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Types of economic theory from mercantilism to institutionalism  [1967]

Mitchell, Wesley C.; Dorfman, Joseph.;

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Language:
English
In AGRIS since:
2013
Extent:
2 v. (various pagings)
Publisher:
A. M. Kelley
All titles:
"Types of economic theory from mercantilism to institutionalism"@eng
Other:
"Edited from mimeographed version of Wesley C. Mitchell's "Lecture notes on types of economic theory" (280 M69L 1949). Includes bibliographical footnotes"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
In AGRIS since:
2013
Extent:
2 v. (various pagings)
Publisher:
A. M. Kelley
All titles:
"Types of economic theory from mercantilism to institutionalism"@eng
Other:
"Edited from mimeographed version of Wesley C. Mitchell's "Lecture notes on types of economic theory" (280 M69L 1949). Includes bibliographical footnotes"