The History of Economic Thought

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E. Elgar Pub., 1990 - Business & Economics - 387 pages
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The history of economic thought does not stand still and, like other fields of study, it experiences outbursts of new interpretations and revised perspectives. Mark Blaug one of the most important historians of economic thought of his generation has prepared an authoritative collection which reflects the fresh currents that have been blowing through the history of economic thought in recent years. The volume successfully conveys the many types and models of analysis that characterise the modern history of economic thought. Professor Blaug s masterful selection will be essential reading for all instructors, researchers and students of the history of economic thought.

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