Articles

Most of the following articles are available online, but failing that their availabily at the LSE library and reprints in books are also noted. Useful websites include:

Duke Journals
Wiley Online Library
JStor
TLS Archive
Cambridge Journals
Tailor and Francis Online
Springer Link
Proquest
SSRN
UNZ
UNESCO Online Materials
EBSCO Host
Science Direct
ERIC
The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Online

The Empirical Content of Ricardian Economics

– Journal of Political Economy, February, 1956

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in David Ricardo: Critical Assessments, ed. J.C. Wood (Croom Helm, 1985)

The Classical Economists and the Factory Acts – A re-examination

– Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, 1958

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in The Classical Economists and Economic Policy, ed. A.W. Coats (London: Methuen & Co. 1971)

Welfare Indices in the Wealth of Nations

– The Southern Economic Journal, October, 1959

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Adam Smith: Critical Assessments, ed. J.C. Wood (London: Croom Helm, 1984)

Technical Change in Marxian Economics

– Kyklos, XIII, 4, 1960

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted Marx and Modern Economics, ed. D. Horowitz (London: McGibbon and Kee, 1968)

Economic Imperialism Revisited

– The Yale Review, Spring, 1961

NOT ONLINE. Available in the LSE Library. Also reprinted in Economic Imperialism: A Book of Readings, eds. K.E. Boulding and T. Mukerjee (An Arbor: University of  Michigan Press, 1972) AND Economics: A Reader, ed. Kenneth G. Elzinga (New York : Harper & Row, 1972)

A Survey of the Theory of Process-Innovations

– Economica, February, 1963

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Penguin Modern Economics: Economics of Technological Change, ed. N. Rosenberg (London: Penguin books, 1971)

A Case of Emperor’s Clothes: Perroux’s Theories of Economic Domination

– Kyklos, XVII, 4, 1964

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Introductions to Irwin Paperback Classics in Economics

– A. Smith, The Wealth of Nations

– T.R. Malthus, An Essay on the Principles of Population (Homewood: Richard D. Irwin, 1964)

NOT ONLINE. Not in the LSE Library.

Economic Theory and Economic History in Great Britain, 1650-1776

– Past and Present, July, 1964

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Three Entries in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences: ‘David Ricardo’, ‘John Ramsay McCulloch’ and ‘Thomas Robert Malthus’ 

– International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, ed. D.L. Sills (London and New York: McMillan & Co., 1968)

NOT ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Was There a Marginal Revolution?

– History of Political Economy, Fall, 1972

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in The Marginal Revolution in Economics, eds. R.D.C. Black, A.W. Coats, C.D.W. Goodwin (Durham: Duke University Press, 1973)

Single entry in Encylopedia Britannica: ‘Economics’

NOT ONLINE. Not available at the LSE Library.

The Economics of Education in English Classical Political Economy: A Re-Examination

– Essays on Adam Smith, eds. T. Wilson, A.S. Skinner (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975)

NOT ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Kuhn vs. Lakatos, or Paradigms vs. Research Programmes in the History of Economics

– History of Political Economy, Winter, 1975

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Method and Appraisal in Economics, ed. S. Latsis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976) AND Paradigms and Revolutions: Appraisals and Applications of Thomas Kuhn’s Philosophy of Science, ed. G. Gutting (Notre Dame : University of Notra Dame Press, 1980) AND The Philosophy of Economics: An Anthology, ed. D. M. Hausman (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1995)

Discussion – The Reapppraisal of Keynes’ Economics: An Appraisal

– Current Economic Problems, eds. M. Parkin and A.R. Nobay (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975)

NOT ONLINE. Not available at the LSE Library.

The German Hegemony of Location Theory: A Puzzle in the History of Economic Thought

– History of Political Economy, Spring, 1979

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in The Economics of Location, Vol.I, eds. M.L. Greenhut and G. Norman (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994)

Economic Methodology in One Easy Lesson

– British Review of Economic Issues, May, 1980

– Thesis, Moscow, 1994, VII, 4.

NOT ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Marx’s Bourgeois Mentor: Review of ‘The Economics of David Ricardo’ by Samual Hollander

– Times Literary Supplement, April 11, 1980

AVAILABLE ONBLINE. Also reprinted in Mark’s ‘Not Only An Economist’ (See ‘Books’, above).

Four Entries in The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics: ‘Cambridge School’, ‘Comparative Advantage Theory’, ‘Labor Theory of Value’, and ‘Manchester School’

– The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics, ed. D. Greenwald (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982), 2nd. ed. 1994

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Another Look at the Labour Reduction Problem in Marx

– Classical and Marxian Political Economy: Essays in Honour of Ronald L. Meek, eds. I. Bradley and M. Howard (London: Macmillan, 1982)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Ricardo and the Problems of Economic Policy

–  Revista di Politica Economica, Maggio, 1983

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Gil Economisti e la Politica Economica, ed. P. Roggi (Napoli: Edizione Scientifiche Italiane, 1985)

A Methodological Appraisal of Radical Economics

– Methodological Controversy in Economics: Historical Essays in Honor of T.W. Hutchison, ed. A.W. Coats (Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1983)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Our Methodological Crisis: Discussion

– Economics in Disarray, eds. G. Routh and P.J.D. Wiles (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE Library.

The Economics of Johann von Thunen

– Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 3, ed. W.J. Samuels (Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1985)

AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE (click here). Not available at the LSE Library.

What Ricardo Said and What Ricardo Meant

– The Legacy of Ricardo, ed. G.A. Caravale (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Marginal Cost Pricing: No Empty Box

– Public Choice, Public Finance and Public Policy: Essays in Honour of Alan Peacock, eds. D. Greenaway and G.K. Shaw (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Comment on D.W. Hands, ‘Karl Popper and Economic Methodology: A New Look’

– Economics and Philosophy, I, 2, October, 1985

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Entrepreneur in Marx and Schumpeter

– Marx, Schumpeter, Keynes: A Centenary Celebration of Dissent, ed. S.W. Helburn and D. Bramhall (New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1986)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Eight entries in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (1987): ‘Circulating Capital’, ‘Classical Economics’, ‘Productive And Unproductive Consumption’, ‘Hermann, Friedrich Benedict Wilhelm Von (1795–1868)’, ‘Hutchison, Terence Wilmot (Born 1912)’, ‘Iron Law Of Wages’, ‘Storch, Heinrich Friedrich Von (1766–1835)’, ‘West, Edward (1782–1828)’

– The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, eds. J. Eatwell, M. Millgate, P. Newman (London: Macmillan, 1987)

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Six entries in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (2008): ‘Hermann, Friedrich Benedict Wilhelm Von (1795–1868)’, ‘Invisible Hand’, ‘Iron Law Of Wages’, ‘West, Edward (1782–1828)’, ‘Circulating Capital’, ‘British Classical Economics’

– The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, eds. J. Eatwell, M. Millgate, P. Newman (London: Macmillan, 2008)

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

On a Severe Case of Paranoia in the History of Economic Thought

– History of Economic Thought Newsletter, 38, Spring, 1987

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Commentary

– Classical Political Economy: A Survey of Recent Literature, ed. W.O. Thweatt (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publisher, 1987)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Second Thoughts on the Keynesian Revolution

– Rassegna Economica, 4, 1988; History of Political Economy, Summer, 1991

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Analisi economica e politica economica nel pensiere degli economisti d’oggi, ed. A.M. Fusco (Naples: Guida editori Napoli, 1991)

John Hicks and the Methodology of Economics

– The Popperian Legacy in Economics, ed. N. de Marchi (London: Cambridge University Press, 1988)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Nicholas Kaldor 1908-86

– Pioneers of Modern Economics in Britain II, eds. D.A. Greenaway and J.R. Presley (London: Macmillan, 1989)

– Economic Growth in Theory and Practice, ed. J.E. King (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

On the Historiography of Economics

– Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 12, Spring 1990

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Reply to D. Wade Hands ‘Second Thoughts on Second Thoughts: Reconsidering the Lakatosian Progress of the General Theory’

– Review of Political Economy, 2 (1), 1990

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Comment on O’Brien’s’ ‘Lionel Robbins and the Austrian Connection’

– Carl Menger and his Legacy in Economics, ed. B.J. Caldwell (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1990)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Two Entries: ‘Marx on the Nature of Profits’ and ‘Marx on the Future of Capitalism’

– Marx and Modern Economic Analysis, ed. G.A. Caravale (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1990, Vols I, II)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Two articles: ‘Comment on Cross’ & ‘Afterword’

– Appraising Economic Theories: Studies in the Methodology of Scientific Research Programs, eds. N. de Marchi and M. Blaug (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1991)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Adam Smith: Not Quite the Patron Saint of Capitalists

– The Independent, Wednesday, July 18, 1990

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE.

On the Historiography of Economics: A Correspondence (with P. Samuelson and D. Patinkin)

– Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Fall, 1992

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Comment on D. Wade Hands, ‘Falsification, Situational Analysis and Scientific Research Programs’

– Post-Popperian Methodology of Economics, ed. N. de Marchi (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Peter Hennipman on Paretian Welfare Economics: A Comment

– De Economist, 141(1), 1993

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Why I Am Not a Constructivist, or Confessions of an Unrepentant Popperian

– New Directions in Economic Methodology, ed. R. Backhouse (London: Routledge, 1994)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Commentary

– Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Directions, eds. B.J. Caldwell and S. Boehm (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993)

Public Enemy, No. 1: Unemployment Not Inflation

– Economic Notes, 22 (33), 1993

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Hayek Revisited

– Critical Review, 7(1), 1993

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Recent Biographies of Keynes

– Journal of Economic Literature, September, 1994

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Not Only an Economist:  Autobiographical Recollections of an Historian of Economic Thought

– The American Economist, 38 (2), Fall, 1994

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Is the Quantity Theory of Money True?

– Monetarism and The Methodology of  Economics: Essays in Honour of Thomas Mayer, eds. K.D. Hoover and S.M. Sheffrin (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1995)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Why Is the Quantity Theory of Money the Oldest Successful Theory in Economics?

– The Quantity Theory of Money from Locke to Keynes and Friedman, eds. M. Blaug, W.Eltis, D.P. O’Brien, R. Skidelsky and G. Wood (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1995)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

History of Economics

– Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, CD-ROM (London: Webster International, 1996)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Three replies to critics in Heterodox Economic Theories. True or False?

– Heterodox Economic Theories: True or False?, ed. F. Moseley (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1996)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Competition as an End-State and Competition as a Process?

– Trade, Technology and Economics: Essays in Honour of Richard G. Lipsey, ed. B.C. Eaton (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1997); Equilibrium, ed. D.A.Walker (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Vol.II, 2000)

– Equilibrium, ed. D.A.Walker (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Vol.II, 2000)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Say’s Law of Markets: What Did It Mean and Why Should We Care?

– Eastern Economic Journal, Spring, 1997

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Where Are We Now in British Health Economics?

– Health Economics, August, 1998, 7, Supplement 1

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Disturbing Currents in Modern Economics

– Policy Options, 18(7), September, 1997 ; Challenge, May/June, 1998

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Entrepreneurship in the History of Economic Thought

– Advances in Austrian Economics, vol. V, eds. P.J. Boettke and S. Ikeda (Stamford : Jai Press, 1998)

– Entrepreneurship: The Social Science View, ed. R. Swedberg (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Two Entries in The Handbook of Economic Methodology: ‘Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes’ and ‘The Positive – Normative Distinction’

– The Handbook of Economic Methodology, eds. J.B. Davis, D. Wade Hands and U. Mäki (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

The Disease of Formalism in Economics, or Bad Games that Economists Play

– Jena Lectures, Max-Planck-Institute for Research into Economic Systems, 1999

– The Economics of Property Rights, ed. S. Pejovich (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Misunderstanding Classical Economics – The Sraffian Interpretation of the Surplus Approach

– History of Political Economy, 31(2), Summer, 1999

The Legacy of Piero Sraffa, eds. H.D.Kurz N.Salvadori (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003)

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Formalist Revolution or What Happened to Orthodox Economics After World War II

– From Classical Economics to the Theory of the Firm: Essays in Honour of D. P. O’Brien, eds. R. Backhouse and J. Creedy (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Interview

– Conversations with Leading Economists, eds. B. Snowdon and H. R. Vane (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1999)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Equity Finance, internal funds, and involuntary unemployment

– Macroeconomics and the Real World, eds. R. Backhouse and A. Salanti (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Henry George: A Rebel With A Cause

– European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 7,  2, p270-288, 2000

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

No History of Ideas, Please, We’re Economists

– Journal of Economic Perspectives, Winter, 15(1) 2001

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Is Competition Such a Good Thing? Static Efficiency versus Dynamic

– Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 19, 1, pp. 37-48, 2001

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Is There Really Progress in Economics?

– Is There Progress in Economics?, eds. S. Boehme, C. Gehrke, H. Kurz and R. Sturn (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Endogenous Growth Theory

– An Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics, eds. H. Vane and B.Snowdon (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

The Works of Irving Fisher

– Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 19-A, eds. W. Samuels and J.E. Biddle (Amsterdam : JAI Elsevier Science, 2001)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Kurz and Salvadori on the Sraffian Interpretation of the Surplus Approach 

– History of Political Economy, 34,1, Spring, 2002 ; 237-40

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Formalist Revolution of the 1950s

– Blackwell Companion to the History of Economic Thought, eds. W.J. Samuels and J.E. Biddle (Oxford : Blackwell, 2003)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Standing On The Shoulders of Giants : Classical Writings in Price Theory

– History of Economic Ideas, x, 2002/3

AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE (click here). Not available at the LSE Library.

Comments on E.Schlicht ‘On Custom in the Economy’ (1998)

– The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, April, 2002

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Why Did Schumpeter Neglect Intellectual Property Rights?

– Review of Economic Research in Copyright Issues, Volume 2 (1), June, 2005

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Fundamental Theorems of Modern Welfare Economics, Historically Contemplated

– History of Political Economy, vol 39, no.2, Summer, 2007, 185-207

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Debate over F53 After Fifty Years

– The Methodology of Positive Economics: Reflections on the Milton Friedman Legacy, ed. Uskali Mäki (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009)

The Trade-Off between Rigor and Relevance: Sraffian Economics as a Case in Point

– History of Political Economy, vol.41, 2, Summer, 2009

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Three Chapters: ‘Formalism’, ‘The Duhem-Quine Thesis’ & ‘Research Programs in Economics’

– Economic Methodology: Understanding Economics as a Science, eds. Marcel Boumans ; John B. Davis (Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

The Productivity of Capital in the Lancashire Cotton Industry During the Nineteenth Century

– The Economic History Review, April, 1961 ; Business History: Selected Readings, ed. K.A. Tucker (London: Frank Cass & Co., 1977)

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Myth of the Old Poor Law and the Making of the New

– Journal of Economic History, June, 1963

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Essays in Social History, eds. M.W. Flinn and T.C. Smout (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974)

The Poor Law Report Re-Examined

– Journal of Economic History, June, 1964

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Two Articles: ‘Does the Arts Council Know What It Is Doing? An Inquiry into Public Patronage of the Arts’ and ‘The Arts Council and Its Critics: A Reply’ (with K. King)

– Encounter, September, 1973

– Encounter, December 1973

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in The Economics of the Arts, ed. M. Blaug (London: Martin Robertson, 1976)

Is the Arts Council Cost-Effective? (with K. King)

– New Society, January 3, 1974

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Rationalising Social Expenditure – The Arts

– Public Expenditure: Allocation Between Competing Ends, eds. M.V. Posner (London: Cambridge University Press, 1977)

– The Economics of the Arts, ed. M. Blaug. London: Martin Robertson, 1976

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Why Are Covent Garden Seat Prices So High?

– London: Royal Opera use, 1976

– Journal of Cultural Economics, June, 1978

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Cultural Economics: The Arts, The Heritage and The Media Industries, ed. R. Towse (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1997)

A Postscript to the Edinburgh Conference on Cultural Economics

– Economic Policy for the Arts, eds. W.S. Hendon, V.S. Shanahan, A.J. MacDonald (Cambridge, Mass.: ABT Books, 1980)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Justification for Subsidies to the Arts: A Reply to F.F. Ridley

– Journal of Cultural Economics, June, 1983

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Comments on A. Peacock, ‘A Future for the Past: The Political Economy of Heritage’

– Keynes Lecture in Economics, Proceedings of the British Academy, 87, 1995

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Final Comments on the Plenary Session on Baumol and Bowen

– Journal of Cultural Economics, 20(3), 1996

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Where Are We Now on Cultural Economics?

– Journal of Economic Surveys, 15 (2), pp. 123-144, 2001

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Obituary. John Michael Montias (1928-2005)

– Journal of Cultural Economics, 29(4), November 2005

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Two chapters in A Handbook of Cultural Economics: ‘Welfare Economics’ and ‘Cultural Entrepreneurship’ (w. R. Towse)

– A Handbook of Cultural Economics, ed. R. Towse (Cheltenham, UK and Northampton MA: Edward Elgar, 2010)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Productivity Trends in British University Education, 1938-62 (with M. Woodhall)

– Minerva, June, 1965

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Economics of Education, eds. D.C. Rogers, H.C. Richlin (New York: The Free Press, 1972)

The Rate of Return on Investment in Education in Great Britain

– Manchester School, September, 1965

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Penguin Modern Economics: Economics of Education 1, ed. M. Blaug (London: Penguin Books, 1969)

An Economic Interpretation of the Private Demand for Education

– Economica, May, 1966

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Loans for Students?

– New Society, October, 1966

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Literacy and Economic Development

– The School Review, Winter, 1966

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Economic Evaluation of Experimental Literacy Projects

– Paris: UNESCO, 1966 (processed).

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Role of Education in the Enlargement of the Exchange Economy in Middle Africa: The English-Speaking Countries

Paris: UNESCO, 1966 (processed).

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Economic Aspects for Vouchers for Education

– Education: A Framework for Choice: Papers on Historical, Economic and Administrative Aspects of Choice in Education and its Finance, ed. A. C. F. Beales (London: The Institute of Economic Affairs, 1967)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Approaches to Educational Planning

– Economic Journal, June, 1967

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Human Capital Formation and Manpower Development, ed. R.A.Wykstra (London: Collier-McMillan, 1971)

The Private and the Social Returns on Investment in Education: Some Results for Great Britain

– Journal of Human Resources, Summer, 1967

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

A Cost-Benefit Approach to Educational Planning in Developing Countries

– Report EC-157 (Washington, D.C.: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1967) (Processed)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Functional Literacy in Developing Countries: A Trend Report on Current Research Based on a Selective Annotated Bibliography

Paris: UNESCO, 1967 (processed)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Productivity Trends in British Secondary Education, 1950-63 (with M. Woodhall)

– Sociology of Education, Winter, 1968

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Loans

– Crisis in the Classroom, ed. N. Smart (London: A Daily Mirror Book, 1968)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

The Productivity of Universities

– Universities and Productivity: Universities’ Conference, Spring, 1968 (London: Association of University Teachers, 1968)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library. Also reprinted in Penguin Modern Economics: Economics of Education 2, ed. M. Blaug (London: Penguin Books, 1970)

Selectivity in Education

– Social Services for All? Part Two (London: Fabian Tract 383, 1968)

– Social Services For All?: Eleven Fabian Essays, ed. Peter Townsend (London : David Neil, for the Fabian Society, 1968)

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Education

– OECD Expert Meeting on Budgeting, Programme Analysis and Cost-Effectiveness in Educational Planning (Paris: OECD, 1969)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Variations in Costs and Productivity of British Primary and Secondary Education (with M. Woodhall)

– Economics of Education in Transition, eds. K. Hufner, J. Naumann (Stuttgart: Ernst Klett Verlag, 1969)

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Manpower Forecasting Since Robbins: A Science Lobby in Action (with K. Gannicott)

– Higher Education Review, Autumn, 1969

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library. Also reprinted in Planning for Higher Education, ed. T. Burgess (London: Cornmarket Press, 1973)

Raising the School Leaving Age: Bribery vs. Compulsion

– Higher Education Review, Autumn, 1970

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Comments on the Work of OECD

– Occupational and Educational Structures of the Labour Force and Levels of Economic Development, ed. J. P. Jallade (Paris: OECD, 1970)

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Case Study of the United Kingdom: Comparative Analysis of Educational Expenditures in Member Countries Since 1950

– Paris: OECD, DAS/EID.69.4, 1970 (processed)

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

A Post-Mortem of Manpower Forecasts in Thailand

– Journal of Development Studies, October, 1971

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Rate of Return on Investment in Education in Thailand.  A Report to the National Planning Committee of Thailand

– Bangkok: National Council, 1971 (processed)

– Journal of Development Studies, 12 (2), 1976

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Education, Economic Situation and Prospects of India

– Economic Situation and Prospects of India, Vol. I (Washington, D.C.: IBRD, South Asia Department, 1971)

– IDS Bulletin, 3 (3), June, 1971

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Two Articles: ‘The Correlation Between Education and Earnings: What Does It Signify?’ and ‘Reply to comments’

– Higher Education, February, 1972

– Higher Education, November, 1972

AVAILABLE ONLINE

Two Articles: ‘Economics of Educational Planning in Developing Countries’ and ‘Reply to Comments’

– Prospects, Winter, 1972; Prospects, Winter, 1973

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Educated Unemployment in Asia: A Contrast Between India and The Philippines

– Philippine Economic Journal, Vol. XI, No. 1, 1972

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the British Library. Also reprinted in The international library of critical writings in economics, No.256, 2011 (Cheltenham ; Edward Elgar, 2011)

Discussion – University Efficiency and University Finance

– Essays in Modern Economics, eds. M. Parkin and A.R. Nobay (London: McGraw-Hill, 1973)

NOT AVAILABLE  ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Environment, Genotype and the Luck of the Rich: Jencks’ Inequality

– Times Higher Education Supplement, June, 22, 1973, p. 15

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Employment and Unemployment in Ethiopia

– International Labour Review, 110 (2), August, 1974

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

An Economic Analysis of Personal Earnings in Thailand

– Economic Development and Cultural Change, October, 1974

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Taped interview, ‘The Economics of Education’

– The Economics of Education’ (London: Sussex Tapes, 1974)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Taped debate: ‘The Economics of Education’ (with G. Williams)

– The Economics of Education’ (London: Audio Learnings, 1974)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries

Educational Policy and the Economics of Education: Some Practical Lessons for Educational Planners in Developing Countries

– Education and Development Reconsidered: The Bellagio Conference Papers, ed. F.C. Ward (New York: Praeger, 1974)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Education and Employment (with R. Dore)

– Economic Survey of Asia and the Far East 1973, Part I (Colombo: UNECAFE, 1974)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Discussion – Cost-Benefit Analysis of Government Training Centres in Scotland: Appraisal

– Contemporary Issues in Economics, eds. M. Parkin and A.R. Nobay (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1975)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

The Uses and Abuses of Manpower Planning

– New Society, July 31, 1975

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

The Empirical Status of Human Capital Theory: A Slightly Jaundiced Survey

– Journal of Economic Literature, September, 1976

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in Public Economics and Human Resources, ed. V. Halberstadt, A.J. Culyer (Paris: Editions Cujas, 1977) AND The Economic Value of Education, ed. M. Blaug (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1992) AND Economic Theory and the Welfare State, Vol. III, ed. N. Barr (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2001)

Economic Criteria for Non-formal Education

– Ministry for Economic Co-operation, Federal Republic of Germany, 1976 (processed)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries

Review: Bowles and Gintis’s ‘Schooling in Capitalist America: Educational Reform and the Contradictions of Economic Life’

– Challenge, The Magazine of Economic Affairs, July/August, 1976

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Review: Jacob Mincer’s Schooling, Experience and Earnings

– Economic Development and Cultural Change, October, 1976

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Recurrent Education – The New Jerusalem (with J. Mace)

– Higher Education, August, 1977

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Unemployment in Asia with Special Reference to Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka

– Economic Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, UN, December, 1977

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Economics of Education in Developing Countries: Current Trends and New Priorities: A Lecture on the Occasion of Professor Friedrich Edding’s Emeritierung

– Economics of Education in Developing Countries: Current Trends and New Priorities (Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, 1978)

– Third World Quarterly, January, 1979

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Education and Employment in Africa (with R. Jolly and C. Colclough)

– Survey of Economic and Social Conditions in Africa 19776-1977 (Part I) (New York: UNECA, 1978)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries

Patterns of Subsidies to Higher Education in Europe (with M. Woodhall)

– Higher Education, August, 1978

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Notes on Recurrent Education – Come Constructive Thoughts by A Skeptic

– Transition from School to Work: An Intercountry Study, eds. S. Mushkin, S.D. Nollen (Washington, D.C.: National Centre for Education Statistics, 1979)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

The Quality of Population in Developing Countries, With Particular Reference to Education and Training

– World Population and Development, ed. P.M. Hauser (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1979)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

A UNIDO Strategy for the Training of Industrial Manpower in the Third World

– Vienna: UNIDO, 1980 (processed)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Reforming Education in Latin America

– CINTERPLAN Conference Proceedings (Caracas, Venezuela: CINTERPLAN, 1980)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

A Plain Man’s Guide to the Finance of British Higher Education

– Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, School of Education, Stanford University, program Report No. 80-B9, 1980 (processed)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries.

Common Assumptions About Education and Employment

– The Education Dilemma: Policy Issues for Developing Countries in the 1980s, ed. J. Simmons (Oxford: Pergamon International Library, 1980)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Student Loans and the NUS

– Journal of Economic Affairs, October, 1980

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Student Grants: A Ham-Fisted Way to Aid Poor Students

– Times Higher Education Supplement, December 19, 1980, p.8

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library

Grants and Awards: A Taxing Question

– Times Higher Education Supplement, March 27, 1981, p. 10

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the British Library.

Economic Costs and Benefits of Overseas Students

– The Overseas Students Question, ed. P. Williams (London: Heinemann Educational books, 1981)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Can Independent Education Be Suppressed?

– Journal of Economic Affairs, October, 1981

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Comment of Recurrent Education

– Collective Choice in Education, ed. M.J. Bowman (Boston: Kluwer Nijhoff Publishing, 1981)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Thoughts on the Distribution of Schooling and the Distribution of Earnings in Developing Countries

– IIEP, Planning Education for Reducing Inequalities (Paris: UNESCO/IIEP, 1981)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the UNESCO Library.

The Distributional Effects of Higher Education Subsidies

– Economics of Education Review, Vol 2 (3), Summer, 1982

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Distribution of Schooling and the Distribution of Earnings: Raising the School Leaving Age in 1972 (with C. Dougherty and G. Psacharopoulos)

– Manchester School, March, 1982

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

Where are We Now in the Economics of Education?

– Report for the OECD Directorate for Social Affairs, Manpower and Education (SME/ET/82.29), 1982

– Special Professorial Lecture (London : University of London Institute of Education, 1983)

– Economics of Education Review, Vol. 4 (1), 1985

AVAILABLE ONLINE. Also reprinted in The Economic Value of Education, ed. M. Blaug (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1992) AND Economic Theory and the Welfare State, ed. N. Barr (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2001).

Cost-Benefit Analysis Applied to the Concept of Economies of Scale in Higher Education

– Economies of Scale in Higher Education, ed. S. Goodlad (London: Society for Research into Higher Education, 1983)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Declining Subsidies to Higher Education: An Economic Analysis

– Reassessing the Role of Government in the Mixed Economy, ed. H. Giersch (Kiel: Institut für Weltwirtschaft, 1983)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Education Vouchers: A New Method of Financing Education

– Madrid: Instituto de Economia de Mercado, 1984

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries

Education Vouchers – It All Depends on What You Mean

– Privatisation and the Welfare State, eds. J. Le Grand and R. Robinson (London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1985)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library. Also reprinted in (London : George Allen & Unwin, 1985)

The ‘Pros’ and ‘Cons’ of Education Vouchers

– The Economic Review, 4 (5), May, 1987

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Possibly available at the LSE Library.

The University of Buckingham After Ten Years – A Tentative Evaluation (with G. K. Shaw)

– Higher Education Quarterly, December, 1987

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Current State of the British Economics Profession (with R.Towse)

– The Economic Journal, March 1990

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Economic Value of Higher Education

– The Ulhenbeck Lecture (Wassenaar, The Netherlands: N.I.A.S., 1990)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Not available at the LSE or British Libraries

Education and the Employment Contract

– The International Encyclopedia of Education, eds. T. Husen and N. Postlethwaite (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 2d ed., 1993)

– Education Economics, 1(1), 1993

AVAILABLE ONLINE.

The Overexpansion of Higher Education in the Third World

– Equity and Efficiency in Economic Development: Essays in Honour of Benjamin Higgins, ed. D.J. Savoie and I. Brecher (Montreal: McGill – Queen’s University Press, 1992)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Economics of Higher Education

– The Role of the University: A Global Perspective, ed. T. Husen (Tokyo: United National University, 1994)

AVAILABLE ONLINE

Finding the Evidence (with F. Bosch and J. Diaz)

– Education Reform in Democratic Spain, eds. O. Boyd-Barrett and P. O’Malley (London: Routledge, 1995)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

Three Articles: ‘Introduction’ (with Peter Lloyd), ‘The Stability of Equilibrium’, ‘Indifference curves and isoquants’ (with Peter Lloyd)

– Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics, eds. M. Blaug and  P.J. Lloyd (Cheltenham, UK and Northampton MA: Edward Elgar, 2010)

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE. Available at the LSE Library.

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