R.E. (Roger) Backhouse

Faculty of Philosophy
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Roger E. Backhouse (1951) is Professor of the History and Philosophy of Economics at the University of Birmingham. At the faculty of Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam he is Endowed Professor of the chair for ‘Methodology and History of Economics'.

  • R.E. Backhouse & T. Nishizawa (2010). No Wealth But Life: Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Britain, 1880-1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (2010). The Unsocial Social Science? Economics and Neighboring Disciplines since 1945. Durham: Duke University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2010). The Puzzle of Modern Economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (2010). The History of the Social Sciences since 1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (2010). Economics. In R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (Eds.), The History of the Social Sciences since 1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2010). An abstruse and mathematical argument: the use of mathematical reasoning in the General Theory. In B.W. Bateman, C. Marcuzzo & T. Hirai (Eds.), The Return of Keynes: Keynes and Keynesian Policies in the New Millennium (pp. 133-147). Cambridge: Harvard University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & B.W. Bateman (2010). Whose Keynes? In R.W. Dimand, R. Mundell & A. Vercelli (Eds.), Keynes's General Theory: A Reconsideration after Seventy Years. London: Palgrave for the International Economic Association
  • R.E. Backhouse (2010). Welfare economics: old and new. In R.E. Backhouse & T. Nishizawa (Eds.), No Wealth But Life: Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Britain, 1880-1945 (pp. 223-235). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2010). J. A. Hobson as a welfare economist. In R.E. Backhouse & T. Nishizawa (Eds.), No Wealth But Life: Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Britain, 1880-1945 (pp. 114-135). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & T. Nishizawa (2010). Towards a reinterpretation of welfare economics. In R.E. Backhouse & T. Nishizawa (Eds.), No Wealth But Life: Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Britain, 1880-1945 (pp. 1-21). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2010). The peculiarities of place: the Irish historical economists. In T. Boylan, R. Prendergast & J. Turner (Eds.), Ireland and Political Economy: Towards a History of Irish Economic Thought. Londen: Routledge
  • R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (2010). Towards a history of the social sciences. In R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (Eds.), The History of the Social Sciences since 1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse & Y. Giraud (2010). Circular flow diagram. In P. Lloyd & M. Blaug (Eds.), Famous Diagrams in Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (2010). Introduction. In R.E. Backhouse & Ph. Fontaine (Eds.), The History of the Social Sciences since 1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2009). Friedman´s 1953 essay and the marginalist controversy. In U.I. Maki (Ed.), The Methodology of Positive Economics: Reflections on the Milton Friedman Legacy (pp. 217-240). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • R.E. Backhouse (2009). Schumpeter on Marshall: a reconsideration. In T. Nishizawa & Y. Shionoya (Eds.), Marshall and Schumpeter on Evolution: Economic Sociology of Capitalist Development (pp. 48-61). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

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