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ECON0450

History of Economic Thought

History of Economic Thought
This course offers a historical and analytical perspective on the development of economic ideas. It asks the question: Why is economics what it is today? A number of international issues will be considered, such as the differential development of economic ideas in different countries, comparative advantage and its relation to trade, and the development and spread of socialist ideas. In this course students will read Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and Frederich Hayek. (ECON 0250 and ECON 0255; or by approval) 3 hrs. sem.
Subject:
Economics
Department:
Economics
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
HIS PHL
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2013

ECON0450A-F13 Lecture (Colander)

Spring 2013

ECON0450A-S13 Seminar (Prasch)

Fall 2011

ECON0450A-F11 Seminar (Colander)

Fall 2010

ECON0450A-F10 Seminar (Colander)

Fall 2009

ECON0450A-F09 Seminar (Prasch)

Spring 2009

ECON0450A-S09 Seminar (Colander)

Fall 2007

ECON0450A-F07 Seminar (Colander)

Spring 2007

ECON0450A-S07 Seminar (Colander)

Fall 2005

ECON0450A-F05 Seminar (Prasch)

Fall 2004

ECON0450A-F04 Lecture (Colander)

Fall 2003

ECON0450A-F03 Lecture (Colander)