LASSWELLT:h e first of our discussants is of the discipline that the rest of the social scientists examine with mixed feelings of respect and envy, namely, economics. Prof. Jan Tinbergen. TINBERGEIN p: ropose not only to give a very brief summary of my paper but to add a few remarks that are inspired by the discussions in these two and a half days. In my paper I trace how, during the last century and a half, both the aims and the means of social economic policies have changed. A number of social objectives have been added to the aims, especially care for the weak and income distribution generally, but other social objectives as well.

economics, social sciences
Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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Articles (Jan Tinbergen)
New York Academy of Sciences. Annals
Erasmus School of Economics

Lasswel, H, Schachter, O, & Tinbergen, J. (1971). Economics, political science, and law. Introduction. In New York Academy of Sciences. Annals (Vol. 184, pp. 329–348). Blackwell Publishing Ltd. doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1971.tb41336.x