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A Brief History of Economic Thought


Why the History of Economic Thought Is Considered Useless: The Cumulative ViewThe Competitive ViewThe Stages of Economic Theorising: Conceptualisation and Model-buildingEconomics and the History of Economic ThoughtThe Prehistory of of Political EconomyWhy We Call It Prehistory Classical AntiquityPatristic ThoughtThe ScholasticsUsury and Just PriceBullionists and MercantilistsThe Naissance of Economic Thought in Italy: Antonio SerraWilliam Petty and the Origins of Political EconomyLife and WritingsPolitical Arithmetic and the Method of Economic ScienceNational State and the Economic SystemCommodity and MarketSurplus, Distribution, PricesFrom Body Politic to Economic TablesThe Debates of the TimeJohn LockeThe Motivations and Consequences of Human ActionsBernard de MandevilleRichard CantillonFranfois Quesnay and the PhysiocratsThe Political Economy of the Enlightenment; TurgotThe Italian Enlightenment: the Abbe GalianiThe Scottish Enlightenment: Francis Hutcheson and David HumeAdam SmithLife and WritingsMethodThe Moral Principle of SympathyThe Wealth of NationsValue and PricesNatural Prices and Market PricesThe Origin of the Division of Labour: Smith and PownallEconomic and Political Liberalism: Smith’s FortunesEconomic Science at the Time of the French RevolutionThe Perfectibility of Human Societies: Between Utopias and ReformsMalthus and the Population PrincipleSay’s LawUnder-consumption Theories: Malthus, SismondiThe Debate on the Poor LawsThe Debate on the ColoniesBentham’s UtilitarianismDavid RicardoLife and WorksRicardo’s Dynamic VisionFrom the Corn Model to the Labour Theory of ValueAbsolute Value and Exchangeable Value: The Invariable Standard of ValueMoneyInternational Trade and the Theory of Comparative CostsOn Machinery: Technological Change and EmploymentThe Ricardians and the Decline of RicardianismThe Forces in the FieldRobert TorrensSamuel BaileyThomas De Quincey and John Ramsay McCullochThe Ricardian Socialists and CooperativismNassau William Senior and the Anti-Ricardian ReactionCharles BabbageJohn Stuart Mill and Philosophical RadicalismMill on Political EconomyKarl MarxLife and WritingsThe Critique of the Division of Labour: Alienation and Commodity FetishismThe Critique of Capitalism and ExploitationAccumulation and Expanded ReproductionThe Laws of Movement of CapitalismThe Transformation of Labour Values into Prices of ProductionA Critical AssessmentMarxism after MarxThe Marginalist Revolution: The Subjective Theory of ValueThe Marginalist Revolution: An OverviewThe Precursors: Equilibrium between Scarcity and DemandWilliam Stanley JevonsThe Jevonian RevolutionReal Cost and Opportunity CostThe Austrian School and Its NeighbourhoodCarlMengerThe ‘Methodenstreit’Max WeberEugen von Bohm-BawerkKnut Wicksell and the Swedish SchoolFriedrich von HayekGeneral Economic EquilibriumThe Invisible Hand of the MarketLeon WalrasVilfredo Pareto and the Lausanne SchoolIrving FisherThe Debate on the Existence, Uniqueness and Stability of EquilibriumAlfred MarshallLife and WritingsThe BackgroundThe PrinciplesEconomics Becomes a ProfessionMonetary Theory: From the Old to the New Cambridge SchoolMarshallian Developments in Italy and the United StatesThorstein Veblen and InstitutionalismWelfare Economics and Imperfect CompetitionJohn Maynard KeynesLife and Writings1Probability and UncertaintyThe Treatise on MoneyFrom the Treatise to the General TheoryThe General TheoryThe Asymmetries of Economic Policy in an Open Economy and International InstitutionsMichal KaleckiThe New Cambridge SchoolJoseph SchumpeterLife and WritingsMethodFrom Statics to Dynamics: The CycleThe Breakdown of CapitalismThe Path of Economic SciencePiero SraffaFirst Writings: Money and BankingCriticism of Marshallian TheoryImperfect Competition and the Critique of the Representative FirmCambridge: Wittgenstein and KeynesThe Critical Edition of Ricardo’s WritingsProduction of Commodities by Means of CommoditiesCritique of the Marginalist ApproachThe Sraffian SchoolsThe Age of DisgregationFrom One Side of the Atlantic to the OtherThe New Foundations: General Equilibrium and Expected UtilitiesBehavioural Paradoxes and Behavioural EconomicsThe ‘Lowbrow Theory’: Macroeconomics and Growth TheoryThe New Theories of the FirmEconometrics and A-theoretical EmpiricismEvolutionary Theory and InstitutionalismEconomics and EthicsBibliography
 
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