ECON 383 - History of Economic Thought
Semester Offered: Fall
A survey of the world-wide history of economic thought, from the ancient world to the present. Major contributions to the theories of value, production, and distribution are considered. Influential schools of thought and the technological, ideological and social forces that shaped them are examined concluding with an analysis of the development of modern economic thinking. Philosophical and methodological issues are discussed throughout. Paul Ruud.
Prerequisite(s): ECON 200 , ECON 201 and permission of the instructor.
Two 75-minute periods.
Course Format: CLS
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