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On the Many and Great Contradictions Present in Hicks’s June, 1936 Economic Journal Review of the General Theory When Compared to His April, 1937 Econometrica Article: Hicks Did Not Correctly Cite the 1936 Champernowne and Reddaway Reviews of the General Theory or the General Theory

Michael Emmett Brady, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Hayek’s Two Epistemologies: Economics and Sciences in General

Nicolas Cachanosky, Metropolitan State University of Denver, American Institute for Economic Research
Gabriel J. Zanotti, Universidad Austral

Cheap Sentiment

Claire A. Hill, University of Minnesota Law School

On the J M Keynes-Joan Robinson Correspondence Between September and November, 1936: How Keynes Finally Came to Realize That Joan Robinson Had No Understanding Whatsoever About His Liquidity Preference Theory of the Rate of Interest or the General Theory

Michael Emmett Brady, California State University, Dominguez Hills

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