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Paul Samuelson

Master of Modern Economics
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ISBN-13:
9781137568120
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
594
Autor:
Robert A. Cord
Serie:
Remaking Economics: Eminent Post-War Economists
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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A significant part of economics as we know it today is the outcome of battles that took place in the post-war years between Keynesians and monetarists. In the US, the focus of these battles was often between the neo-Keynesians at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Chicago monetarists. The undisputed leader of the MIT Keynesians was Paul A. Samuelson, one of the most influential economists of the 20th century and arguably of all time. Samuelson’s output covered a vast number of subjects within economics, the quality of these


often pioneering contributions unmatched in the modern era.






The volume focuses both on how Samuelson’s work has been developed by others and on how that work fits into subsequent developments in the various fields of speciality within which Samuelson operated.

      1. Introduction- Richard G. Anderson.- 


Part I. Samuelson’s Contribution to Economics: Methodology and Mathematics


 


2. Paul Samuelson’s Ideology and Scientific Economics- J. Daniel Hammond


3. Re-Examining Samuelson’s Operationalist Methodology- D. Wade Hands


4. The Young Paul Samuelson: Mathematics as a Language, the Operational Attitude, and Systems in Equilibrium- Juan Carvajalino


5. Paul Samuelson and My Intellectual Development- Gregory C. Chow


6. Some Correspondence with Paul Samuelson on Economic Theory: An Intimate Memoir- Donald A. Walker


7. Some Correspondence with Paul Samuelson on the History of Economic Thought: An Intimate Memoir- Donald A. Walker


8. The Samuelson Revolution in Australia- Alex Millmow


 


Part II. Samuelson’s Contribution to Economics: Microeconomics and Finance


 


9. Samuelson’s Approach to Revealed Preference Theory: Some Recent Advances- Thomas Demuynck and Per Hjertstrand


10. Paul Samuelson and the Economics of Pass-Through and the Envelope Theorem-  Joseph Farrell

11. Not a Behaviorist: Samuelson’s Contributions to Utility Theory in the Harvard Years, 1936-1940- Ivan Moscati


12. A Short History of the Bergson-Samuelson Social Welfare Function- Herrade Igersheim


13. Climbing Mount Everest: Paul Samuelson on Financial Theory and Practice- Jeremy J. Siegel


14. Paul Samuelson: Three Key Contributions to Finance- Ronald MacDonald


 


Part III. Samuelson’s Contribution to Economics: Macroeconomics, International Trade and Development


 


15. Paul Samuelson and Macroeconomics- K. Vela Vellupillai


16. Keynesian Uncertainty: The Great Divide between Joan Robinson and Paul Samuelson in their Correspondence and Public Exchanges- Harvey Gram with the collaboration of G.C. Harcourt


17. Paul Samuelson, Government, and Monetary Policy: Some Evidence from the Archives- Robert A. Cord

18. Paul A. Samuelson and the Foundation of International Economics- Lall Ramrattan and Michael Szenberg


19. Samuelson’s Contributions to Population Theory and Overlapping Generations in Economics- Ronald Lee


20. Paul Samuelson’s Contributions to Public Economics- Michael J. Boskin


21. Samuelson on Ricardo and on Technical Change- Arnold Heertje


22. Divergence and Convergence: Paul Samuelson on Economic Development- Mauro Boianovsky

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