Value and Capital

John Hicks, Value and Capital (Oxford, 1939)

(1) A canon of contemporary economics, trying to theorize the dynamic analysis of economic system by introducing the so-called comparative static approach, even though this approach is a little out of date...

(2) Chapters one and two, explaining very clearly the relation between theories of Jevons (cardinal utility), Walras (cardinal utility plus general equilibrium), Pareto (ordinal utility plus general equilibrium) and of Marshal (partial equilibrium), will be a useful textbook for my course (but is that all I could understand from this book ?).