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ECON 7660 - History of Economic Thought
Prerequisites: Graduate status and proficiency in reading and writing English. Examines the history of Western economics beginning with the ancient Greeks, including the medieval scholastics, the early modern mercantilists, and selected thinkers from classical liberal economics, socialism, the historical and institutionalist schools of economics, neoclassical economics, and contemporary economics.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Economics and Finance Department

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