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Ricardo – The New View

Collected Essays I

Publisher: Routledge
Date: 1995
Pages: 384
Samuel Hollander's interpretation of Ricardo has attracted apoplectic responses from both Right and Left. This volume collects together the material needed to evaluate these responses. His basic position - that Ricardo stands in a continuous analytical line leading from Adam Smith to Alfred Marshall - is seen to antagonize both those who argue for a 'marginal revolution' and a sharp divide between classical and neo-classical economics, and those who want to champion Ricardo as a forerunner of Sraffa.