Italian Economic Papers, Volume II

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This book is the second of three volumes. The purpose of the three volumes is to make available to the vast international community of English-reading economists, contriubtions to economics that would otherwise remain within the bounds of the Italian comminity of economists.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherOxford University Press
Number of pages286
ISBN (Print)881504350
Publication statusPublished - 1993


  • Amartya Sen on social choice, utilitarianism and liberty
  • Are prices indeces of relative scarcity?
  • Contemporary Neoliberism and the intellectual inheritance of Francesco Ferrara
  • Existence of solutions in a Dynamic Equilibrium System
  • Lord Kahn's "The Economics of the Short Period"
  • Notable articles originally not published in English
  • Notes on corporations in the theory of public finance
  • On the factors determining the Growth
  • On the rationale of tax imposition
  • Patterns of regional development and the Italian case
  • The Law of Demand
  • The development of the monopolistic firm
  • Theoretical approaches in public finance


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