Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology: A Research Manual

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Warren J. Samuels, Jeff Biddle, Ross B. Emmett
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2006 - 252 páginas
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The series presents materials in two fields, the history of economic thought, and the methodology of economics, both broadly considered. The main annual volumes present articles comparable to what one would find in a journal, except that long pieces are welcome. Also presented are review essays on new works in the two fields, some of which are multiple reviews; plus occasional mini-symposia. The archival supplements present hitherto unpublished materials - lecture notes, papers, longer manuscripts, correspondence, etc.- of interest in the two fields.
*The series presents review essays, multiple reviews and mini symposia on new-works in this field
*Volumes are broad in scope
*The series fills a substantial gap in this field

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Warren J. Samuels (1933-2011) was professor emeritus of economics at Michigan State University and is known for his contributions in the areas of the history of economic thought and the methodology of economics. In addition to his numerous professional articles, his books include Essays on the History of Economics, The Economy as a Process of Valuation, and Economic Thought and Discourse in the Twentieth Century.

Warren J. Samuels is Professor Emeritus, and former Director of Graduate Programs for the Economics Department at Michigan State University. He is former President of the History of Economics Society and former President of the Association for Social Economics. In 1997 he was made Distinguished Fellow, History of Economics Society. Professor Samuels was Editor of the Journal "of Economic Issues" and is presently Co-editor of the "Journal of Income Distribution," He has been on the Editorial Boards of 16 journals, has written or edited over 40 books, and is widely published in top journals.

Jeff E. Biddle is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University. He is widely published in the field of history of economic thought in such journals as "The History of Political Economy," "Journal of Labor Economics," and "American Economic Review,"

John B. Davis is Professor of Economics at Marquette University, and is former President of the History of Economics Society. Professor Davis specializes in history of economic thought and is renowned for his work on John Maynard Keynes. Recently he was a visiting fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge, UK where he conducted research on Keynes' unpublished manuscripts. Davis is Editor of the "Review of Social Economy" and his research has been published in "The Economic Journal," "Cambridge Journal of Economics," "Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics," and "The History of Political Economics,

Frank Hyneman Knight (1885-1972) was one of the original founders of the Chicago School of Economics. He was Morton D. Hall Distinguished Service Professor, Emeritus, of Social Science and Philosophy and was most famous for his work on the distinction between economic risk and uncertainty. He is the author of many works, including Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit; Intelligence and Democratic Action; and Freedom and Reform.

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