biennial Conference: Newcastle 1987
Papers and Correspondence of W.S. Jevons
John Maynard Keynes: A Personal Biography

M. Milgate, John Maynard Keynes: A Centenary Estimate (Paper given at the symposium on three centenaries in economics at the 2nd HETSA Conference, May 1983)
A.Y.C. Koo, W.J. Samuels, Marshall on Balanced Growth from the Supply Side: A note
Peter Groenewegen, An Unpublished Letter of Alfred Marshall
Geoff Harcourt, The End of an Era: Joan Robinson (1903-1983) and Piero Sraffa (1898-1983)
P. Williams, Robert skidelsky on Keynes
P. Greonewegen, D. Whynes, Invitation to Economics

Third HETSA Conference La Trobe University 17-20 May, 1985 – Preliminary Program Outline
A new Journal of interest to historians of economics

Editor’s Introduction
Second HETSA Conference, Sydney Official Programme
List of Registrants

P.D. Groenewegen, A Summary Record of the Proceedings of the Second Conference
P.D. Groenewegen, Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1833-1950) A Centenary Tribute
M. Schneider, History of Economic Thought Conference, Duke University, 23-26 May 1982
G.C. Harcourt, abbreviated by M. Schneider, Reflections on the Development of Economics as a Discipline

The Society for the History of Economic Thought, Japan Annual Meeting 1982
Recent Activities of the Society for the History of Economic Thought, Japan
B.J. McFarlane, P.D. Groenewegen, Quesney, ‘Farmers’ (1756) and Turgot, ‘Sur La Grande et La Petite Culture (1766)

Editor’s Introduction
Second HETSA Conference, Sydney

P.D. Groenewegen, History of Economic Thought in the Faculty of Economics, Sydney University
J.H. Reeves, History of Economic Thought at the Eleventh Conference of Economists, Adelaide, August 1982
W.J. Samuels, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology
T. Tanaka, Recent Activities of the Society for the History of Economic Thought, Japan
B.J. McFarlane, I. Bradley and M. Howard (eds.) Classical and Marxian Political Economy: Essays in Honour of Ronald L. Meek
P.D. Groenewegen, D.P. O’Brien and J.R.Presley (eds.) Pioneers of Modern Economics

Editor’s Introduction
Second HETSA Conference, Sydney
J A LaNauze, Graham Shardalow Lee Tucker (1924-1980) – Some Memories of the 1950s

G S L Tucker’s Bibliography

H W Arndt, The Development Objective in Western Colonial Theory
P Groenewegen, History of Economic Thought Conferences: – Oxford
J C Wood, History of Economic Thought Conference: – Michigan State University
M Schneider, A Note on the Teaching of HET at La Trobe
T Tanaka, Correspondence: Annual Meeting (1981) of the History of Economic Thought Society, Japan
A W Coats, correspondence: Letter from Britain