Economic Ideas that Built America reconstructs the development of American political economy as seen through the eyes of its principal architects and interpreters, working to overcome the ideological nature of recent historiography. The volumes in the series – contextualized through analytical introductions and enriched with explanatory footnotes, bibliographies and indices – offer a wide selection of texts inspired by very different economic visions, and stress their complex consequences and interactions in the rich but often neglected history of American economic thought.

Series Editor
Sophus A. Reinert – Harvard Business School, USA

Editorial Board
Glenn C. Altschuler – Cornell University, USA
Richard Bensel – Cornell University, USA
Ferdinando Fasce – Università di Genova, Italy
James T. Kloppenberg – Harvard University, USA

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The New Olive Branch (1820) and Selected Essays

By Mathew Carey, Edited by Lawrence A. Peskin

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

October 2014

Thorstein Veblen

Edited by Erik S. Reinert & Francesca L. Viano

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

October 2014

£70.00, $115.00  Hardback

December 2012

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