L.S.E. Essays on Cost

Edited by: Buchanan, James M. and George F. Thirlby
(1919- )
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Editor/Trans.
First Pub. Date
1934
Publisher/Edition
New York: New York University Press
Pub. Date
1981
Comments
Collected essays, various authors, 1934-1973. First published as a collection 1973 for the London School of Economics. Includes essays by Ronald H. Coase, Friedrich A. Hayek, Lionel Robbins, and more.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Acknowledgements
Preface
Essay 1 Introduction: L.S.E. cost theory in retrospect, by James M. Buchanan (1973)
Essay 2 Remarks upon certain aspects of the theory of costs, by Lionel Robbins (1934)
Essay 3 Economics and knowledge, by F. A. von Hayek (1937)
Essay 4 The rationale of cost accounting, by R. S. Edwards (1937)
Essay 5 Business organization and the accountant, by R. H. Coase (1938/1973)
Essay 6 The subjective theory of value and accounting 'cost', by G. F. Thirlby (1946)
Essay 7 The Ruler, by G. F. Thirlby (1946)
Essay 8 The economist's description of business behaviour, by G. F. Thirlby (1952)
Essay 9 Uncertainty, costs, and collectivist economic planning, by Jack Wiseman (1953)
Essay 10 The theory of public utility price—an empty box, by Jack Wiseman (1957)
Essay 11 Economists' cost rules and equilibrium theory, by G. F. Thirlby (1960)
Footnotes
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