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History of Economic Thought: A Critical Perspective by E. The new edition of this classroom classic retains the organizing theme of the original text, presenting the development of thought within the context of economic history. Economic ideas are framed in terms of the spheres of production and circulation, with a critical analysis of how past theorists presented their ideas. Paperbackpages. Published March by Routledge first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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I’ve read many things from Hunt mainly because I attended the University of Utah where Hunt had taught previously. While this book is fantastic for exploring different economic ideas over time it falls short in the critique and arguments against several theorists such as Smith or Mill.
I love studying much of the doctrine of economics as I search to find my own concrete theories concerning the theory of value, human nature, and economic systems in which the most can be gained. I feel however tha I’ve read many things from Hunt mainly because I attended the University of Utah where Hunt had taught previously.
I feel however that this book fails to deliver the more important aspects of explaining the purpose and conclusions of the authors studied and instead briefly describes their theories and moves straight to jumping into arbitrary critiques.
Not a bad read, but there are better ways to study economic history. Dec 18, Johnathan rated it did not epnsamento it.
I thought this book was going to actually be about the history of economic thought but it turned out to be a hardcore extremist marxist propaganda. The author is clearly not an academic and the arguements presented can be described as psuedo-intellectual at best. Um livro escrito por um analista socialista, enviesado. Jul 29, John Mihelic rated it it was amazing. Economics is a discipline that is still in contention, no matter what those at the orthodox schools will teach you mostly at the macro level, but no one outside a select group of self-styled wonks really care about micro stuff.
What Hunt and Lautzenheiser show is that the development of thought is a dynamic process that is a search for truth. One of their big themes that they talk about often is that the class position of the theorist really reflects and drives what they focus on and what escapes their attention.
Overall, this is very thorough. It was good enough that I kept it around and finished the chapters that were not assigned for class over the summer.
Nov 03, Algernon rated it really liked it Shelves: Highly laudable as a critical overview of economic theory that is accessible for econlmico who are not trained in economics. Both history and theory are presented with some technical detail.
Its critical perspective on many theories, and in particular the dominant ‘neoclassical’ paradigm, are intended to provoke thought and debate about conditions most human beings take for granted.
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Jan 21, James Taylor rated it really liked it Shelves: Marxian versus Neoclassical was my entry point to historical analysis in economics.
It’s a great introduction and guides readers to research on many of the topics it brushes on rather than attempting to be an all-inclusive compendium. Mar 11, Phurpa Wangdi rated it it was amazing. I really want this book and want to go through this book. Jan 08, Sam rated it really liked it. I do like the book, even though i support capitalism and its ideas, but a really great book especially for those who do not know anything about economic history in general.
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