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By Hamouda, Omar; Edited by Rowley, J. C. R.
Probability is a key concept in economics. This book adopts a critical attitude to the treatment of probability in most current economic modelling, whilst refraining from embracing chaos theory. Essential reading for the enquiring econometrician
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Edited by Hagemann, Harald; Hamouda, Omar
An overview of the work of Sir John Hicks, whose work encompassed almost every aspect of modern economic theory and left a big impression on the discipline. This text contains papers from international contributors.
By Hamouda, Omar; Rowley, Robin
Notions of probability and uncertainty have been increasingly prominent in modern economics. Here, the authors consider the philosophical and practical difficulties inherent in integrating these concepts into realistic economic situations.
Edited by Hamouda, Omar; Lee, C.; Mair, Douglas; Mair, D.
Here respected economists redress the general neglect of Rae as a classical economist and examine his role as a political economist. This important book should stimulate further study by historians of economic thought and methodology.
Sir John Hicks made a major contribution to almost every aspect of modern economic theory. His diverse and inventive work has left a huge impression on the discipline.
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