Chicago price theory : [Research Reviews]

Frank H. Knight (1921), 'The Theory of Choice and of Exchange', in Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit, Chapter 3, Boston, MA and New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 51-93 -- Jacob Viner (1925), 'The Utility Concept in Value Theory and its Critics', Journal of Political Economy, 33...

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Summary:Frank H. Knight (1921), 'The Theory of Choice and of Exchange', in Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit, Chapter 3, Boston, MA and New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 51-93 -- Jacob Viner (1925), 'The Utility Concept in Value Theory and its Critics', Journal of Political Economy, 33 (4), August, 369-87 -- Jacob Viner (1925), 'The Utility Concept in Value Theory and its Critics: II. The Utility Concept in Welfare Economics', Journal of Political Economy, 33 (6), December, 638-59 -- Frank H. Knight (1925), 'Economic Psychology and the Value Problem', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 39 (3), May, 372-409 -- Henry Schultz (1930), 'Development of the Demand Concept', in The Meaning of Statistical Demand Curves, Chapter 1, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1-10, reset --
Viner, Jacob (2013), Lectures in Economics 301, Douglas A. Irwin and Steve G. Medema (eds), New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. -- Arthur I. Bloomfield (1992), 'On the Centenary of Jacob Viner's Birth: A Retrospective View of the Man and His Work', Journal of Economic Literature, XXX (4), December, 2052-85 -- Don Patinkin (1973), 'Frank Knight as Teacher', American Economic Review, 63 (5), December, 787-810 -- George J. Stigler (1973), 'Frank Knight as Teacher', Journal of Political Economy, 81 (3), May-June, 518-20 -- David I. Fand (1999), 'Friedman's Price Theory: Economics 300 at the University of Chicago in 1947-1951', in J. Daniel Hammond (ed.), The Legacy of Milton Friedman as Teacher, Volume I, Chapter 2, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 309-21 --
Hammond, J. Daniel and Claire H. Hammond (eds) (2005), Making Chicago Price Theory: Friedman- Stigler Correspondence 1945-1958, London: Routledge. -- Hands, D. Wade and Philip E. Mirowski (1998), 'Harold Hotelling and the Neoclassical Dream', in Roger E. Backhouse, Daniel M. Hausman, Uskali Mäki and Andrea Salanti (eds), Economics and Methodology: Crossing Boundaries, New York: St. Martin's. -- Johnson, Glenn (1947/2008), 'Notes from Milton Friedman's Course in Economic Theory, Economics 300A, University of Chicago, Winter Quarter 1947' (edited by Marianne Johnson and Warren J. Samuels), Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 26 (C), 63-117. -- Kessel, Reuben A. (1958), 'Price Discrimination in Medicine', Journal of Law and Economics, 1 (October), 20-53. -- Knight, Frank H. (1933), The Economic Organization, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. --
Don Patinkin (1947), 'Multiple-Plant Firms, Cartels, and Imperfect Competition', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 61 (2), February, 173-205 -- George J. Stigler (1949), 'Monopolistic Competition in Retrospect', in Five Lectures on Economic Problems, Chapter 2, London, UK: London School of Economics and Political Science and Longmans, Green and Co., 12-24 -- George J. Stigler (1949), 'A Theory of Delivered Price Systems', American Economic Review, XXXIX (6), December, 1143-59 -- George J. Stigler (1964), 'A Theory of Oligopoly', Journal of Political Economy, 72 (1), February, 44-61 -- Milton Friedman and Simon Kuznets (1954), 'Incomes in the Professions and in Other Pursuits' and 'Incomes in the Five Professions', in Income from Independent Professional Practice, Chapters 3 and 4, New York, NY: National Bureau of Economic Research Inc., 62-172 -- Milton Friedman (1953), 'Choice, Chance, and the Personal Distribution of Income', Journal of Political Economy, LXI (4), August, 277-90 --
Jacob Viner (1925), 'Objective Tests of Competitive Price Applied to the Cement Industry', Journal of Political Economy, 33 (1), February, 107-11 -- Frank H. Knight (1925), 'On Decreasing Cost and Comparative Cost', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 39 (2), February, 331-33 -- Charles W. Cobb and Paul H. Douglas (1928), 'A Theory of Production', American Economic Review, 18 (1), March, 139-65 -- Jacob Viner (1931), 'Cost Curves and Supply Curves', Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, 3 (1), September, 23-46 -- Jacob L. Mosak (1938), 'Interrelations of Production, Price, and Derived Demand', Journal of Political Economy, 46 (6), December, 761-87 -- George Stigler (1939), 'Production and Distribution in the Short Run', Journal of Political Economy, 47 (3), June, 305-27 -- George J. Stigler (1940), 'A Note on Discontinuous Cost Curves', American Economic Review, 30 (4), December, 832-35 --
The 'Chicago Price Theory' approach to economics has been credited with shedding light on many fundamental questions relating to traditional economics and renowned scholars including Milton Friedman, Frank Knight, George Stigler, Jacob Viner and others have each played a key role in the development of investigative techniques and methodologies. This comprehensive three-volume collection brings together the most important papers from leading economists published in the past 120 years covering a wide range of topics and issues. Along with an original introduction by the editors, this authoritative set will be of immense value to students, researchers, scholars and practitioners interested in 'Chicago Price Theory'
Knight, Frank H. (1934), 'The Nature of Economic Science in Some Recent Discussions', American Economic Review, 24 (2), 225-38. -- Landes, William M. (1971), 'An Economic Analysis of the Courts', Journal of Law and Economics, 14 (1), 61-107. -- Medema, Steven G. (2009), 'Adam Smith and the Chicago School', in Jeffrey Young (ed.), The Elgar Companion to Adam Smith, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 346-57. -- Medema, Steven G. (2011), 'Chicago Price Theory and Chicago Law and Economics', in Rob Van Horn, Philip Mirowski and Thomas Stapleford (eds), Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. -- Miller, H. Laurence (1962), 'On the "Chicago School of Economics"', Journal of Political Economy, 70 (1), 64-9. --
Lester G. Telser (1964), 'Advertising and Competition', Journal of Political Economy, LXXII (6), December, 537-62 -- George J. Stigler (1968), 'Price and Non-Price Competition', Journal of Political Economy, 76 (1), January-February, 149-54 -- Richard Thaler and Sherwin Rosen (1976), 'The Value of Saving a Life: Evidence from the Labor Market', in Nestor E. Terleckyj (ed.), Household Production and Consumption, New York, NY and London, UK: Columbia University Press, 265-97 -- Jacob Viner (1922), 'The Prevalence of Dumping in International Trade. I', Journal of Political Economy, 30 (5), October, 655-80 -- George J. Stigler (1942), 'The Extent and Bases of Monopoly', American Economic Review, 32 (2), Part 2, June, 1-22 -- George J. Stigler (1950), 'Monopoly and Oligopoly by Merger', American Economic Review, 40 (2), May, 23-34 --
Stigler, George J. (1946), The Theory of Price, New York: Macmillan. -- Stigler, George J. (1952), The Theory of Price, revised edition, New York: Macmillan. -- Stigler, George J. (1966), The Theory of Price, 3rd edition, New York: Macmillan. -- Stigler, George J. (1971), 'Smith's Travels on the Ship of State', History of Political Economy, 3 (Fall), 265-77. -- Stigler, George J. (1976), 'The Successes and Failures of Professor Smith', Journal of Political Economy, 84 (December), 1199-213. -- Stigler, George J. (1981), 'The Economist as Preacher', The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, vol. 2, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. -- Reprinted in The Economist as Preacher and Other Essays, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982, pp. 3-13. -- Stigler, George J. (1987), The Theory of Price, 4th edition, New York: Macmillan. -- Stigler, George J. (1988), Memoirs of an Unregulated Economist, New York: Basic Books. --
M.W. Reder (1942), 'Welfare Economics and Rationing', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 57 (1), November, 153-59 -- George J. Stigler (1943), 'The New Welfare Economics', American Economic Review, 33 (2), June, 355-59 -- James M. Buchanan (1949), 'The Pure Theory of Government Finance: A Suggested Approach', Journal of Political Economy, 57 (6), December, 496-505 -- Milton Friedman (1952), 'The "Welfare" Effects of an Income Tax and an Excise Tax', Journal of Political Economy, 60 (1), February, 25-33 -- Gary S. Becker (1958), 'Competition and Democracy', Journal of Law and Economics, I, October, 105-109 -- R.H. Coase (1960), 'The Problem of Social Cost', Journal of Law and Economics, III, October, 1-44 -- Arnold C. Harberger (1964), 'The Measurement of Waste', American Economic Review, 54 (3), May, 58-76 -- Arnold C. Harberger (1971), 'Three Basic Postulates for Applied Welfare Economics: An Interpretive Essay', Journal of Economic Literature, 9 (3), September, 785-97 --
George J. Stigler (1970), 'Director's Law of Public Income Redistribution', Journal of Law and Economics, 13 (1), April, 1-10 -- George J. Stigler (1972), 'Economic Competition and Political Competition', Public Choice, XIII, Fall, 91-106 -- George J. Stigler and Claire Friedland (1962), 'What Can Regulators Regulate? The Case of Electricity', Journal of Law and Economics, V, October, 1-16 -- George J. Stigler (1971), 'The Theory of Economic Regulation', Bell Journal of Economics and Management Science, 2 (1), Spring, 3-21
Robbins, Lionel (1932), An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science, London: Macmillan. -- Rutherford, Malcolm (2010), 'Chicago Economics and Institutionalism', in Ross B. Emmett (ed.), The Elgar Companion to the Chicago School of Economics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 25-39. -- Samuelson, Paul A. (1950), 'The Problem of Integrability in Utility Theory', Economica, 17 (68), 355-85. -- Schultz, Henry (1935), 'Interrelations of Demand, Price, and Income', Journal of Political Economy, 43 (4), 433-81. -- Schultz, Henry (1938), The Theory and Measurement of Demand, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. -- Shoup, Carl, Milton Friedman and Ruth P. Mack (1943), Taxing to Prevent Inflation, New York: Columbia University Press. -- Stigler, George J. (1941), Production and Distribution Theories, New York: Macmillan. -- Stigler, George J. (1942), The Theory of Competitive Price, New York: Macmillan. --
Sherwin Rosen (1974), 'Hedonic Prices and Implicit Markets: Product Differentiation in Pure Competition', Journal of Political Economy, 82 (1), January-February, 34-55 -- Gary S. Becker (1976), 'Altruism, Egoism, and Genetic Fitness: Economics and Sociobiology', Journal of Economic Literature, 14 (3), September, 817-26 -- F.H. Knight (1917), 'The Concept of Normal Price in Value and Distribution', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 32 (1), November, 66-100 -- F.H. Knight (1921), 'Cost of Production and Price over Long and Short Periods', Journal of Political Economy, 29 (4), April, 304-35 -- J. Maurice Clark (1923), 'Different Costs for Different Purposes: An Illustrative Problem', Studies in the Economics of Overhead Costs, Chapter IX, Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press, 175-203 -- Frank H. Knight (1923), 'The Ethics of Competition', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 37 (4), August, 579-624 --
Gary S. Becker (1960), 'An Economic Analysis of Fertility', in Demographic and Economic Change in Developed Countries, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 209-40
J. Hirshleifer (1965), 'Investment Decision Under Uncertainty: Choice-Theoretic Approaches', Quarterly Journal of Economics, LXXIX (4), November, 509-36 -- Erika H. Schoenberg and Paul H. Douglas (1937), 'Studies in the Supply Curve of Labor: The Relation in 1929 Between Average Earnings in American Cities and the Proportions Seeking Employment', Journal of Political Economy, 45 (1), February, 45-79 -- M. Bronfenbrenner (1939), 'The Economics of Collective Bargaining', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 53 (4), August, 535-61 -- Henry C. Simons (1944), 'Some Reflections on Syndicalism', Journal of Political Economy, LII (1), March, 1-25 -- George J. Stigler (1946), 'The Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation', American Economic Review, 36 (3), June, 358-65 -- Simon Rottenberg (1956), 'The Baseball Players' Labor Market', Journal of Political Economy, 64 (3), June, 242-58 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Arrow, Kenneth J. and Gerard Debreu (1954), 'Existence of an Equilibrium for a Competitive Economy', Econometrica, 22 (3), 265-90. -- Backhouse, Roger E. and Steven G. Medema (2009), 'Defining Economics: The Long Road to the Acceptance of the Robbins Definition', Economica, 76 (October), 805-20. -- Becker, Gary S. (1957), The Economics of Discrimination, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. -- Becker, Gary S. (1968), 'Crime and Punishment: An Economic Approach', Journal of Political Economy, 76 (March/April): 169-217. -- Becker, Gary S. (1971), Economic Theory, New York: Knopf. -- Becker, Gary S. (1991), 'Milton Friedman, 1912-', in Edward Shils (ed.), Remembering the University of Chicago: Teachers, Scientists, and Scholars, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. -- Reprinted in J. Daniel Hammond (ed.), The Legacy of Milton Friedman as Teacher, volume 1, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. --
George J. Stigler and Gary S. Becker (1977), 'De Gustibus Non Est Disputandum', American Economic Review, 67 (2), March, 76-90 -- Alfred Marshall ([1890] 1920), 'Gradations of Consumers' Demand', in Principles of Economics, Book III, Chapter III, London, UK and New York, NY: Macmillan and Co., 92-101
Gary S. Becker (1999), 'Milton Friedman, 1912-', in J. Daniel Hammond (ed.), The Legacy of Milton Friedman as Teacher, Volume I, Chapter 4, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 138, 140-146 -- Thomas Sowell (1993), 'A Student's Eye View of George Stigler', Journal of Political Economy, 101 (5), October, 784-92 -- Harold Demsetz (1993), 'George J. Stigler: Midcentury Neoclassicalist with a Passion to Quantify', Journal of Political Economy, 101 (5), October, 793-808 -- Victor R. Fuchs (1994), 'Nobel Laureate: Gary S. Becker: Ideas About Facts', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 8 (2), Spring, 183-92 -- Sherwin Rosen (1993), 'Risks and Rewards: Gary Becker's Contributions to Economics', Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 95 (1), March, 25-36 -- Melvin W. Reder (1982), 'Chicago Economics: Permanence and Change', Journal of Economic Literature, XX (1), March, 1-38 --
Van Horn, Rob, Philip Mirowski and Thomas Stapleford (eds) (2011), Building Chicago Economics: New Perspectives on the History of America's Most Powerful Economics Program, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. -- Van Overtveldt, Johan (2007), The Chicago School: How the University of Chicago Assembled the Economic Thinkers Who Revolutionized Economics and Business, Chicago: Agate
G. Warren Nutter (1951), 'The Growth of Monopoly, 1899-1939' and 'Appendix B: Basic Data on the Growth of Monopoly 1899-1939', in The Extent of Enterprise Monopoly in the United States, 1899-1939: A Quantitative Study of Some Aspects of Monopoly, Chapter III, Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press, 25-43, 112-55, notes -- Aaron Director and Edward H. Levi (1957), 'Law and the Future: Trade Regulation', Northwestern University Law Review, 51, 281-96 -- Arnold C. Harberger (1954), 'Monopoly and Resource Allocation', American Economic Review, 44 (2), May, 77-87 -- Ward S. Bowman, Jr. (1957), 'Tying Arrangements and the Leverage Problem', Yale Law Journal, 67 (1), November, 19-36 -- John S. McGee (1958), 'Predatory Price Cutting: The Standard Oil (N.J.) Case', Journal of Law and Economics, 1, October, 137-69 -- M.L. Burstein (1960), 'The Economics of Tie-In Sales', Review of Economics and Statistics, 42 (1), February, 68-73 --
Frank H. Knight ([1933] 1951), 'Social Economic Organization', in The Economic Organization, Chapter 1, New York, NY: Augustus M. Kelley, Inc., 3-30 -- Frank H. Knight ([1935] 1951), 'Statics and Dynamics', in The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays, Chapter VI, New York, NY: Augustus M. Kelley, Inc., 161-85 -- Jacob Viner (1941), 'Marshall's Economics, in Relation to the Man and to His Times', American Economic Review, XXXI (2), June, 223-35 -- F.A. Hayek (1945), 'The Use of Knowledge in Society', American Economic Review, XXXV (4), September, 519-30 -- Milton Friedman (1953), 'The Methodology of Positive Economics', in Essays in Positive Economics, Part 1, Chicago, IL and London, UK: Chicago University Press, 3-43 -- Gary S. Becker (1976), 'The Economic Approach to Human Behavior', in The Economic Approach to Human Behavior, Chapter 1, Chicago, IL and London, UK: Chicago University Press, 3-43, references --
Milton Friedman (1957), 'Consistency of the Permanent Income Hypothesis with Existing Evidence on the Relation between Consumption and Income: Budget Studies', A Theory of the Consumption Function, Chapter IV, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 38-114 -- George J. Stigler (1961), 'The Economics of Information', Journal of Political Economy, LXIX (3), June, 213-25 -- Zvi Griliches (1961), 'Hedonic Price Indexes for Automobiles: An Econometric Analysis of Quality Change', in The Price Statistics of the Federal Government: Review, Appraisal, and Recommendations, Washington, DC: National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 173-96 -- Gary S. Becker (1962), 'Irrational Behavior and Economic Theory', Journal of Political Economy, LXX (1), February, 1-13 -- Lester G. Telser (1962), 'The Demand for Branded Goods as Estimated from Consumer Panel Data', Review of Economics and Statistics, 44 (3), August, 300-324 --
Friedman, Milton and Simon Kuznets (1945), Income from Independent Professional Practice, New York, NY: National Bureau of Economic Research. -- Friedman, Milton and George J. Stigler (1946), Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem, Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education. -- Hammond, J. Daniel (1992), 'An Interview with Milton Friedman on Methodology', Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 10, 91-118. -- Hammond, J. Daniel (ed.) (1999), The Legacy of Milton Friedman as Teacher, 2 vols, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. -- Hammond, J. Daniel (2010), 'The Development of Post-War Chicago Price Theory', in Ross B. Emmett (ed.), The Elgar Companion to the Chicago School of Economics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 7-24. --
Becker, Gary S. (1993), 'Nobel Lecture: The Economic Way of Looking at Behavior', Journal of Political Economy, 101 (3), 385-409. -- Becker, Gary S. (2007), 'Introduction to the Transaction Edition', in Gary S. Becker, Economic Theory, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. -- Bronfenbrenner, Martin (1962) 'Observations on the "Chicago School(s)"', Journal of Political Economy, 70 (1), 72-5. -- Coats, A.W. (1963) 'The Origin of the "Chicago School(s)?"', Journal of Political Economy, 71 (5), 487-93. -- Emmett, Ross B. (ed.) (2010), The Elgar Companion to the Chicago School of Economics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. -- Evensky, Jerry (2005), '"Chicago Smith" versus "Kirkaldy Smith"', History of Political Economy, 37 (Summer), 197-203. -- Freedman, Craig F. (2008), Chicago Fundamentalism: Ideology and Methodology in Economics, Singapore: World Scientific. --
Melvin W. Reder (1969), 'A Partial Survey of the Theory of Income Size Distribution', in Lee Soltow (ed.), Six Papers on the Size Distribution of Wealth and Income, Studies in Income and Wealth Volume 33, New York, NY and London, UK: Columbia University Press for the National Bureau of Economic Research, 205-53 -- Frank Hyneman Knight ([1935] 1951), 'Interest', in The Ethics of Competition and Other Essays, Chapter X, New York, NY: Augustus M. Kelley Inc., 251-76 -- Frank H. Knight (1934), 'Capital, Time, and the Interest Rate', Economica, 1 (3), August, 257-86 -- Frank H. Knight (1944), 'Diminishing Returns from Investment', Journal of Political Economy, 52 (1), March, 26-47 -- Don Patinkin (1948), 'Price Flexibility and Full Employment', American Economic Review, 38 (4), September, 543-64 -- J. Fred Weston (1950), 'A Generalized Uncertainty Theory of Profit', American Economic Review, 40 (1), March, 40-60 --
W. Allen Wallis and Milton Friedman (1942), 'The Empirical Derivation of Indifference Functions', in Oscar Lange, Francis McIntyre and Theodore O. Yntema (eds), Studies in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics: In Memory of Henry Schultz, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 175-89 -- Milton Friedman and L.J. Savage (1948), 'The Utility Analysis of Choices Involving Risk', Journal of Political Economy, LVI (4), August, 279-304 -- Milton Friedman (1949), 'The Marshallian Demand Curve', Journal of Political Economy, LVII (6), December, 463-95 -- Milton Friedman and L.J. Savage (1952), 'The Expected-Utility Hypothesis and the Measurability of Utility', Journal of Political Economy, LX (6), December, 463-74 -- Armen A. Alchian (1953), 'The Meaning of Utility Measurement', American Economic Review, 43 (1), March, 26-50 --
M. Bronfenbrenner (1961), 'Notes on the Elasticity of Derived Demand', Oxford Economic Papers, 13 (3), October, 254-61 -- Theodore W. Schultz (1961), 'Investment in Human Capital', American Economic Review, LI (1), March, 1-17 -- Armen A. Alchian and Reuben A. Kessel (1962), 'Competition, Monopoly, and the Pursuit of Money', in Aspects of Labor Economics, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 157-83 -- Gary S. Becker (1962), 'Investment in Human Capital: A Theoretical Analysis', Journal of Political Economy, 70 (5), October, 9-49 -- George J. Stigler (1962), 'Information in the Labor Market', Journal of Political Economy, 70 (5), October, 94-105 -- Albert Rees (1966), 'Information Networks in Labor Markets', American Economic Review, 56 (1/2), March, 559-66 -- F.H. Knight (1924), 'Some Fallacies in the Interpretation of Social Cost', Quarterly Journal of Economics, 38 (4), August, 582-606 --
Paul H. Douglas (1948), 'Are there Laws of Production?', American Economic Review, XXXVIII (1), March, 1-41 -- George J. Stigler (1951), 'The Division of Labor is Limited by the Extent of the Market', Journal of Political Economy, LIX (3), June, 185-93 -- George J. Stigler (1958), 'The Economies of Scale', Journal of Law and Economics, 1, October, 54-71 -- Armen Alchian (1959), 'Costs and Outputs', in Moses Abramovitz (ed.), The Allocation of Economic Resources: Essays in Honor of Barnard Francis Haley, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 23-40 -- Zvi Griliches (1960), 'Hybrid Corn and the Economics of Innovation', Science, 132 (3422), July, 275-80 -- Jack Hirshleifer (1962), 'The Firm's Cost Function: A Successful Reconstruction?', Journal of Business, XXXV (3), July, 235-55
Lester G. Telser (1960), 'Why Should Manufacturers Want Fair Trade?', Journal of Law and Economics, 3, October, 86-105 -- Robert H. Bork and Ward S. Bowman, Jr. (1965), 'The Crisis in Antitrust', Columbia Law Review, 65 (3), March, 363-76 -- George J. Stigler (1966), 'The Economic Effects of the Antitrust Laws', Journal of Law and Economics, 9, October, 225-58 -- Richard A. Posner (1970), 'A Statistical Study of Antitrust Enforcement', Journal of Law and Economics, 13 (2), October, 365-419 -- Richard A. Posner (1975), 'The Social Costs of Monopoly and Regulation', Journal of Political Economy, 83 (4), August, 807-27 -- Michael Mussa and Sherwin Rosen (1978), 'Monopoly and Product Quality', Journal of Economic Theory, 18 (2), August, 301-17 -- George J. Stigler (1940), 'Notes on the Theory of Duopoly', Journal of Political Economy, 48 (4), August, 521-41
Margaret G. Reid (1963), 'Consumer Response to the Relative Price of Store versus Delivered Milk', Journal of Political Economy, 71 (2), April, 180-86 -- Gary S. Becker (1965), 'A Theory of the Allocation of Time', Economic Journal, LXXV (299), September, 493-517 -- Robert T. Michael and Gary S. Becker (1973), 'On the New Theory of Consumer Behavior', Swedish Journal of Economics, 75 (4), December, 378-96 -- Gary S. Becker (1974), 'A Theory of Social Interactions', Journal of Political Economy, 82 (6), November-December, 1063-93
Freeman, H.A., Milton Friedman, Frederick Mosteller and W. Allen Wallis (eds) (1948), Sampling Inspection: Principles, Procedures and Tables for Single, Double and Sequential Sampling in Acceptance, Inspection and Quality Control Based on Percent Defective, New York: McGraw-Hill. -- Friedman, Milton (1935), 'Professor Pigou's Method for Measuring Elasticities of Demand from Budgetary Data', The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 50 (1), 151-63. -- Friedman, Milton (1956), 'The Quantity Theory of Money - A Restatement', in Milton Friedman (ed.), Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 3-21. -- Friedman, Milton (1962), Price Theory: A Provisional Text, Chicago: Aldine. -- Friedman, Milton (1976), Price Theory, Chicago: Aldine. -- Reprinted with a new introduction by Steven G. Medema, New Brunswick, NJ: Aldine-Transaction, 2007
Richard A. Posner (1974), 'Theories of Economic Regulation', Bell Journal of Economics and Management Science, 5 (2), Autumn, 335-58 -- Sam Peltzman (1976), 'Toward a More General Theory of Regulation', Journal of Law and Economics, 19 (2), August, 211-40
Mirowski, Philip and D. Wade Hands (1998), 'A Paradox of Budgets: The Postwar Stabilization of American Demand Theory', in Mary S. Morgan and Malcolm Rutherford (eds), The Transformation of American Economics: From Interwar Pluralism to Postwar Neoclassicism: History of Political Economy Annual Supplement, 30, 260-92. -- Morgenstern, Oskar (1936), 'Logistics and the Social Sciences', reprinted in Andrew Schotter (ed.), Selected Economic Writings of Oskar Morgenstern, New York: New York University Press, pp. 389-404. -- Pigou, A.C., Milton Friedman and N. Georgescu-Roegen (1936), 'Marginal Utility of Money and Elasticities of Demand', The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 50 (3), 532-9. -- Posner, Richard A. (1973), Economic Analysis of Law, Boston: Little, Brown and Company
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