A Critical Analysis of the Contributions of Notable Black Economists
The purpose of this study is to highlight the achievements of black economists and to critically analyze their contribution to economic theory. It also looks at the background and influences of each individual economists that appears in this book. The author also considers the nature of economics, explains what economists actually do and questions the contribution of minorities to economic theory.
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William Edward Burghardt Du Bois The Multidisciplinary Scholar
Sir W Arthur Lewis Development Economist and Nobel Laureate
Thomas Sowell A Neoclassical Thinker 1930
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