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978-1-4985-7160-9 • Hardback • May 2018 • $117.00 • (£90.00)
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Joseph R. Cammarosano is professor emeritus of economics at Fordham University.
Chapter 1: The Early Contributors to the Development of Economic Thought
Chapter 2: The Mercantilists and the Physiocrats
Chapter 3: Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations
Chapter 4: The Classicists
Chapter 5: The Early Critics of Classical Economics
Chapter 6: The Later Classicists
Chapter 7: The Socialists and Karl Marx
Chapter 8: The Marginalist School
Chapter 9: The Outliers
Chapter 10: The American Economists
Chapter 11: Marshall and Keynes
About the Author
This book presents a clear and lucid tryptic through a significant part of the history of economic thought and analysis from Aristotle to John Maynard Keynes. It is a book that all economists should read, especially those who are not historians of the discipline, so that they have some understanding that the analytical framework they employ has historical roots.
— Roy Rotheim, Skidmore College
Cammarosano produces an exceptional summary his major themes. . . this book exhibits a great breadth and depth of knowledge of the history of economic thought, generally presented in a way appropriate for its intended readers.
— Eh.Net: The Economic History Network