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Social Economics From Search for Identity to Quest for Roots or, Social Economics The First 100 Years or so

Social Economics From Search for Identity to Quest for Roots or, Social Economics The First 100... In her popular Development of Economic Analysis, Ingrid Rima writes early on of the compatibility of emphasis on the state as an instrument to achieve socially optimal resultswith what has come to be called social economics. Subsequently 1978, p. 322 1986, p. 396, she treats of J.M. Clark's crucial contribution to the development 1920s1930s of a new type of economics he describes as social. Similarly, George F. Rohrlich, in his 1970 introductory essay, The Challenge of Social Economics, wrote of The emerging field of social economics, and noted that in the United States the term was used in the 1930s and occasionally thereafter. More recently 1982, Samuel Cameron singles out Mark A. Lutz's 1980 USE contribution, e.g., for neglecting Charles Devasop. cit., 18761907 as a contributor to the founding of social economics, while comparing Devas to the modern social economist. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Social Economics Emerald Publishing

Social Economics From Search for Identity to Quest for Roots or, Social Economics The First 100 Years or so

International Journal of Social Economics , Volume 14 (3/4/5): 21 – Mar 1, 1987

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0306-8293
DOI
10.1108/eb014048
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In her popular Development of Economic Analysis, Ingrid Rima writes early on of the compatibility of emphasis on the state as an instrument to achieve socially optimal resultswith what has come to be called social economics. Subsequently 1978, p. 322 1986, p. 396, she treats of J.M. Clark's crucial contribution to the development 1920s1930s of a new type of economics he describes as social. Similarly, George F. Rohrlich, in his 1970 introductory essay, The Challenge of Social Economics, wrote of The emerging field of social economics, and noted that in the United States the term was used in the 1930s and occasionally thereafter. More recently 1982, Samuel Cameron singles out Mark A. Lutz's 1980 USE contribution, e.g., for neglecting Charles Devasop. cit., 18761907 as a contributor to the founding of social economics, while comparing Devas to the modern social economist.

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International Journal of Social EconomicsEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 1987

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