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The Literate Economist: A Brief History of Economics (The Harpercollins Series in Economics)


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Publisher:Harpercollins College Div, 1994



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Bridging the gap between past and present, this brief history of economics text, with extensive references made to literature throughout, is a supplement to help introduce students to the intricacies of the field. Defining the evolution of economics as a social science, this text illustrates how the ideas of great economists not only influence societies but were also shaped by their cultural milieu. Understanding the reasoning behind economists' visions and theories allows students to place economics within a broader community of ideas with the aim of initiating more critical thinking in their studies. Often humorous, this text seeks to make students' first foray into economics more lively and relevant.

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