A Survey of Contemporary Economics

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A Survey of Contemporary Economics

By Howard S. Ellis
Blakiston (for the American Economic Association), 1948
490 pp. $4.75

Authoritative accounts of the development of economic thought in 13 fields during the past decade and a half. Sponsored by the American Economic Association, this book is intended primarily to keep economists abreast of affairs outside their specialties, but it will be of use to anyone who wants to know what economists are thinking about nowadays, especially if his college training stopped with, or short of, Keynes.

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