Warren Samuels, "Essays in the History of Economics"
Publisher: Routledge | 2004 | ISBN 041570006X | PDF | 336 pages | 1.26 MB
The history of economics is littered with concepts characterized by the multiple ways in which they can be approached and formulated. In essence, this is the thing which makes the history of economic thought so interesting and important. This volume examines four key subjects in the history of economics: Adam Smith's concept of the division of labor; whether "recent" developments in economic thought are yet worthy of serious examination; the varying approaches to the history of economic though embodied in textbooks; and the legacy of Thorstein Veblen as an economic theorist. The caliber of the authors of this book make it stand out from the crowd and as such this work will be a valuable and interesting tool for all those economists wise enough to thoroughly study their discipline's history as well as its here now.
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