Alfred Marshall

  • Philip L. Williams

Abstract

This chapter covers the period from 1870 until the death of Marshall while including some discussion of the work of Cournot, Dupuit and Ellet which was postponed from chapter 3. Once again, the chapter will be based upon Schumpeter’s chosen classical statement for the period.

Keywords

Zinc Income Germinate Marketing Assimilation 

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