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Published by Almquist [and] Wicksell in Stockholm .
Written in English

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  • Wicksell, Knut, -- 1851-1926

  • Edition Notes

    Abridged English version of Knut Wicksell, rebell i det nya riket.

    StatementTranslated from the Swedish by Nancy Adler.
    SeriesActa Universitatis Stockholmiensis: Stockholm economic studies., New series, 2, Stockholm economic studies. New series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination354 p. illus., ports.
    Number of Pages354
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15100546M

      Selected Papers on Economic Theory book. By Knut Wicksell. Edition 1st Edition. First Published contains a selection of the most important and interesting articles by Knut Wicksell, which had hitherto only been published in Swedish. They cover Wicksell’s views on Economics and monetary theory, his theory of production and Cited by: Posts about Knut Wicksell written by drsubrotoroy. Apropos *Philosophy of Economics* “Dr. Roy’s book, Philosophy of Economics, which I have read in galleys, I regard as a masterpiece, not only in economic analysis but in philosophic analysis as well.


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THE LIFE OF KNUT WICKSELL by Gardlund, Torsten and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Wicksell brilliantly summarized and developed neoclassical economic theory, making major contributions to marginal productivity theory, to public finance and to monetary theory.

This edition of The Life of Knut Wicksell will be welcomed as an excellent introduction to the life of a major economist whose theories and ideas have shown themselves Cited by: Get this from a library.

The life of Knut Wicksell. [Torsten Gårdlund] -- Knut Wicksell is increasingly recognized as one of the great economists and as a major influence on modern economics. Wicksell brilliantly summarized and developed neoclassical economic theory.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Garlund, Life of Knut Wicksell. book Waldemar, Life of Knut Wicksell. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell [] (OCoLC) Wicksell is best known for Interest and Prices, life of Knut Wicksell.

book contribution to the fledgling field now called macroeconomics. In this book and in his Lectures in Political Economy, volume 2, Wicksell sketched out his version of the quantity theory of money ().The standard view of the quantity theory before Wicksell was that increases in the money supply have a direct effect on prices—more money.

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Knut Wicksell. Knut Wicksell () was a Swedish economist who did pioneering work on the theory of interest. He distinguished between the money rate of interest and the “natural” rate, i.e., the rate of interest that would prevail in the absence of money.

Marshall was the first economist to embody it in monetary theory, and Wicksell alludes to Marshall's submissions before the Gold and Silver Commission.

Wicksell's book was the means of introducing this theory to Continental economics. But it was not merely a channel of communication; it contained important original contributions to the subject/5(2).

Knut Wicksell is increasingly recognized as one of the great economists and as a major influence on modern economics. Wicksell brilliantly summarized and developed neoclassical economic theory, making major contributions to marginal productivity theory, to public finance and to monetary : Torsten Gårdlund.

E conomist Knut Wicksell made his name among the Swedish public with a series of provocative lectures on the causes of prostitution, drunkenness, poverty, and overpopulation.

A Malthusian (see Malthus), the young Wicksell advocated birth control as the cure for these social image as a radical social reformer did much to attract the attention of the press and the Young Socialists with.

This book provides a comprehensive survey of the major developments in monetary theory and policy from David Hume and Adam Smith to Walter Bagehot and Knut Wicksell. In particular, it seeks to explain why it took so long for a theory of central banking to penetrate mainstream by: The Life of Knut Wicksell.

By Torsten Girdlund. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, vi; pp. $ Girdlundâ s biography of Knut Wicksell ( ) has been published previously in a slightly longer Swedish edition in andand in a first English edition in Knut Wicksell is increasingly recognized as one of the great economists and as a major influence on modern economics.

Wicksell brilliantly summarized and developed neoclassical economic theory, making major contributions to marginal productivity theory, to public finance and to monetary theory.

Torsten Gardlund's accla. Sanger, C. [A Book Review of] Geldzins und Güterpreise, by Knut Wicksell. Economic Journal 8: Shackle, G.

[A Book Review of] The Life of Knut Wicksell, by Torsten Gårdlund. Bankers’ Magazine (London) Sommarin, Emil Das Lebenswerk von Knut Wicksell. Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie Knut Wicksell was a Swedish economist who had an enormous influence on Austrian economics and Ludwig von Mises.

This might be his most compelling book: lectures delivered over the course of an entire career, covering both general and specific economics problems.

only to explore whether Wicksell’s formulations have any relevance for contemporary discussion. 1 Knut Wicksell’s life and work The facts surrounding Knut Wicksell’s life, while probably more interesting than those of most economists, can be relayed briefly.

He entered. Book Description. Knut Wicksell was one of the most influential economists of the twentieth century, making major contributions to price theory, monetary theory and capital theory.

A prolific and diverse thinker, his ideas were to inspire the Stockholm School, the Austrian School and mainstream neo-classical economics. Knut Wicksell The Birth of Modern Monetary Policy For many years, the Federal Reserve has used influence on short-term interest rates to contain inflationary pressure in the Amer-ican economy and promote growth and employment.

The genesis of this approach and its theoretical foundation both lie in the work of Knut Wicksell, one of the 20th. This book, along with its predecessor, makes most of Wicksell's most important contributions accessible to English speaking readers for the first time.

The essays collected here focus on money and price theory and include Wicksell's book reviews of Leon Walrus, Ludwig von Mises and John Bates : Bo Sandelin. Italiano: Interest and prices: a study of the causes regulating the value of money / by Knut Wicksell ; translated from the Germany by R.

Kahn ; with an introduction by Bertil Ohlin. - London:. Book Description. This book, along with its predecessor, makes most of Wicksell's most important contributions accessible to English speaking readers for the first time.

The essays collected here, first published infocus on money and price theory and include Wicksell's book reviews of Leon Walrus, Ludwig von Mises and John Bates Clark.

The Paperback of the The Public Financiers: Ricardo, George, Clark, Ramsey, Mirrlees, Vickrey, Wicksell, Musgrave, Buchanan, Tiebout, and Stiglitz by Colin.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Pages: Knut Wicksell was a 19th century Swedish economist who attempted to explain the paradoxical relationship between low-interest rate environments and deflation. His book, Geldzins und Guterpreise or in English Interest and Prices, contained the leading theory of price moments which would be developed by the Austrian school into a business cycles.

Knut Wicksell is arguably the greatest Swedish social scientist of all time, and poverty was a theme that occupied him all his life. Indeed, it was probably Wicksell's interest in poverty that was the critical factor in drawing him away from his purely mathematical background towards a greater understanding of the social sciences as a by: 1.

Notes. Torsten Gardlund, The Life of Knut Wicksell (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, ), p. The following account of Wicksell’s life and career are taken from Gardlund’s book and Carl G. Uhr, Economic Doctrines of Knut Wicksell (Berkeley: University of California Press, ). Knut Wicksell, Value, Capital and Rent (New York: Augustus M.

Kelley, []). Cite this chapter as: Read C. () The Early Life of Knut Wicksell. In: The Public Financiers. Great Minds in Finance. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonAuthor: Colin Read.

Abstract. Knut Wicksell was born in Stockholm in This was the year of the Great Exhibition in London, to which millions of people from the British Empire and the Western world came to admire the products of a rapidly expanding industrial by: 3. This book, along with its predecessor, makes most of Wicksell's most important contributions accessible to English speaking readers for the first time.

The essays collected here, first published infocus on money and price theory and include Wicksell's book reviews of Leon Walrus, Ludwig von Mises and John Bates : Taylor And Francis. Lindahl, E. () ‘‘Introduction to Knut Wicksell’s Life and Work,’’ in E. Lindahl (ed.) Knut Wicksell: Selected Papers on Economic Theory, Cambridge: MA: Harvard University Press, pp Author: Marianne Johnson.

Knut Wicksell is arguably the greatest Swedish social scientist of all time, and poverty was a theme that occupied him all his life. Indeed, it was probably Wicksell's interest in poverty that was the critical factor in drawing him away from his purely mathematical background towards a greater understanding of the social sciences as a whole.

Johan Gustav Knut Wicksell was born in in Stockholm. His mother died when he was 6, and his father, a moderately successful businessman and real estate investor, died when Knut was His father's estate provided sufficient funds for him to enroll at the University of Uppsala inwhere he studied mathematics and physics.

Within two years, he had taken his first degree and gone on to gra. At last we have in English a most revealing study of the life of Wicksell.

Professor Gardlund's book is a slightly abridged version of the admirable biography which he published in Swedish in under the title, Knut Wicksell, Rebell i det nya riket.

His most valuable sources were the Wicksell. Examines the work of Knut Wicksell, Richard Musgrave, James Buchanan, Charles Tiebout and Joseph Stiglitz; The Early Life of Knut Wicksell. Book Title The Public Financiers Book Subtitle Ricardo, George, Clark, Ramsey, Mirrlees, Vickrey, Wicksell, Musgrave, Buchanan, Tiebout, and Stiglitz.

KNUT WICKSELL-A CENTENNIAL EVALUATION By CAL G. UHR* Johan Gustav Knut Wicksell was born on Decem in Stockholm to a Swedish middle-class family.

He died in his 75th year of life on May 3, During his years of graduate study,and his career as a creative economic theorist, being his. The Theoretical Contributions of Knut Wicksell It seems that you're in USA.

We have a dedicated The Theoretical Contributions of Knut Wicksell. Authors: Strom, Steinar, Thalberg, Bjoen The Life of Knut Wicksell and Some Characteristics of His Work.

Pages Knut Wicksell made enormous contributions to capital theory, monetary theory and fiscal policy. However whilst his books are widely available in English, few of his Brand: Taylor And Francis. Full Description: "This is the first comprehensive study in English of the novels of Knut Hamsun, Nobel Laureate in literature forfrom the radically innovative "Hunger" () to "The Ring Is Closed" ().

The texts are discussed in depth, with analysis of recurrent themes, narrative modes, and generic idiosyncrasies, and are evaluated in terms of originality and artistic integrity. Wicksell’s outrage at the regressiveness of the Swedish tax system, which he saw as a consequence of the fact that only the well-to-do could vote, as income and property qualifications for the franchise excluded almost all workers and most small farmers.

In the book Wicksell urged that the major part of. KNUT WICKSELL'S most important works in economic theory--the earlier German publications Value, Capital and Rent () and Interest and Prices () and the later Lectures on Political Economy, published in Swedish ()--have been translated into English and thus make it possible for English readers to study his main object of the present volume is to supplement these.

Wicksell on Pareto: Efficiency, Welfare, Distribution No individual in the history of public economics has been subject to more contentious discussion than Knut Wicksell – and perhaps no concept Author: Marianne Johnson.Lionel Charles Robbins, Baron Robbins, CH, CB, FBA (22 November – 15 May ) was a British economist, and prominent member of the economics department at the London School of is known for his leadership at LSE, his proposed definition of economics, and for his instrumental efforts in shifting Anglo-Saxon economics from its Marshallian mater: University College London, London.

On November 2, Knut Wicksell gave a speech at the People’s House on the topic of the Throne, the Altar, the Sword and the Money Bag for people. In the speech, Wicksell thus criticizes four of society’s powerful institutions: the monarchy (the throne), the church and the priesthood (the altar), the army (the sword) and the upper.