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Author: Veblen, Thorstein, 1857-1929.
Title: The place of science in modern civilisation and other essays, by Thorstein Veblen.
Publisher: New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1919.
Description: 4 p. ., 509 p. 20 cm.
LC Subject(s): Economics. Science.
Notes: "Reprinted from various periodicals, running over a period of about twenty years."
Table of Contents:
The place of science in modern civilisation.
The evolution of the scientific point of view.
Why is economics not an evolutionary science?
The preconceptions of economic science.
Professor Clark's economics.
The limitations of marginal utility.
Gustav Schmoller's economics.
Industrial and pecuniary employments.
On the nature of capital.
Some neglected points in the theory of socialism.
The socialist economics of Karl Marx.
The mutation theory and the blond race.
The blond race and the Aryan culture.
An early experiment in trusts.

Location: 'Main 5th floor

Call Number: HB34 .V395

Link Resource: http://purl.galileo.usg.edu/ugafax/HB34xV395

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