Table of contents for Markets, money and capital : Hicksian economics for the 21st century / edited by Roberto Scazzieri, Amartya K. Sen, and Stefano Zamagni.
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Between theory and history: on the identity of Hicks's economics Roberto Scazzieri and Stefano Zamagni; Part I. The Intellectual Heritage of John Hicks: 1. Hicks on liberty Amartya Sen; 2. An economist even greater than his high reputation Paul A. Samuelson; 3. Hicks's 'conversion' - from J. R. to John Luigi L. Pasinetti and Ganpaolo Mariutti; 4. Dear John, dear Ursula (Cambridge and LSE, 1935): 88 letters unearthed Maria Cristina Marcuzzo and Eleonora Sanfilippo; 5. John Hicks and his publishers Andrew Schuller; 6. Hicks in reviews, 1932-1989: from 'The Theory of Wages' to 'A Market Theory of Money' Warren Young; Part II. Markets: 7. John Hicks and the emptiness of general equilibrium theory Christopher J. Bliss; 8. Hicks vs. Marx? On the theory of economic history Pierluigi Ciocca; 9. Hicks's notion and use of fix-price and flex-price Marcello De Cecco; 10. On the Hicksian definition of income in applied economic analysis Paolo Onofri and Anna Stagni; Part III. Money: 11. Historical stylizations and monetary theory Alberto Quadrio Curzio and Roberto Scazzieri; 12. Hicks: money, prices and credit management Omar Hamouda; 13. Core, mantle and industry: a monetary perspective of Banks' capital standards Rainer Masera; 14. A suggestion for simplifying the theory of asset prices Carlo D'Adda and Riccardo Cesari; Part IV. Capital and dynamics: 15. 'Distribution and economic progress' after 70 years Robert M. Solow; 16. Flexible saving and economic growth Mauro Baranzini; 17. The economics of nonlinear cycles Piero Ferri; 18. Perspective on a Hicksian non-linear theory of the trade cycle Kumaraswamy Vela Velupillai; 19. Capital, growth and production disequilibria: on the employment consequences of new technologies Harald Hagemann; 20. Capital and time Erich Streissler; 21. Sequential analysis and out-of-equilibrium paths Mario Amendola and Jean-Luc Gaffard.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Hicks, John, -- 1904-1989.
Economists -- Great Britain.