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Little book of big ideas : economics

Author: Mathew Forstater
Publisher: Chicago : Chicago Review Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Provides an overview of key topics and individuals in economics, including such concepts as competition, monopoly, and business cycle theory.
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mathew Forstater
ISBN: 1556526660 9781556526664
OCLC Number: 464394091
Description: 128 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Contents: Pre-classical economics. Aristotle ; St. Thomas Aquinas ; Ibn Kaldhun ; Thomas Mun ; John Locke ; Economics and the economy ; David Hume --
Classical economics. William Petty ; Richard Cantillon ; Francois Quesnay ; Adam Smith ; Money and finance ; Thomas Malthus ; David Ricardo ; John Stuart Mill ; Karl Marx --
Neoclassical economics. Competition ; Piero Sraffa ; Alfred Marshall ; W. Stanley Jevons ; Leon Walrus ; Carl Menger ; Say's law ; Knut Wicksell ; Irving Fisher ; John Hicks ; Paul Samuelson ; Milton Friedman ; Friedrich Hayek ; Robert Mundell --
Keynesian economics. Growth theory ; John Maynard Keynes ; Don Patinkin ; Joan Robinson ; Joseph E. Stiglitz ; Uncertainty and information ; Abba Lerner ; Nicholas Kaldor ; James Buchanen ; Robert Eisner ; Alan Greenspan ; Edmund Phelps ; Paul Krugman --
Historical and institutional economics. Consumer behavior ; Gustav von Schmoller ; Georg Friedrich Kapp ; Robert L. Heilbroner ; Peter Kropotkin ; Thorstein Veblen ; Business cycle theory ; Karl Wilhelm Kapp ; John Kenneth Galbraith ; Charlotte Perkins Gilman --
Development economics. Simon Kuznets ; Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen ; Economic development ; Joseph Schumpeter ; Wassily Leontief ; Amartya Sen.
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Provides an overview of key topics and individuals in economics, including such concepts as competition, monopoly, and business cycle theory.

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