Contemporary Economic Thought.

HOMAN Paul T. (1928.)

£150.00  [First Edition]

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First edition. 8vo. x, [2], 475, [1] pp. Original black cloth, printed paper label to spine, fore and bottom edges untrimmed, dust jacket (some trivial wear to extremities of jacket, spine panel faintly toned, notwithstanding a near fine copy). New York and London, Harper & Brothers Publishers.

An introductory work on the thought of five great economists: John Bates Clark, Thornstein Veblen, Alfred Marshall, John A. Hobson, and Wesley C. Mitchell. The book was positively reviewed upon publication in The Quarterly Journal of Economics by the great Chicago economist Frank H. Knight, who wrote that Homan's 'selection, presentation, and characterization of the essential ideas which the economists mentioned stand for will doubtless come as near to commanding assent from fair-minded readers of all schools as could be done by any one man treating of the work of others'.

Stock Code: 244106

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