4 edition of The social economics of human material need found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John B. Davis and Edward J. O"Boyle.|
|Series||Political and social economy|
|Contributions||Davis, John Bryan., O"Boyle, Edward J., 1937-|
|LC Classifications||HC79.B38 S63 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||93008620|
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This collection of seven essays, a project of the Association for Social Economics, challenges the conventional paradigm of mainstream economics—which rejects human need as a viable concept—and seeks to establish a new paradigm grounded in human material need under its two distinct aspects: physical need and the need for work as : Hardcover.
This collection of seven essays, a project of the Association for Social Economics, challenges the conventional paradigm of mainstream economics—which rejects human need as a viable concept—and seeks to establish a new paradigm grounded in human material need under its two distinct aspects: physical need and the need for work as such.
In the Introduction, John B. Davis maintains that Cited by: Human Physical Need: A Concept That Is Both Absolute and Relative \/ Edward J. O\'Boyle -- 4. Government Participation to Address Human Material Need \/ Anthony E. Scaperlanda -- 5. The Need for Work as Such: Self-Expression and Belonging \/ Edward J.
O\'Boyle -- 6. Social Management and the Self-Managed Firm \/ Severyn T. Bruyn -- 7. Economics Faculty Research and Publications Economics, Department of Introduction to The Social Economics of Human Material Need John B. Davis Marquette University, @ Published version.
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