5 edition of A history of economic theory found in the catalog.
A history of economic theory
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Aiko Ikeo and Heinz D. Kurz.|
|Contributions||Negishi, Takashi, 1933-, Ikeo, Aiko, 1956-, Kurz, Heinz-Dieter.|
|LC Classifications||HB75 .H5447 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415433044, 9780203880074|
|LC Control Number||2008041886|
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A History of Economic Theory offers a comprehensive account of the builders and building blocks of modern mainstream economics. Jurg Niehans shows how the analytical tools used by economists have evolved from the eighteenth century to the by: Rewarding and demanding, Negishi's text offers fresh insights into the logical structure of the principal writings of the progenitors of modern mainstream economic theory.
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Ekelund and Hébert's survey provides historical and international contexts for how economic models have served social needs throughout the centuries beginning with the ancient Greeks through the present /5(15).
Ekelund and Hebert have the authoritative text on history of economic thought for a survey of that field. The book is patiently written and scrupulously researched.
It covers topics from ancient Greek political economy to contemporary by: The History of Economic Theory features selected writings from influential economists of the 18th and 19th centuries. Included are the prominent works of Adam Smith, Jean-Baptiste Say, and J.R. s: 1. This chapter focuses on the history of economics.
The history of economics is not necessary to study theories of present day economics. Economic theories of the past, which are no longer included in the theoretical system of contemporary economics, are those theories that have once been refuted by the empirical test in the past.
The book explains in throrough detail the various points of origin for economic theory and the two roads that have been taken most prevalently since the time of Adam Smith.
The strength of the book lies in its analysis of modern mainstream theory and. The History of Economic Theory features selected essays from influential economists of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Included are the prominent works of T.R. Malthus, David Ricardo, Frédéric Bastiat, and John Stuart Mill/5(2). I managed to get through a huge chunk of this book (maybe %). Ekelund and Hebert provide a good overview of the general history of economics with a focus on economic theory and method instead of historical facts and events (as the title suggests)/5.
Known for its clarity, comprehensiveness, and balance, the latest edition of A History of Economic Theory and Method continues that tradition of excellence. Ekelund and Hébert’s survey provides historical and international contexts for how economic models have served social needs throughout the centuries—beginning with the ancient Greeks through the.
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Aims to interest students of modern economic theory in the history of economics. This volume considers past economic theories and translates them into mathematical models. It discusses the history of economics from the point of view of contemporary economic theory and also a bird's-eye view of the historical development of economics.
The History of Economic Theory features selected essays from influential economists of the 18th and 19th centuries. Included are the prominent works of T.R.
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