* The Sources of Increased Efficiency: A Study of Dupont Rayon Plants
(Cambridge, Mass: M.I.T. Press), 1965, vii + 228.
* Studies in Classical Political Economy/I The Economics of Adam Smith
(Toronto: University of Toronto Press and London: Heinemann), 1973, x + 350. TRANSLATIONS: Italian (1976), Japanese (1976).
* Studies in Classical Political Economy/II The Economics of David Ricardo
(Toronto: UTP and London: Heinemann), 1979, xiv + 759. TRANSLATIONS: Spanish (1988), Japanese (1998).
* Studies in Classical Political Economy/III The Economics of John Stuart Mill
(Toronto: UTP and Oxford: Blackwell), 1985: Volume I, Theory and Method, xx + 481. Volume II, Political Economy, 482-1030.
* Classical Economics
(Oxford: Blackwell, 1987; Toronto: UTP, 1992), x + 485. TRANSLATION: Japanese (1991).
* Collected Essays/I Ricardo. The ‘New View’
(London and New York: Routledge), 1995, xiv + 369.
* Studies in Classical Political Economy/IV The Economics of Thomas Robert Malthus
(Toronto: UTP), 1997, xviii + 1045.
* Collected Essays/II The Literature of Political Economy
(London and New York: Routledge), 1998, xv + 410.
* Collected Essays/III John Stuart Mill on Economic Theory and Method
(London and New York: Routledge), 2000, xiii + 299.
* Jean-Baptiste Say and the Classical Canon in Economics: the British Connection in French Classicism
(London and New York: Routledge), 2005, xiii + 322.
* The Economics of Karl Marx: Analysis and Application
(Cambridge and New York : Cambridge University Press), 2008, xviii + 532.
* Friedrich Engels and Marxian Political Economy. New York and Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011, xiv + 408.
*Collected Essays/ IV. Essays on Classical and Marxian Political Economy, London and New York: Routledge, 2013, xxviii + 404.
Articles, Chapters, Notes
* “The Representative Firm and Imperfect Competition”, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXVII, May 1961, 236-41.
* “Malthus and Keynes”, Economic Journal LXXII, June 1962, 355-59.
* “Technology and Aggregate Demand in J.S. Mill’s Economic System”, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXX, May 1964, 175-84.
* Contribution, Problémes de Planification, F. Perroux et al., (Montreal: Les presses de 1’Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales), 1964, 241-2
* “On the Interpretation of the Just Price”, Kyklos, XVIII, December 1965, 615-34.
* “Some Technological Relationships in the Wealth of Nations and Ricardo’s Principles”, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXXII, May 1966, 184-201.
* “The Role of the State in Vocational Training: The Classical Economists’ View”, Southern Economic Journal, XXXIV, April 1968, 513-525.
* “The Role of Fixed Technical Coefficients in the Evolution of the Wages-Fund Controversy”, Oxford Economic Papers, XX, November 1968, 320-41.
* “The Role of the State in Vocational Training: Reply to E.G. West,” Southern Economic Journal, XXXV, April 1969, 378.
* “Malthus and the Post-Napoleonic Depression”, History of Political Economy, I: 2, Fall 1969, 306-35.
* “The Development of Ricardo’s Position on Machinery”, History of Political Economy, 111: 1, 1971, 105-135.
* “Some Implications of Adam Smith’s Analysis of Investment Priorities”, History of Political Economy, 111: 2, Fall 1971, 238-64.
* “Adam Smith’s Approach to Economic Development”, in P. Hughes and D. Williams, eds., The Varied Pattern: Studies in the 18th Century (Toronto: Hakkert), 1971, 269-96.
* “Ricardo’s Analysis of the Profit Rate, 1813-15”, Economica, XL, August 1973, 260-82. Reprinted in H.D. Kurz and N. Salvadori, eds. The Legacy of Piero Sraffa, Cheltenham, UK: An Elgar Reference Collection, 2003, Vol. I, pp. 577-99.
* “On the Teaching of the History of Economic Thought: Attack the Best Defence”, History of Political Economy, VII, Spring 1975, 115-21.
* “Ricardo and the Corn Profit Model”, Economica, vol. XLII, May 1975, 188-202.
* “The Historical Dimension of the Wealth of Nations”, Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Series IV, Volume XIV, 1976, 277-92. Reprinted in J. O’Driscoll, ed., Essays on Adam Smith (Ames: Iowa State U. Press), 1979, 71-84.
* “Adam Smith’s Theory of Value and Distribution”, in T. Wilson and A. Skinner, eds., Critical Essays on Adam Smith, Oxford, 1976, 313-23. In GERMAN: “Die Bedeutung von Nutzen and Nachfrage in Wohlstand der Nationen”, in H.C. Recktenwald ed., Ethik, Wirtschaft und Staat, Darmstadt, 1985, 193-207.
* “Ricardianism, J.S. Mill and the Neoclassical Challenge”, in J.M. Robson and M. Lane, eds., James and J.S. Mill: Papers of the Centenary Conference (Toronto: UTP, 1976), 67-85.
* Quarterly Journal of Economics (Tokyo), XLII, December 1976, 111-2 (JAPANESE).
* “Smith and Ricardo: Aspects of the 19th Century Legacy”, American Economic Review, LXVII, February 1977, 37-41. In JAPANESE: Toyo-Keizai (Oriental Economist), April 1977.
* “Ricardo and the Corn Laws: A Revision”, History of Political Economy, IX, Spring 1977, 1-47. In ITALIAN: Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, LXXXIV, May-June 1976, 280-326.
* “Adam Smith and the Self-Interest Axiom”, Journal of Law and Economics, XX, April 1977, 133-52. In JAPANESE: Academia: Nanzan Journal of Economics and Business Administration, 1978.
* “The Reception of Ricardian Economics”, Oxford Economic Papers, XXIX, July 1977, 1-37.
* (With Sir John Hicks) “Mr. Ricardo and the Moderns”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, XCI, August 1977, 351-69.
* “The Role of Bentham in the Early Development of Ricardian Theory”, The Bentham Newsletter (University College London), No. 3, December 1979, 2-17.
* “David Ricardo: Economics and Ideology”, Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought, July/September 1979, 5-35.
* “On Professor Samuelson’s Canonical Classical Model”, Journal of Economic Literature, XVIII, June 1980, 559-74.
* The Economics of David Ricardo. “Reply”, The Times Literary Supplement, July 11 1980, p. 782.
* “The Post-Ricardian Dissension: A Case-Study in Economics and Ideology”, Oxford Economic Papers, XXXII, November 1980, 370-410.
* The Economics of David Ricardo. “Reply”, Storia del pensiero economico, vol. 8, 1981, pp. 6-7 (ITALIAN).
* “Conclusion” to The Economics of Adam Smith (1973), Preface to microfiche collection: Adam Smith’s References in the Wealth of Nations (New York: Pergamon Press), 1981.
* “In Memoriam: William Jaffé, 1898-1980”, Canadian Journal of Economics, XIV, Feb. 1981, 106-9.
* “Marxian Economics as General-Equilibrium Theory”, History of Political Economy, XIII, Spring 1981, 121-54.
* “The Economics of David Ricardo: A Response to O’Brien”, Oxford Economic Papers, XXIV, March 1982, 224-46.
* “On Roncaglia’s ‘Hollander’s Ricardo’”, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, IV, Spring 1982, 360-72.
* “Professor Hollander and Ricardian Economics: A Reply to Moss”, Eastern Economic Journal, VIII, July 1982, 237-41.
* “On the Substantive Identity of the Classical and Neo-Classical Conceptions of Economic Organization: The French Connection in British Classicism”, Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 15, Nov. 1982, 586-612. Reprinted in G. Caravale, ed., The Legacy of David Ricardo (Blackwell, Oxford 1985), 13-44.
* “On the Interpretation of Ricardian Economics: The Assumption Regarding Wages”, American Economic Review, vol. 73, May 1983, 314-8.
* “Professor Garegnani’s Defence of Sraffa on the Material Rate of Profit”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 7, June 1983, 167-74.
* “William Whewell and J.S. Mill on the Methodology of Political Economy”, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, vol. 14, 1983, 127-68.
* “J.S. Mill’s Defence of Ricardian Economics”, Revue d’économie politique, Paris, vol. 93 (1983), 894-99.
* “J.S. Mill on ‘Derived Demand’ and the Wage-Fund Recantation”, Eastern Economic Journal, vol. 10, Jan/March (1984), 87-98.
* “Marx and Malthusianism: Marx’s Secular Path of Wages”, American Economic Review, vol. 74 (March 1984), 139-51.
* “Dynamic Equilibrium with Constant Wages: J.S. Mill’s Malthusian Analysis of the Secular Wage Path”, Kyklos, vol. 37 (1984), 247-65.
* “The Wage Path in Classical Growth Models: Ricardo, Malthus and Mill”, Oxford Economic Papers, vol. 36 (1984), 200-12.
* “Exogenous Factors & Classical Economics”, Social Science Information (International Social Science Council), 24 (1985), 423-56. Reprinted in U. Himmelstrand, ed., Windows on Economic Analysis (London: Routledge), 1992.
* “Marx and Malthusianism: A Reply to Miguel Ramirez”, American Economic Review, vol. 76 (June 1986), 548-50.
* “On Malthus’s Population Principle and Social Reform”, History of Political Economy, 18 (Summer 1986), 187-236.
* “On a ‘New Interpretation’ of Ricardo’s Early Treatment of Profitability”, Economic Journal, 96 (December 1986), 1091-97.
* “The Relevance of J.S. Mill: Some Implications for Modern Economics”, in R.D.C. Black, ed., Ideas in Economics (Proceedings of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. London: Macmillan), 1986, 129-59.
* “John Stuart Mill, as Economic Theorist”, J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, P. Newman eds., The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics (London and New York: Macmillan), 1987, III, pp. 471-6.
* “On Mill interpretation since Schumpeter”, in W. Thweatt, ed., The Classical Economists (Boston, Mass: Kluwer) 1987, pp. 163-77.
* “On a Severe Case of Schizophrenia in the History of Economic Thought”, History of Economics Newsletter, 38, Spring 1987, pp. 17-19; “A Final Reply from an Unrepentent Paranoiac’, ibid., 39, Autumn 1987, pp. 15-17.
* “On P. Mirowski’s ‘Physics and the Marginal Revolution’”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 13, 1989, pp. 459-70.
* “Diminishing Returns and Malthus’s First Essay: Theory and Application”, Economies et Sociétés, série Oeconomia, Histoire de la pensée économique, PE no. 11, 1989, pp. 11-39.
* “On Composition of Demand and Income Distribution in Classical Economics”, History of Economics Society Bulletin [Journal of the History of Economic Thought], 11, Fall 1989, pp. 216-21.
* “Malthus and Utilitarianism with special reference to the Essay on Population”, Utilitas, 1, Nov. 1989, pp. 170-210.
* “On Malthus’s Vision of the Population Problem in the Essay on Population”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 12, Spring 1990, pp. 1-26.
* “Ricardian Growth Theory: A Resolution of Some Problems in Textual Interpretation” and “Reply to Professor Stigler and Dr. Peach”, Oxford Economic Papers, 42, 1990, pp. 730-50, 769-71.
* “Mercados precios y distribucion: Por que Marshall estaba en lo correcto con respecto a Ricardo”, Economia (Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru), 13, June 1990, pp. 9-46 (SPANISH). “Alfred Marshall in Historical Perspective: Why Marshall was right about Ricardo”, European Economic Review, 35, May 1991, pp. 313-22.
* “Marx and the Falling Rate of Profit”, in G. Caravale, ed., Marx and Modern Economic Theory, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 1991, vol. II, pp. 3-35.
* “New Editions of Malthus”, Utilitas, 3, November 1991, pp. 303-10.
* “On the Endogeneity of the Margin and Related Issues in Ricardian Economics”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 13, Fall 1991, pp. 159-74.
* “History of Economics as History of Science”, History of Political Economy, 24, Spring 1992, 212-14.
* “On Malthus’s Physiocratic References”, History of Political Economy, 24(2), 1992, pp. 369-80.
* “On Malthus’s Abandonment of Agricultural Protectionism: A Discovery in the History of Economic Thought”, American Economic Review, 82, June 1992, pp. 650-9.
* “The Textual Interpretation of Ricardian Growth Theory: The ‘New View’ Confirmed (Again)”, History of Political Economy, 26, Fall 1994, pp.487-99.
* “Economic Theory and Policy: An Introduction to John Stuart Mill’s Political Economy”, in D. Reisman ed., Economic Theory and Political Thought, Kluwer, 1994, pp. 63-101.
* “On Arnon’s Thomas Tooke: Pioneer of Monetary Theory”, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 13, Spring 1995, pp. 273-8.
* “Malthus as a Physiocrat: Surplus versus scarcity”, Economies et Sociétés, Série Oeconomia, Histoire de la Pensée Economique, P.E. no. 22-23, 1995, pp. 79-116.
* “Locating Marx after the Fall”, History of Political Economy, 27, Spring 1995, 167-71.
* “Sraffa’s Rational Reconstruction of Ricardo: On Three Contributions to the Cambridge Journal of Economics”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 19, June 1995, pp.483-9.
* “More on Malthus and Agricultural Protection”, History of Political Economy, 27, Fall 1995, pp. 531-8.
* “It’s an ill wind ... A memoir”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 17, Fall 1995, pp. 285-306.
* “Notes on a possible Bentham manuscript: A mystery unresolved”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 20 /5, September 1996, pp. 623-35.
* “On the Authorship of ‘Spence on Commerce’ in the Edinburgh Review 1808”, Victorian Periodicals Review, 29/4, Winter 1996, pp. 315-29.
* “Keynes and Malthus: On Some Recent Secondary Literature”, The History of Economics Review [Australia], No. 25, Winter-Summer 1996, pp. 127-8.
* “Introduction” to T.R. Malthus, Essay on Population, reprints of the 1st through 6th editions, London: Routledge-Thoemmes Press, 1996, Vol. I, pp. v-lxiii.
* “Die ‘Corn-Law-Pamphlete’ von 1815: Malthus, West, Ricardo and Torrens”, in the series Klassiker der Nationalékonomie (Désseldorf: Verlag Wirtschaft and Finanzen GMBH), 1996, pp. 85-131 (GERMAN). Expanded version: “The Corn-Law Pamphlet Literature of 1815: Malthus, West, Ricardo and Torrens”, in The Literature of Political Economy: Collected Essays II, pp. 193-243.
* “John Stuart Mill”, The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics, in H. D. Kurz and N. Salvadori eds., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1998, Vol II, pp. 131-6.
* “John Rae and Adam Smith”, in O.F. Hamouda, C. Lee and D. Mair eds., The Economics of John Rae, London: Routledge, 1998, pp. 199-221.
* “‘Reappraisal of Malthus the Economist, 1933-1997’ by A.M.C. Waterman”, History of Political Economy, 30, Summer 1998, pp. 335-41.
* “Ricardo, Torrens and Sraffa: the untenability of de Vivo’s ‘Summing up’”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 22, 1998, pp. 617-22.
* “The Canonical Classical Growth Model: Content, Adherence and Priority”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 19, Fall 1998, pp. 253-77. Reprinted in S. Nistico and D. Tosato eds., Competing Economic Theories: Essays in Memory of Giovanni Caravale, Routledge: London and New York, 2002, pp. 41-66.
* “Sraffa in Historiographical Perspective: A Provisional Statement”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 5, Autumn 1998, pp. 429-36.
* “Sigot on the mystery manuscript: a reply”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 23 (January), 1999, pp. 379-83.
* “Malthus and Method: A Story in Irony”, in S. Daniel, P. Arestis and J. Grahl, eds., The History and Practice of Economics: Essays in Honour of Bernard Corry and Maurice Peston (Edward Elgar: Cheltenham), Vol. 2, 1999, pp. 67-80.
* “Martin Bronfenbrenner as a Comrade-in-Arms in Establishing the ‘new classical economics’”, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 58, July 1999.
* “Jeremy Bentham and Adam Smith on the Usury Laws: A ‘Smithian’ Reply to Bentham and a New Problem”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 6 (Winter), 1999, pp. 523-51. Reprinted in The Elgar Companion to Adam Smith, ed. J. Young (Edward Elgar: Cheltenham) 2006.
* (With Sandra Peart) “John Stuart Mill’s Method in Principle and Practice: A Review of the Evidence”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 20, Winter 1999, pp. 369-98.
* “Malthus and the Corn Profit Model” and “Rejoinder to Professor Garegnani”, in H. Kurz ed., Critical Essays on Piero Sraffa’s Legacy in Economics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 198-22 + 246-56.
* “Sraffa and the Interpretation of Ricardo: the Marxian Dimension”, History of Political Economy, 32 (2), 2000, pp. 187-232.
* “‘Classical Economics’: A Reification wrapped in an Anachronismé” in E. Forget and S. Peart eds., Reflecting on the Classical Canon in Economics, London: Routledge 2000, pp. 7-26.
* (with Sandra Peart) “J.S.Mill’s Method: A rejoinder to Abraham Hirsch”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22, September 2000, pp. 361-6.
* “On Cannibalism, Torture and Conspiracy. A Reply to Dr. Peach”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 25, 2001, pp. 693-5.
* “Malthus and Classical Economics: The Malthus-Ricardo Relationship,” Cahiers d’économie politique, 38, 2001, pp. 1-13. (In Rivon Le-calcala, March 2002, 49, pp. 189-201. HEBREW).
* “On John P. Henderson’s Life and Economics of David Ricardo”, Research in the History and Methodology of Economics, 19A, 2001, pp. 283-95.
* “Engels-Marx Versus Malthus on Distribution and the Population Issue”, in D. Hum, ed., Faith, Reason and Economics: Essays in Honour of Anthony Waterman, Winnipeg: St. John’s College Press, 2003, pp. 135-52. (In Rivon Le-calcala, June 2003, 50, pp. 363-78. HEBREW.)
* “Economic Organization, Distribution and the Equality Issue: The Marx-Engels Perspective”, Review of Austrian Economics, 17(1), 2004, pp. 5-39. (In Rivon Le-calcala, 2004, 51, pp. 457-77. HEBREW.)
* “Utilitarianism in a Theological Context” (The Economics of T.R. Malthus, pp. 917-48), in R. Whitaker ed., Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, London: Gale Group, 2004.
* “Jean-Baptiste Say and the Classical Canon in Economics: Land-Based Growth Theory,” History of Economic Ideas (ITALY), 14(2), 2005.
* “New avenues for research on Malthus studies”: On Hashimoto and Pullen’s “Two Unpublished Letters of Malthus,” History of Political Economy, 38, Summer 2006, pp. 391-5.
* “Ricardo as a 'Classical' economist; the 'new view' re-examined.” A Reply to Dr. Peach, History of Political Economy, 39, Summer 2007, pp. 307-12.
* “Continuing a Conversation with Larry Moss (1945-2009),” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 69, January 2010. Also in Widdy S. Ho ed. Laurence S. Moss 1944-2009, 2010, pp. 51-7. Chichester UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
* “Marx and Engels on Constitutional Reform vs. Revolution: Their ‘Revisionism’ Reviewed,” Theoria: A Journal of Social and Political Theory. March 2010. No. 122, pp. 51-91.
* “On Samuel Bailey and the question of his ‘influence’: A sceptical view,” in N. F. B. Allington & N. Thompson eds., Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 28B: English, Irish and Subversives Among the Dismal Scientists, Emerald Group, 2010, pp. 153-98.
* “Reply to Professor Stirati’s comment on my ‘Sraffa and the interpretation of Ricardo’” (see no.93), in Sraffa and Modern Economics, eds. R.Ciccone, C.Gehrke and G. Mongiovi. London: Routledge, 2011, pp. 334-48.
* “Making the Most of Anomaly in the History of Economic Thought: Smith, Marx-Engels, and Keynes,” in Perspectives on Keynesian Economics, eds., Arie Arnon, J. Weinblatt, and W. Young. Heidelberg and London: Springer, 2011, pp.15-30.
* “Understanding Engels (and Marx) and Adam Smith on economic organization and the price mechanism,” in Rediscovering Political Economy, ed. J. Postell and B. C. S. Watson, Lanham MD: Lexington Books, 2011, pp. 83-106.
* “On the Marxian Entrepreneur: Karl Marx’s Abandonment of the Doctrine of Exploitation under Industrial Capitalism.” International Critical Thought I, December 2011, pp. 444-55.
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* J. Gilchrist, The Church and Economic Activity in the Middle Ages (London: Macmillan), in Canadian Journal of Economics, III, August 1970, 522-4.
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