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Author Dōme, Takuo, 1959-

Title History of economic theory : a critical introduction / Takuo Dome.

Published Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : E. Elgar, [1994]
©1994

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 UniM Bund  330.09 DOME {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 338 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-328) and indexes.
Contents Pt. I. Classical Economics. 1. Adam Smith: the founder of classical economics. 2. Thomas Robert Malthus: population and economy. 3. David Ricardo: the origin of theoretical economics. 4. Karl Marx: a predictor of the collapse of the capitalist economy -- Pt. II. Marginalist Economics. 5. The marginal revolution: the beginning of modern economics. 6. William Stanley Jevons: a challenger to classical economics. 7. Leon Walras: formation of general equilibrium theory. 8. Carl Menger: the founder of the Austrian school. 9. Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk: development of the Austrian school. 10. Alfred Marshall: generalization of classical economics by the marginal principle. 11. Arthur Cecil Pigou: establishment of welfare economics -- Pt. III. Macroeconomics after Keynes. 12. Knut Wicksell: secession from the quantity theory of money? 13. John Maynard Keynes: the advent of the General Theory. 14. IS-LM analysis: neoclassical synthesis of the General Theory.
15. General disequilibrium analysis: a micro-foundation of the General Theory. 16. Roy Harrod: a dynamic version of the General Theory. 17. Post-Keynesian economics: classical synthesis of the General Theory. 18. Monetarism and rational-expectation school: anti-Keynesian economics.
Subject Economics -- History.
ISBN 185898114X $74.95