Front Page Titles (by Subject) L.S.E. Essays on Cost
James M. Buchanan, L.S.E. Essays on Cost 
The L.S.E. Essays on Cost, ed. J.M. Buchanan and G.F. Thirlby (New York University Press, 1981).
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A volume in the collection Studies in Economic Theory first published by the Institute for Humane Studies. This is a collection of essays written in the LSE opportunity cost tradition by scholars associated with the London School of Economics between 1937 and 1960. The papers are by Lionel Robbins, Hayek, Edwards, Coase, Thirlby, and Wiseman.
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- G. F. Thirlby, Preface
- 1: James M. Buchanan, Introduction: L.s.e. Cost Theory In Retrospect
- 2: Lionel Robbins, Remarks Upon Certain Aspects of the Theory of Costs
- 3: F. A. Von Hayek, Economics and Knowledge
- 4: R.s. Edwards, the Rationale of Cost Accounting
- 5: R.h. Coase, Business Organization and the Accountant
- 6: G.f. Thirlby, the Subjective Theory of Value and Accounting ‘cost’
- 7: G.f. Thirlby, the Ruler
- 8: G.f. Thirlby, the Economist's Description of Business Behaviour
- 9: Jack Wiseman, Uncertainty, Costs, and Collectivist Economic Planning
- 10: Jack Wiseman, the Theory of Public Utility Price— an Empty Box
- 11: G.f. Thirlby, Economists’ Cost Rules and Equilibrium Theory