History of Economic Thought

    Understanding how economists conceived of the economy and of economic problems in different periods and settings allows current economists to resurrect valuable theoretical insights. These inform a new economic thinking that responds to the challenges of our own time.

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    Paul Samuelson, Women and the History of Economics (Part 2)

    As part of the tremendous promotion campaign for the 8th edition of his textbook Economics, Samuelson was devoted a feature in the New York Times (February 5, 1970, p. 41). Read more

    Inside Economics

    Charles Ferguson’s Inside Job forces us to fundamentally rethink the connections between economics and policy making. Read more