A Concise History of Economic Thought by Gianni Vaggi
From Merchantilism to Monetarism

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Gianni Vaggi and Peter Groenewegen present a brief history of economic thought in two parts dealing respectively with classical economics and modern developments. Each of the 18 chapters looks at the contributions of a major economist, from Thomas Mun in the early 17th century through to Keynes and Harrod and the foundations of modern macroeconomics in the 20th century. Suggestions are given for further reading on each economist featured.
 

About Gianni Vaggi

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Gianni Vaggi is Professor of Economics, University of Pavia, Italy. Peter Groenewegen is in the Department of Economics, University of Sydney.
 
Published February 8, 2003 by Palgrave Macmillan. 336 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History. Non-fiction