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The Legacy of Thorstein Veblen

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Veblen was an original thinker, responsible for introducing and popularising a host of important concepts and insights. He ignited controversy not only in economics, but also in sociology, history and political science. The number and quality of the responses to his work provide evidence of the novelty and explanatory power of his ideas. These comprehensive volumes will enable the reader to sample the broad spectrum of Veblen's thought and that of his critics and interpreters. They include critical appraisals of the corpus of his published work as well as reinterpretations of his life and influence on the social sciences particularly economics, political science and sociology. This authoritative collection includes reprints of materials previously published by leading scholars on nearly every aspect of Veblen's life and work. It will be invaluable to professional scholars and graduate students who wish to heighten their understanding of the alternatives to formalism in the social studies.
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`The thoughtful anthology on studies of Veblen is most timely in an era when profits no longer have much to do with productivity and conspicuous consumption is more conspicuous than ever. America's greatest social scientist dealt with emotions that continue to plague us - competitive rivalry, desire, envy, emulation.' -- John Patrick Diggins, Graduate Center City University of New York, US

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Edited by Rick Tilman, Professor Emeritus of Public Administration, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, US


Contents: Volume I Acknowledgements Introduction Rick Tilman PART I ORIGINS AND BASIS OF VEBLEN'S THOUGHT 1. William M. Dugger (1979), `The Origins of Thorstein Veblen's Thought' 2. Anne Mayhew (1987), `The Beginnings of Institutionalism' 3. Philip Mirowski (1987), `The Philosophical Bases of Institutionalist Economics' 4. Stephen Edgell and Rick Tilman (1989), `The Intellectual Antecedents of Thorstein Veblen: A Reappraisal' PART II HIS THEORY OF EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE 5. Stephen Edgell (1975), `Thorstein Veblen's Theory of Evolutionary Change' 6. Malcolm Rutherford (1984), `Thorstein Veblen and the Processes of Institutional Change' 7. Paul D. Bush (1987), `The Theory of Institutional Change' 8. Ann Jennings and William Waller (1994), `Evolutionary Economics and Cultural Hermeneutics: Veblen, Cultural Relativism, and Blind Drift' 9. Geoffrey M. Hodgson (1998), `On the Evolution of Thorstein Veblen's Evolutionary Economics' 10. Clare Virginia Eby (1998), `Veblen's Assault on Time' PART III THEORY OF HUMAN NATURE 11. Melville J. Herskovits (1936), `The Significance of Thorstein Veblen for Anthropology' 12. Thomas C. Mayberry (1969), `Thorstein Veblen on Human Nature' 13. John P. Diggins (1977), `Animism and the Origins of Alienation: The Anthropological Perspective of Thorstein Veblen' 14. William T. Waller, Jr. (1988), `The Concept of Habit in Economic Analysis' 15. Stephen Edgell and Jules Townshend (1993), `Marx and Veblen on Human Nature, History, and Capitalism: Vive la Difference!' PART IV CONSUMPTION 16. H. Leibenstein (1950), `Bandwagon, Snob, and Veblen Effects in the Theory of Consumers' Demand' 17. Robert L. Steiner and Joseph Weiss (1951), `Veblen Revised in the Light of Counter-Snobbery' 18. David B. Hamilton (1987), `Institutional Economics and Consumption' 19. Stephen Edgell (1992), `Veblen and Post-Veblen Studies of Conspicuous Consumption: Social Stratification and Fashion' 20. Roger Mason (1995), `Interpersonal Effects on Consumer Demand in Economic Theory and Marketing Thought, 1890-1950' 21. Colin Campbell (1995), `Conspicuous Confusion? A Critique of Veblen's Theory of Conspicuous Consumption' 22. Rick Tilman (1999), `Thorstein Veblen and the Disinterest of Neoclassical Economists in Wasteful Consumption' PART V CRITIC OF CLASSICAL AND NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS 23. A.W. Coats (1954), `The Influence of Veblen's Methodology' 24. Marc R. Tool (1977), `A Social Value Theory in Neoinstitutional Economics' 25. Syamal K. Ghosh (1984), `On the Validity of Veblen's Criticisms of Economic Orthodoxy: An Analysis of His Positions in the Light of Current Conditions and Economic Thought' 26. Sasan Fayazmanesh (1998), `On Veblen's Coining of the Term "Neoclassical"' Name Index Volume II Acknowledgements An introduction by the editor to all three volumes appears in Volume I PART I VEBLEN'S ECONOMIC SYSTEM 1. Karl L. Anderson (1933), `The Unity of Veblen's Theoretical System' 2. J.A. Hobson (1937), `The Economics of Thorstein Veblen' 3. Paul M. Sweezy (1957), `The Theory of Business Enterprise and Absentee Ownership' 4. Kenneth J. Arrow (1975), `Thorstein Veblen as an Economic Theorist' 5. Donald A. Walker (1977), `Thorstein Veblen's Economic System' 6. James M. Cypher (1998), `Financial Dominance in the US Economy: The Increased Relevance of Veblen's Analysis in a Post-Keynesian Structure' PART II ON SOCIALISM AND RADICAL ECONOMICS 7. Joseph E. Pluta and Charles G. Leathers (1978), `Veblen and Modern Radical Economics' 8. E.K. Hunt (1979), `The Importance of Thorstein Veblen for Contemporary Marxism' 9. James Ronald Stanfield (1989), `Veblenian and Neo-Marxian Perspectives On the Cultural Crisis of Late Capitalism' 10. William M. Dugger and William Waller (1996), `Radical Institutionalism: From Technological to Democratic Instrumentalism' PART III VEBLEN AS SOCIOLOGIST AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHER 11. Arthur K. Davis (1945), `Sociological Elements in Veblen's Economic Theory' 12.