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One Hundred Years Ago. The Book That Inspired the Carbon Price: Pigou’s The Economics of Welfare

  • Hawkins J
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While Arthur Cecil Pigou has slipped from the ‘first eleven’ of economics, his ideas have never been more relevant. His most important work was The Economics of Welfare, published in 1920. The book...

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Hawkins, J. (2020). One Hundred Years Ago. The Book That Inspired the Carbon Price: Pigou’s The Economics of Welfare. History of Economics Review, 77(1), 61–74. https://doi.org/10.1080/10370196.2020.1827759

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