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FIRST EDITION OF CLASSICS AND MODERNS, INSCRIBED BY HICKS TO DISTINGUISHED ECONOMIST JOHN MATHIS

HICKS, John R. Classics and Moderns. Oxford, England, 1983.

First edition of this compelling work attempting to connect classical theories of economics with their modern descendants, inscribed to a well-known economist: “John Mathis from John Hicks.” $1100.

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"THE FUNDAMENTAL DISTINCTION AMONG CAPITAL GOODS IS BETWEEN THOSE WHICH SATISFY PRESENT AND FUTURE WANTS JOINTLY, AND THOSE WHICH DERIVE THE WHOLE OF THEIR VALUE FROM… THE SATISFACTION OF FUTURE WANTS"

HICKS, John R. Capital and Time. Oxford, England, 1973.

First edition of this Keynes-influenced work about the effect of time on capital. $400.

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