restricted access   Volume 32, Number 4, Winter 2000

Table of Contents

From: History of Political Economy

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The Significance of John Locke's Medical Studies for his Economic Thought

pp. 711-731

Patinkin, Johnson, and the Shadow of Friedman

pp. 733-763

Wicksell and the Problem of the "Missing" Equation

pp. 765-788

The Loanable Funds Fallacy in Retrospect

pp. 789-831

The Anti-Semitism of Some Eminent Economists

pp. 833-856

The Economic Thought of Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali and St. Thomas Aquinas: Some Comparative Parallels and Links

pp. 857-888

Hawtrey on the Keynesian Multiplier: A Question of Cognitive Dissonance?

pp. 889-908

Hawtrey and the Keynesian Multiplier: A Response to Ahiakpor

pp. 909-913

Reply to Ahiakpor

pp. 915-918

Minisymposium: Homo Economicus

Exploring the Fault Lines: Introduction to the Minisymposium on the History of Economic Anthropology

pp. 919-932

Homo Economicus Goes Native, 1859-1945: The Rise and Fall of Primitive Economics

pp. 933-989

Economics and Barbarism: An Anthropological Comment on Pearson's " Homo Economicus "

pp. 991-998

Anthropology, Economics, and Political Economy: A Critique of Pearson

pp. 999-1009

Rationality or Reasoning? Comment on Heath Pearson's " Homo Economicus Goes Native, 1859-1945"

pp. 1011-1015

Comment on Pearson's " Homo Economicus Goes Native"

pp. 1017-1025

Rational Economic Man and the Ignoble Savage

pp. 1027-1032

Book Reviews

Italian Economists of the 20th Century (review)

pp. 1033-1036

Keynes: A Critical Life (review)

pp. 1036-1037

The Making of Harrod's Dynamics (review)

pp. 1037-1039

Marx's Wage Theory in Historical Perspective: Its Origins, Development, and Interpretation (review)

pp. 1039-1041

The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek. Vol. 5: Good Money, pt. 1: The New World; Vol. 6: Good Money, pt. 2: The Standard (review)

pp. 1041-1045

The Circulation of Capital: Essays on Volume Two of Marx's Capital (review)

pp. 1045-1047

The Economics of Irving Fisher: Reviewing the Scientific Work of a Great Economist (review)

pp. 1047-1048

Art and the Market: Roger Fry on Commerce in Art (review)

pp. 1049-1050