What People Want: The Concept of Utility from Bentham to Game Theory
Juta and Company Ltd, 1999 - 382 sayfa
This guide takes the reader on an intriguing journey to trace the origins of political economy - a phrase that recently came back into vogue as economists and political and moral philosophers rediscovered shared concerns.
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The Concept of Utility and the Birth of Economics
John Stuart Mill
William Stanley Jevons
Dennis H Robertson
Dennis H Robertson
Demand and Utility
Ends and Means
Twentieth Century Welfare Economics
The Numerical Representation of Ordered Classifications and
The Problem of Aggregating Utility
Cardinalisation at last
Benthams Problem Narrowed
the Great Wall
Arrows Mathematical Politics
A New Conceptual Framework
Materialist Conceptions of Value
Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren 1930
Benthams Problem Solved Unsolved or Dissolved?
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