Dilemmas in Economic Theory Persisting Foundational Problems of Microeconomics

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  • Author : Michael Mandler Associate Professor of Economics Harvard University
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Pages : 224 pages
  • ISBN : 9780195349207
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Dilemmas in Economic Theory Persisting Foundational Problems of Microeconomics

Dilemmas in Economic Theory   Persisting Foundational Problems of Microeconomics
  • Author : Michael Mandler Associate Professor of Economics Harvard University
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 29 January 1999
GET THIS BOOK Dilemmas in Economic Theory Persisting Foundational Problems of Microeconomics

By examining the development of economics in the 20th century, this book argues that the breakthroughs of post WWII general equilibrium theory and its rejection of utilitarianism and marginal productivity have been misunderstood. Mandler maintains that although earlier neoclassicism deserved criticism, current theory does not adequately address the problems the discarded concepts were designed to solve, and that intractable dilemmas therefore appear.

Dilemmas in Economic Theory

Dilemmas in Economic Theory
  • Author : Michael Mandler
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 25 February 1999
GET THIS BOOK Dilemmas in Economic Theory

By examining the development of economics in the 20th century, this book argues that the breakthroughs of post WWII general equilibrium theory and its rejection of utilitarianism and marginal productivity have been misunderstood. Mandler maintains that although earlier neoclassicism deserved criticism, current theory does not adequately address the problems the discarded concepts were designed to solve, and that intractable dilemmas therefore appear.

Modern Social Contract Theory

Modern Social Contract Theory
  • Author : Albert Weale
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 11 June 2020
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Modern Social Contract Theory provides an exposition and evaluation of major work in social contract theory from 1950 to the present. It locates the central themes of that theory in the intellectual legacy of utilitarianism, particularly the problems of defining principles of justice and of showing the grounds of moral obligation. It demonstrates how theorists responded in a novel way to the dilemmas articulated in utilitarianism, developing in their different approaches a constructivist method in ethics, a method that aimed to

The Flawed Foundations of General Equilibrium Theory

The Flawed Foundations of General Equilibrium Theory
  • Author : Frank Ackerman,Alejandro Nadal,Associate Professor of Global Development Policy Kevin P Gallagher,Kevin P. Gallagher
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 02 August 2004
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This book, as the title suggests, explains how General equilibrium, the dominant conceptual framework in mainstream economics, describes a perfectly impossible world. Even with its counterfactual assumptions taken for granted, it fails on many levels. Under the impressive editorship of Ackerman and Nadal, this book will appeal to students and researchers in economics and related social science disciplines.