1. An Antiquarian Note on Optimal Tariffs
  2. Murray C. Kemp, Koji Shimomura
  3. pp. 415-420
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  1. A Golden Jubilee Note on Graaff's Optimum Tariff Structures
  2. Edward Tower, John Gilbert
  3. pp. 421-436
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  1. Optimal Tariffs Revisited
  2. J. de V. Graaff
  3. pp. 437-439
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  1. Negotiating at the Boundary: Patinkin vs. Phipps
  2. Ted Gayer, E. Roy Weintraub
  3. pp. 441-471
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  1. Guilt by Association? Lauchlin Currie's Alleged Involvement with Washington Economists in Soviet Espionage
  2. Roger J. Sandilands
  3. pp. 473-515
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  1. Productive Nature and the Net Product: Quesnay's Economies Animal and Political
  2. H. Spencer Banzhaf
  3. pp. 517-551
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  1. The "Secret Concatenation" in the Mid-nineteenth Century: The Case of George Poulett Scrope, a Still Neglected Political Economist
  2. David Stack
  3. pp. 553-584
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  1. Unions and the Natural Standard of Wages: Another Look at "the J. B. Clark Problem"
  2. Donald Stabile
  3. pp. 585-606
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  1. The Puritan Roots of Daniel Raymond's Economics
  2. Donald E. Frey
  3. pp. 607-629
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  1. Luxury, Economic Development, and Work Motivation: David Hume, Adam Smith, and J. R. McCulloch
  2. Mike Marshall
  3. pp. 631-648
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  1. Aquinas and Aristotle's Distinction on Wealth
  2. Joao Luis Cesar das Neves
  3. pp. 649-657
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  1. Curiosities of Early Economic Literature: An Address to His Fellow Members of the Hobby Club of New York
  2. Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman, Luca Fiorito
  3. pp. 659-691
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  1. Fabricating the Keynesian Revolution: Studies of the Inter-war Literature on Money, the Cycle, and Unemployment (review)
  2. Mark Blaug
  3. pp. 693-694
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  1. Comparative Advantage in International Trade: A Historical Perspective (review)
  2. C. J. Bliss
  3. pp. 695-696
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  1. Rousseau's Economic Philosophy: Beyond the Market of Innocents (review)
  2. Anthony Brewer
  3. pp. 696-697
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  1. Post Keynesian Price Theory (review)
  2. Gilles Dostaler
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  1. Studies in Islamic Science and Polity (review)
  2. Shaikh M. Ghazanfar
  3. pp. 699-701
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  1. Politics, Religion and Classical Political Economy in Britain: John Stuart Mill and His Followers (review)
  2. Geoffrey Gilbert
  3. pp. 701-703
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  1. The History of Economic Analysis: Selected Essays (review)
  2. Peter K. Newman
  3. pp. 703-705
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  1. A History of Economic Thought: The LSE Lectures (review)
  2. Peter K. Newman
  3. pp. 705-707
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  1. A History of the Modern Fact: Problems of Knowledge in the Sciences of Wealth and Society (review)
  2. Deborah A. Redman
  3. pp. 708-710
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