A few remarks about the relation between positive and normative economics. I have incorporated bodily in this article without special reference most of my The Methodology of Positive Economics,? is undoubtedly one of the — or 2,500 citations in Google Scholar for writing ?the only on methodology that a Citations. Citations are extracted by the CitEc Project, subscribe to its RSS feed for this item. as. HTML, HTML with abstract, plain text
The first essay, The Methodology of Positive Economics, is, I think, wrong-headed. But fascinating. Essential . . Publisher, University of Chicago Press, 1953.
Essays In Positive Economics. Article · November 1954 with 85 Reads. DOI: 10.2307/1925908 · Source: OAI. Cite this publication. Milton M. Friedman. Abstract.
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