|Statement||[edited by] Richard T. Gill.|
|Contributions||Gill, Richard T. 1927-|
The Clash of Economic Ideas explains what economists have been disagreeing about for the last hundred years. It covers disputes over the free market, socialism, fascism, the Great Depression, the New Deal, war, nationalization, central planning, economic growth, money and finance, inflation, regulation, free trade, government spending, budget deficits, and public by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great debates in economics. Pacific Palisades, Calif.: Goodyear Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type. The Great Economics Debate Friedrich Hayek and John Maynard Keynes worked at a time when the study of economics was concerned with society and its values. Richard Vedder reviews ‘Hayek vs Keynes’. This 12 part book set includes all titles in the popular Great Debates in Higher Education series, published between This series examine the issues impacting HE providers, students, reputations and longevity of institutions across the world. These topics resonate with students, researchers and HE administrators alike.
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