The precise nature of W. S. Jevons's utilitarianism as a guiding rule for economic policy has yet to be investigated, and that will be the first issue treated in this paper. While J. A. Schumpeter, for instance, asserted that 'some of the most prominent exponents of marginal utility' (including Jevons), were 'convinced utilitarians', he did not investigate the further implications for Jevons's policy analysis.1
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Peart, Sandra J. "Jevons's Applications of Utilitarian Theory to Economic Policy." Utilitas 2, no. 02 (1990): 281-306. doi:10.1017/S0953820800000704.