History of Economic Thoughts - ECN 327

A study of origins and development of economic thought from mercantilism to present. The course emphasizes ‘thought” rather than history. It covers carefully economic reasoning of great and influential economists that led into modern economic analysis. Topics include mercantilism, physiocrats, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Robert Malthus, pre Marxian socialists, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Austrian economists, Alfred Marshall and John Maynard Keynes. Prerequisites: ECN 211, ECN 212.