Edgeworth on chance, economic hazard, and statistics
Among the early neo-classical economists, Francis Edgeworth is known as one of the most brilliant. Mirowski has created an intellectual biography of this key figure that is unprecedented in scope.
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Edgeworths Neglected Book
Selections from Edgeworths Published Papers
lth edition 1911
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