Essays in World Economics.Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1959 Stock Code: 140974
First edition of this collection of essays by John Hicks (19041989), the first British recipient of the Nobel prize in economics. "The essays that are included in this volume fall into two groups: one concerned with world trade, and the relations of the British economy to it; the other with general (and special) problems of under-developed countries" (front flap).
Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles to spine gilt. With dust jacket.
Top edge foxed. Otherwise a fine copy in a lightly sunned jacket with minor nicks and chips to spine ends and corners, mild creasing to extremities, a few closed tears to front panel, and a couple of tape repairs to verso.
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