Bibliografie Thorstein B. Veblen

i.e. Thorstein Bunde Veblen
*Cato, Wisconsin 30. Juli 1857
†Menlo Park, California 3. August 1929
US-amerikanischer Nationalökonom und Soziologe, Begründer des Institutionalismus

Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • The ethical grounds of a doctrine of retribution. Philosophische Dissertation, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 1884 (ungedruckt).
  • (Übersetzer) Gustav Cohn: The science of finance. Translated by T.B. Veblen. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press 1895 (= Economic studies of the University of Chicago. 1.), xi, 800 S. Original: System der Finanzwirtschaft. Ein Lesebuch für Studirende [!]. Stuttgart 1889 (= System der Nationalökonomie. 2.).
  • (Herausgeber) The Journal of Political Economy (Chicago, Ill.), 1896-1905.
  • The theory of the leisure class. An economic study in the evolution of institutions. New York, N.Y. / London: Macmillan / Macmillan 1899, viii, 400 S.
  • The use of loan credit in modern business. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1903, 22 S. Separatabdruck aus: Decennial publications of the University of Chicago. First series (Chicago, Ill.), Bd. 4, S. 31-50.
  • The theory of business enterprise. New York, N.Y.: Scribner's 1904, vii, 400 S.
  • The instinct of workmanship, and the state of the industrial arts. New York, N.Y.: Macmillan 1914, ix, 355 S.
  • Imperial Germany and the industrial revolution. New York, N.Y. / London: Macmillan / Macmillan 1915, viii, 324 S.
  • An inquiry into the nature of peace and the terms of its perpetuation. New York, N.Y. / London: Macmillan / Macmillan 1917, xiii, 367 S. Später auch unter dem Titel: The nature of peace.
  • The higher learning in America. A memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men. New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1918, viii, 286 S.
  • (Herausgeber) The Dial (New York, N.Y.), 1918-1919.
  • The place of science in modern civilisation and other essays. New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1919, 509 S. Später auch unter dem Titel: Veblen on Marx, race, science, and economics.
  • The industrial system and the captains of industry. New York, N.Y.: Oriole [1919], 27 S.
  • The vested interests and the state of the industrial arts ("The modern point of view and the new order"). New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1919, 183 S. Später auch unter dem Titel: The vested interests and the common man ("The modern point of view and the new order").
  • The engineers and the price system. New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1921, 169 S.
  • Absentee ownership and business enterprise in recent times. The case of America. New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1923, 445 S.
  • (Herausgeber & Übersetzer) The Laxdæla. Translated from the Icelandic, with an introduction by Thorstein Veblen. New York, N.Y.: Huebsch 1925, xv, 302 S. Original: Laxdæla saga. Entstanden zwischen 1230 und 1260.
  • Essays in our changing order. Edited by Leon Ardzrooni. New York, N.Y.: Viking Press 1934, xviii, 472 S.
  • What Veblen taught. Selected writings of Thorstein Veblen. Edited with an introduction by Wesley C[lair] Mitchell. New York, N.Y.: Viking Press 1936, xlix, 503 S.
  • The portable Veblen. Edited, and with an introduction, by Max Lerner. New York, N.Y.: Viking Press 1948 (= The Viking portable library.), vii, 632 S. Werkauswahl.
  • Thorstein Veblen. Selections from his work, with an introduction and commentaries by Bernard Rosenberg. New York, N.Y.: Crowell 1963 (= Major contributors to social science series.), 100 S. Werkauswahl.
  • The writings of Thorstein Veblen. New York, N.Y.: Kelley 1964-1965 (= Reprints of economics classics.), 11 Bände:

    • The theory of the leisure class. With the addition of a review by William Dean Howells. 1965, 400 S.
    • The theory of business enterprise. With the addition of a review by James Hayden Tufts. 1965, 400 S.
    • The instinct of workmanship, and the state of the industrial arts. 1964, ix, 355 S.
    • Imperial Germany and the industrial revolution. 1964, xxi, 343 S.
    • An inquiry into the nature of peace and the terms of its perpetuation. 1964, xii, 376 S.
    • The higher learning in America. A memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men. 1965, viii, 286 S.
    • The vested interests and the common man ("The modern point of view and the new order"). 1964, 183 S.
    • The engineers and the price system. 1965, 169 S.
    • Absentee ownership and business enterpise [i.e. enterprise] in recent times. The case of America. 1964, 445 S.
    • Essays in our changing order. Edited by Leon Ardzrooni. With the addition of a recently discovered memorandum "Wire Barrage" supplied by Joseph Dorfman. 1964, xviii, 476 S.
    • What Veblen taught. Selected writings of Thorstein Veblen. Edited with an introduction by Wesley C[lair] Mitchell. 1964, xlix, 503 S.
  • Essays, reviews, and reports. Previously uncollected writings. Edited and with an introduction, New light on Veblen, by Joseph Dorfman. Clifton, N.J.: Kelley 1973, viii, 690 S.
  • A Veblen treasury. From leisure class to war, peace, and capitalism. Rick Tilman, editor. Armonk, N.Y.: Sharpe 1993 (= Studies in institutional economics.), xxix, 402 S. Werkauswahl.
  • The collected works of Thorstein Veblen. London: Routledge / Thoemmes Press 1994 (= Thoemmes reprints.), 10 Bände:

    • Volume 1: The theory of the leisure class. An economic study of institutions. Reprint of 1st edition. xxxviii, 227, 404 S. Enthält auch John
      A[tkinson] Hobson: Veblen. Reprint of 1st edition (1936).
    • Volume 2: The theory of business enterprise. Reprint of 1st edition. vii, 400 S.
    • Volume 3: The instinct of workmanship, and the state of the industrial arts. Reprint of 1st edition. ix, 355 S.
    • Volume 4: Imperial Germany and the industrial revolution. Reprint of 1st edition. viii, 324 S.
    • Volume 5: An inquiry into the nature of peace and the terms of its perpetuation. Reprint of 1st edition. xiii, 367 S.
    • Volume 6: The higher learning in America. A memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men. Reprint of 1st edition. viii, 286 S.
    • Volume 7: The vested interests and the common man, and, The engineers and the price system. Reprints of the 1st editions. 183, 169 S.
    • Volume 8: The place of science in modern civilisation and other essays. Reprint of 1st edition. 509 S.
    • Volume 9: Absentee ownership and business enterpise [i.e. enterprise] in recent times. The case of America. Reprint of 1st edition. 445 S.
    • Volume 10: Essays in our changing order. Reprint of the 1st edition. xviii, 470 S.






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