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An outline of the history of economic thought

Author: Ernesto Screpanti; Stefano Zamagni
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd ed. rev. and expandedView all editions and formats
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Providing a comprehensive overview of the development of economics from its beginnings, this title traces economic factors from the Middle Ages through to more contemporary times, explaining key aspects in macroeconomics.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ernesto Screpanti; Stefano Zamagni
ISBN: 0199279136 0199279144 9780199279135 9780199279142
OCLC Number: 57281275
Notes: Previous edition: Oxford: Clarendon, 1993.
Description: xviii, 559 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The birth of political economy : Opening of the modern world, Mercantilism, Some forerunners of classical political economy --
The laissez-faire revolution and smithian economics : The laiseez-faire revolution, Adam Smith, The Smithonian orthodoxy --
From Ricardo to Mill : Ricardo and Malthus, The disintegration of classical political economy in the age of Ricardo, The theories of economic harmony and Mill's synthesis, English monetary theories and debates in the age of classical economics --
Social economic thought and Marx : From Utopia to socialism, Socialist economic theories, Marx's economic theory --
The triumph of utilitarianism and the marginalist revolution : The marginalist revolution, William Stanley Jones, Léon Walras, Carl Menger --
The construction of neoclassical orthodoxy : The belle époque, Marshall and the English neoclassical economist, Neoclassical theory in America, Neoclassical theory in Austria and Sweden, Pareto and the Italian neoclassical economist --
The years of high theory: I : Problems of economic dynamics, John Maynard Keynes, Michal Kalecki, Joseph Alois Schumpeter --
The years of high theory: II : The theory of market forms, The theory of general economic equilibrium, The new welfare economics, The debate on economic calculation under socialism, alternative approaches : Contemporary macroeconomic theories : From the golden age to stagflation, The neoclassical synthesis, The monetarist counter-revolution, From disequilibrium to non-Walrasian equilibrium, The post-Keynesian approach, The new Keynesian macroeconomics --
Neoclassical economics from triumph to crisis : The neo-Walrasian approach to general economic equilibrium, Developments in the new welfare economics and the economic theories of justice, The controversy on marginalism in the theory of firm and markets --
At the margins of orthodoxy : Games, evolution and growth, The theory of production as a circular process, Marxist economic thought between orthodoxy and revision --
A post-Smithian revolution : At the threshold of the millennium, Sources of contemporary institutionalist and evolutionary theory: four unconventional economists, Approaches to institutional analysis, radical political economy, Beyond homo oeconomicus.
Other Titles: Profilo di storia del pensiero economico.
Responsibility: Ernesto Screpanti and Stefano Zamagni ; translated by David Field and Lynn Kirby.
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