Stephen A. Marglin

Photo of Stephen A. MarglinPhoto | Christine MarglinStephen A. Marglin is the Walter Barker Professor of Economics at Harvard University. His books include The Dismal Science: How Thinking Like an Economist Undermines Community and Growth, Distribution, and Prices. He is a past Guggenheim Fellow and member of the Harvard Society of Fellows.

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Cover: Raising Keynes: A Twenty-First-Century General TheoryRaising Keynes: A Twenty-First-Century General TheoryMarglin, Stephen A.HARDCOVER06/15/2021$99.95
Cover: The Dismal Science: How Thinking Like an Economist Undermines CommunityThe Dismal Science: How Thinking Like an Economist Undermines CommunityMarglin, Stephen A.PAPERBACK05/10/2010$31.00
Cover: Growth, Distribution, and PricesGrowth, Distribution, and PricesMarglin, Stephen A.PAPERBACK01/01/1987$26.00
Cover: Design of Water-Resource Systems: New Techniques for Relating Economic Objectives, Engineering Analysis, and Governmental PlanningDesign of Water-Resource Systems: New Techniques for Relating Economic Objectives, Engineering Analysis, and Governmental PlanningMaass, Arthur
Hufschmidt, Maynard M.
Dorfman, Robert
Thomas, Harold A.
Marglin, Stephen A.
Fair, Gordon Maskew
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