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1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. papers in honour of Sir John Hicks. Published 1968 by Edinburgh .

Bibliography: p. 539-552. Hicks, John Richard, Sir, 1904-; Wolfe, J. N. (James Nathaniel). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.

The volume includes masterful contributions by Kenneth Arrow, Jagdish Bhagwati, Roy Harrod, Paul A. Samuelson, Robert M. Solow, and Alan A. Walters among others, and contains a full biographical and bibliographical data base on Hicks. Wolfe was professor of economics at the University of Edinburgh until his retirement.

Papers in Honor of Sir John Hicks. Papers in Honor of Sir John Hicks. J. Wolfe," Journal of Political Economy 77, no. 4, Part 1 (Jul. - Au. 1969): 564-567.

This book presents these intellectual advances in readable form for the first time. It unifies many important but partial results into a satisfying single picture, making it clear how the economics of uncertainty and information generalises and extends standard economic analysis. August 1996 · Quarterly Journal of Economics.

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Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Life cycle saving and balanced growth. In Ten economic studies in the tradition of Irving Fisher, ed. W. Fellner. Uncertain lifetime, consumption and dissaving in retirement. Journal of Political Economy 89(3): 561–577. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. National debt in a neoclassical growth model. Duesenberry, J. 1949. Income, saving and the theory of consumer behavior. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

John R. Hicks's early work as a labour economist culminated in The Theory of Wages still considered standard in the field. He collaborated with . Allen in two seminal papers on value theory published in 1934. The book built on ordinal utility and mainstreamed the now-standard distinction between the substitution effect and the income effect for an individual in demand theory for the 2-good case. It generalized the analysis to the case of one good and a composite good, that is, all other goods.

Value, Capital and Growth was written as a mark of honor to Sir John Hicks on the occasion of his retirement as Drummond Professor of Political Economy at the University of Oxford. As the title implies, most of the essays are directed to the development of the three great topics of modern economic theory to which he contributed--Value, Capital, and Growth. More specifically, there are important papers on general equilibrium, aggregation, and index numbers-- all topics of deep interest in international economics.

The volume is particularly noteworthy for a number of papers exploring hitherto unrealized implications of general equilibrium models. There are also several papers dealing with mathematical economics as they relate to trade and development, which will be of great interest to students of those fields. Few theorists possessed Hicks catholicity in economics and his interest in and appetite for all branches of applied economics, and especially comparative economic history. His interests ranged from Italian Renaissance banking to academic publishing and the export and import of scholarly works,

The international eminence of the contributors and the quality of their work ensure that this volume is a fitting tribute to a great economist and that it will be studied carefully for many years. No effort was spared to present the work in a style and format worthy of the subject and of the occasion. The volume includes masterful contributions by Kenneth Arrow, Jagdish Bhagwati, Roy Harrod, Paul A. Samuelson, Robert M. Solow, and Alan A. Walters among others, and contains a full biographical and bibliographical data base on Hicks.

J.N. Wolfe was professor of economics at the University of Edinburgh until his retirement.