axi -= M , ~ u, M R + wOi ~ ~ MR â Correspondence may be addressed to Professor Christian E. Weber, Department of Economics and Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics, Seattle University, Seattle, WA 98122; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. I would like to thank Dean Peterson, Peter Dooley, and two anonymous referees for very helpful comments on earlier drafts of this article. I n particular, the comments of both referees led to substantial improvements. I am also grateful to Ben Sopranzetti for providing me with an English translation of the article by Ricci cited herein and to John Chipman for providing me with an English translation of parts 1-4 of Pa ret 0âs âCons i deraz i on i su i pri nc i p i i fo nda men t al i dell âeconom i a pol it ica pu ra.â I. As Dooley notes, Slutsky cited the wrong part of a five-part paper that Pareto published in the Giornale degli Econornisti in 1892-93. Paretoâs general analysis for the case in which the marginal utility of each good can depend on the quantities of all the other goods consumed appeared in part 5 , which
History of Political Economy – Duke University Press
Published: Sep 1, 1999
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