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Routledge Studies in the History of Economics


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Economics continues to draw inspiration from the ideas of past economists. This series provides an arena for current debate in the study of the history of economics. Adhering to no single methodology, it includes volumes which explore the ideas of individual economists, major schools of thought, and the evolution of key ideas and theories within economic analysis.

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Economic Methodology, History and Pluralism Expanding Economic Thought to Meet Contemporary Challenges

Economic Methodology, History and Pluralism: Expanding Economic Thought to Meet Contemporary Challenges

1st Edition

Edited By Ioana Negru, Penelope Hawkins
December 30, 2022

Economic Methodology, History and Pluralism: Expanding Economic Thought to Meet Contemporary Challenges pays tribute to Emeritus Professor Sheila Dow (University of Stirling, Scotland). This volume focusses on the contributions of Dow to economic methodology, pluralism and the history of economic ...

Global Commerce in the Age of Enlightenment Theories, Practices, and Institutions in the Eighteenth Century

Global Commerce in the Age of Enlightenment: Theories, Practices, and Institutions in the Eighteenth Century

1st Edition

By J. Bohorquez
December 30, 2022

Combining contextual, institutional, and global perspectives, this book evaluates the impact of international trade on eighteenth-century economic thought. It meticulously delineates how economic ideas and institutions flowed between North and South Europe and across the Indian and Atlantic Oceans ...

Modern Japanese Economic Thought An Intellectual History to 1950

Modern Japanese Economic Thought: An Intellectual History to 1950

1st Edition

By Kiichiro Yagi
December 30, 2022

Since the late-19th century, Japan has made remarkable strides in industrialization. Beginning with the economic vision of Miura Baien in the 18th century, and employing a detailed comparison with the West, this book delves into the economic thought of the scholars who played a pivotal role in ...

Monetary Economics, Banking and Policy Expanding Economic Thought to Meet Contemporary Challenges

Monetary Economics, Banking and Policy: Expanding Economic Thought to Meet Contemporary Challenges

1st Edition

Edited By Penelope Hawkins, Ioana Negru
December 31, 2021

This edited collection seeks to advance thinking on money and the monetary nature of the economy, macroeconomic analysis and economic policy, setting it within the context of current scholarship and global socioeconomic concerns, and the crisis in the economics discipline. A key aim is to highlight...

The Early History of Economics in the United States The Influence of the German Historical School of Economics on Teaching and Theory

The Early History of Economics in the United States: The Influence of the German Historical School of Economics on Teaching and Theory

1st Edition

By Birsen Filip
October 24, 2022

Since the latter half of the 20th century, the economics departments of American universities were internationally renowned for providing competitive and advanced levels of education. However, from the 1870s up until the beginning of WWI, German universities held international supremacy when it ...

Foundations of Organisational Economics Histories and Theories of the Firm and Production

Foundations of Organisational Economics: Histories and Theories of the Firm and Production

1st Edition

By Paul Walker
September 26, 2022

Foundations of Organisational Economics: Histories and Theories of the Firm and Production delves into a range of key topics to do with the history of the mainstream approach to the theory of production and the theory of the firm. This includes the frameworks used to analyse production, the ...

Macroeconomic Analysis in the Classical Tradition The Impediments Of Keynes’s Influence

Macroeconomic Analysis in the Classical Tradition: The Impediments Of Keynes’s Influence

1st Edition

By James C W Ahiakpor
September 26, 2022

Macroeconomic Analysis in the Classical Tradition explains how the influence of Keynes’s macroeconomics, including his changed definitions of some key macroeconomic concepts, has impeded many analysts’ ability to readily resolve disputes in modern macroeconomics. Expanding on his earlier ...

Liberalism and the Philosophy of Economics

Liberalism and the Philosophy of Economics

1st Edition

By Tsutomu Hashimoto
September 15, 2022

Drawing on recent work in the contemporary philosophy of economics, this book presents new ideas on liberalism, including the concept of ‘growth-oriented liberalism’. Since the end of the Cold War, questions and definitions of liberalism have moved from the sphere of political systems (the ...

Metaphors in the History of Economic Thought Crises, Business Cycles and Equilibrium

Metaphors in the History of Economic Thought: Crises, Business Cycles and Equilibrium

1st Edition

Edited By Roberto Baranzini, Daniele Besomi
August 25, 2022

Metaphors in the History of Economic Thought: Crises, Business Cycles and Equilibrium explores the evolution of economic theorizing through the lens of metaphors. The edited volume sheds light on metaphors which have been used by a range of key thinkers and schools of thought to describe economic ...

An Economic Philosophy of Production, Work and Consumption A Transhistorical Framework

An Economic Philosophy of Production, Work and Consumption: A Transhistorical Framework

1st Edition

By Rodney Edvinsson
August 01, 2022

An Economic Philosophy of Production, Work and Consumption presents a new transhistorical framework of defining production, work and consumption. It shows that they all share the common feature of intentional physical transformation of something external to the agent, at some point in time. The ...

Poverty in the History of Economic Thought From Mercantilism to Neoclassical Economics

Poverty in the History of Economic Thought: From Mercantilism to Neoclassical Economics

1st Edition

Edited By Mats Lundahl, Daniel Rauhut, Neelambar Hatti
August 01, 2022

Poverty in the History of Economic Thought: From Mercantilism to Neoclassical Economics aims to describe and critically examine how economic thought deals with poverty and the poor, including its causes, consequences, reduction, and abolition. This edited volume traces the economic ideas of key ...

English Economic Thought in the Seventeenth Century Rejecting the Dutch Model

English Economic Thought in the Seventeenth Century: Rejecting the Dutch Model

1st Edition

By Seiichiro Ito
May 30, 2022

In the seventeenth century, England saw Holland as an economic power to learn from and compete with. English Economic Thought in the Seventeenth Century: Rejecting the Dutch Model analyses English economic discourse during this period, and explores the ways in which England’s economy was shaped by ...

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