2 edition of Science, sense and nonsense in economics found in the catalog.
Science, sense and nonsense in economics
Z. S. Gurznski
by Cape Town U.P.
Written in English
|Statement||by Z.S. Gurzynski.|
|Series||Inaugural lecture -- new series, no. 4, Inaugural lecture (University of Cape Town) -- no.4.|
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Science, sense and nonsense in economics, Inaugural lecture, 10th August, [Cape Town] University of Cape Science, (OCoLC) Online version: Gurzynski, Z.S. Science, sense and nonsense in economics, Inaugural lecture, 10th August, [Cape Town] University of Cape Town, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.
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Economic Sense and Nonsense comprises a collection of sixty essays written by Anthony de Jasay for his monthly column “Reflections from Europe,” on Liberty Fund’s Library of Economics and Liberty website.
The articles span the years to and focus on economic issues of topical concern in Europe. In this collection Jasay continues his explorations of a number of themes that he. Sense and Nonsense.
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