Lindahl, Dynamics and Death
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Fifty years have passed since the Stockholm School of economic thought was carried to the font by Bertil Ohlin. As was fitting, the anniversary was celebrated with a conference in Stockholm to which prominent economists made pilgrimage from near and far. Even before this, an extra fine commemorative gift had been proffered in Lund, the very city from which such bitter criticism had once upon a time been directed at the Stockholm School, in the form of a doctoral dissertation on Erik Lindahl och Stockholmsskolans dynamiska metod (Erik Lindahl and the Dynamic Method of the Stockholm School) (Lund Economic Studies 39, 1987), written by Jan Petersson.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Journal||Scandinavian Economic History Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|