QC Economics

Economics Faculty

Harvey Gram, Professor
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Schools Attended:
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973

Research Interests: International Economics; Capital Theory; History of Economic Thought  

Publications
 

Books Written:

 

Classical and Neoclassical Theories of General Equilibrium: Historical Origins and Mathematical Structure (with V. C. Walsh), Oxford University Press, 1980.

Book Chapters:

 

"Expectations and the Capital Controversy" in Bill Gibson (ed), Joan Robinson's Economics: A Centennial Celebration.

Journal Articles:

 

Duality and Positive Profits," Contributions to Political Economy, Vol. 4, 1985, pp. 61-71. Reprinted in Ian Steedman, ed., Sraffian Economics, Vol. II, Edward Elgar: Aldershot, 1989, pp. 162-178.

"Dependent and self-reliant growth with foreign borrowing: a comment," Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 16, No. 1, March 1992, pp. 91-99.

"Income Distribution," "Necessities, Conveniencies and Luxuries," and "Value" in Heinz D. Kurz and Neri Salvadori, eds., The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 1998.

"Critical Comments on André Burgstaller's 'Property and Prices: Toward a Unified Theory of Value'," Metroeconomica, Vol. 2(2), May 2001, pp. 149-161.

"Comment on 'Capacity Utilization, Foreign Portfolio Investment and International Debts and Deficits'," Review of Political Economy, Vol. 14(3), July 2002, pp. 357-77.

"Openness versus Closedness in Classical and Neoclassical Economics," Review of Political Economy, Vol. 15(3), July 2003, pp. 421-27.

"Joan Robinson: Classical Revivalist or Neoclassical Critique?" Review of Political Economy, Vol. 15(4), October 2003, pp. 493-509.

Courses I Teach/Have Taught:

Course Website Course Description: ECON326

Course Website Course Description: ECON206

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