- Mitsui Professor of Economics, University Birmingham, 1956-1978. Visiting Professor, Columbia University, 1954-1955, University Virginia, 1960, University Saarland, 1962, 1980, Yale University, 1963^1, American National University, 1967, Dalhousie University, 1970, University Western Australia, 1975, University California Davis, 1978.
- Significance and Basic Postulates of Economic Theory
- Written in response to Lionel Robbin's An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science, Hutchison's treatise on the methodology and philosophy of economics sets out the limits of pure economics and questions the iron-clad distinction between positive and normative economics.
- Positive Economics and Policy Objectives (Modern Revivals in Economics)
- In this text, the concept of "positive" economics is examined in two directions: firstly, by surveying the treatment of the normative-positive distinction in the history of economic thought; and secondly, by tracing the sources and roles of value judgements and bias in economics.
- The Politics and Philosophy of Economics: Marxians, Keynesians, and Austrians
- This book examines the philosophical underpinnings and political motivations of the various schools of economic thought, tracing their development in some cases over several generations and examining at length the work of the major proponents of each school.
- On Revolutions and Progress in Economic Knowledge (Modern Revivals in Economics)
- A collection of critical essays on the three main revolutions in the history of economic thought: the Smithian revolution; the marginal or neo-classical revolution; and the Keynesian revolution.