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Essays in Normative Economics

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ISBN 9780674733770

Publication Date: 01/01/1966

246 pages

7 illustrations

Belknap Press


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  • Preface
  • Part I. Social Welfare and the Economic Optimum
    • 1. A Reformulation of Certain Aspects of Welfare Economics
    • 2. Collective Decision-Making and Social Welfare
    • 3. On Social Welfare Once More
      • Addendum: Consumers’ Sovereignty and “Real” Income Distribution
  • Part II. Problems of Measurement
    • 4. Real Income, Expenditure Proportionality, and Frisch’s New Methods
    • 5. Index Number Theory and the Dissimilarity Method
    • 6. National Income and Welfare
    • 7. On The Appraisal of Indivisibilities
  • Part III. Socialist Economics
    • 8. Principles of Socialist Wages
    • 9. Socialist Economics
    • 10. Socialist Calculation: A Further Word
  • Index

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