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Abstract The paper analyses the import and appropriation of Rawls’s theory of justice into the emerging field of optimal taxation theory in the 1970s. It focuses first on the pioneer contributions of Atkinson and Phelps to integrate Rawls’s maximin into optimal taxation models, and then on their...
Abstract The papers in this issue deal with the transformation from public finance to public economics at a theoretical and philosophical level in the mid-twentieth century. Our introduction situates these papers within their intellectual context. To do so, we provide a broad outline of the...
Abstract Peter Howitt is best known for his contributions to growth theory, but his work in short-run economics, which began with his Ph.D thesis and still continues, is important and deserves attention. It lies firmly in the Keynesian macro-disequilibrium tradition of Robert Clower and Axel...
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