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An edition of Economics (2014)

Economics

from the dismal science to the moral science, the moral economics of Kendall P. Cochran

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This edition was published in by Eagle Editions, an imprint of the University of North Texas Libraries in Denton.

Written in English

420 pages

"Professor Kendall Cochran was a leader in the American institutionalist school of heterodox economics. This volume includes twenty published articles and book reviews, as well as several talks given by Cochran"--P. iv.

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Economics: from the dismal science to the moral science, the moral economics of Kendall P. Cochran
2014, Eagle Editions, an imprint of the University of North Texas Libraries
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Economics

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Work Description

"Professor Kendall Cochran was a leader in the American institutionalist school of heterodox economics. This volume includes twenty published articles and book reviews, as well as several talks given by Cochran"--P. iv.

Economics

from the dismal science to the moral science, the moral economics of Kendall P. Cochran

Second Edition

This edition was published in by Eagle Editions, an imprint of the University of North Texas Libraries in Denton.


Edition Description

"Professor Kendall Cochran was a leader in the American institutionalist school of heterodox economics. This volume includes twenty published articles and book reviews, as well as several talks given by Cochran"--P. iv.

Table of Contents

Economics, the moral science: Economics as a moral science ; Ethics, values, and the affluent economy ; Academic freedom and tenure : Amarillo College ; The morality of affluence ; Why a social economics?
The need for government policy: Priority problems for the Seventies ; Reactions to a speech by Mr. Ira Corn on the future of business enterprise ; A question of assumptions ; The relevancy of institutional thought: The rules of the game ; Institutional theory and economic planning
Economic theory : from value-free to value-defensive to value-committed ; The epistemological foundations of American institutionalist thought : the role of assumptions in the formation of economic policy ; The instrumentalist foundation for institutionalist economic thought : human direction versus automatism ; The importance of economic education: Every man his own economist ; Goals for economic education ; Economics as a science
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Copyright Date
2015

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Library of Congress
HB97.7 .C63 2015

The Physical Object

Pagination
420 pages
Number of pages
420

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL30837521M
ISBN 10
1680400002
ISBN 13
9781680400007
LC Control Number
2015413238
OCLC/WorldCat
902871168

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