Economists and the Economy The Evolution of Economic Ideas

Backhouse, Roger, Backhouse, Roger E.

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Backhouse, Roger, Backhouse, Roger E.
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1993
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9781560007159
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ENGLISH
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Economists and the Economy seeks to explain how economic theories are formed in response to specific incidents affecting economic events. The work covers both major historical events, such as the English Civil War, the Industrial Revolution, and the Great Depression, and intellectual developments in economic thought. Among the theories examined are neoclassical growth theory and the Harrod-Domar model.Backhouse, Roger is the author of 'Economists and the Economy The Evolution of Economic Ideas', published 1993 under ISBN 9781560007159 and ISBN 156000715X.

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