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Focusing on the history of economic thought and analysis, History of Political Economy has made significant contributions to the history of economic thought and remains the field's foremost means of communication. In addition to book reviews, each issue contains original research on the development of economic thought, the historical background behind major figures in the history of economics, the interpretation of economic theories, and the methodologies available to historians of economic theory.
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viewing issueVolume 32, Number 4, Winter 2000
Table of Contents
- Patinkin, Johnson, and the Shadow of Friedman
- pp. 733-763
- The Loanable Funds Fallacy in Retrospect
- pp. 789-831
- The Anti-Semitism of Some Eminent Economists
- pp. 833-856
- Reply to Ahiakpor
- pp. 915-918
- Comment on Pearson's " Homo Economicus Goes Native"
- pp. 1017-1025
- Rational Economic Man and the Ignoble Savage
- pp. 1027-1032
- 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
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