260. Joan Robinson to Harrod , 29 October [1932] [a]

 

 

[Replies to 259 ]

3, Trumpington Street, Cambridge #

29 October [1932] [b]

Dear Mr. Harrod,

It was just because I suffer from the same inability to beep out of a scrap where marginal curves are concerned that I asked you to refrain. I can't trust myself not to spend time in it that ought to go to my book. [1] But why not read the article [2] & make note against my turning up in Oxford next month (Nov. 18 or so)? Don't bother to write in between. I have decided to leave the article as it is even if you convince me that I have got you wrong. You can always sink me in a Note. [3] But I think we agree on all major points.

Yours

Joan Robinson

  1. 1. J. V. Robinson, The Economics of Imperfect Competition (1933).

    2. J. V. Robinson, "Imperfect Competition and Falling Supply Price" (1932).

    3. Harrod replied with "A Further Note on Decreasing Costs" ( 1933:7 ), which also dealt with the issues discussed in the following exchange of views with Joan Robinson, beginning at letter 295 .

    1. a. ALS, one page, with envelope addressed to Christ Church, in KHLM, 216. Reproduced by kind permission of the Provost and Scholars, King's College, Cambridge.

      b. Postmark.


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