Summary: A collection of readings to accompany Ekelund's A HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THEORY AND METHOD and other selected texts. This reader contains a grid on page vii that cross references other economic history texts.
Edition/Copyright:96 Cover: Paperback Publisher:McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Year Published: 1996 International: No
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Part One Pre Classical Economics
Ancient and Medieval Economic Thought Mercantilism and the Dawn of Capitalism Economic Before Smith: Irish, French and Spanish Roots
Part Two The Classical Period
Adam Smith: System Builder Classical Economics I: Utility, Population and Money Classical Economics II: The Ricardian System and Its Critics Classical Economics III John Stuart Mill Economic Policy in the Classical Period Karl Marx and the Revolt Against Classical Economics
Part Three The Neoclassical Period
Neoclassical Theorists Ahead of their Time: Cournot and Dupult Microeconomics in England: William Stanley Jevons Alfred Marshall and the Neoclassical Synthesis The Vision and Impact of Leon Wairas
Part Four Twentieth-Century Paradigms
Thorstein Veblen and American Institutional Economics Competition Reconsidered: Chamberlin and Robinson John Maynard Keynes, The General Theory, and the Development of Modern Macroeconomics Contemporary Macroeconomics:The Quantity Theory, Monetarism, and Rational Expectations Austrian Economics Public Choice and Regulation: The New Political Economy Contemporary Microeconomics: A Rich and Movable Feast Postscript: Ideas, Events and Economic Method
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