Course Plan for ECO 421 History of Economic Analysis I Fall 2014 - Tarihi Havadis

Course Plan for ECO 421 History of Economic Analysis I Fall 2014

Instructor: Dr. Muammer KAYMAK
URL: http://yunus.hacettepe.edu.tr/~mkaymak
Course Blog: http://http://smithricardomarx.blogspot.com
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Basic Texts:

1) Eric Roll, A History of Economic Thought, London, Faber and Faber, 1954.

2) E.K. Hunt and Mark Lautzenheiser, History of economic thought : a critical perspective, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2011.
3) Duncan K. Foley, Adam's Fallacy, A Guide to Economic Theology, Cambridge:Harvard University Press, 2006.

Note: Please follow the links..Some links indicated with "*" require campus access or proxy.

COURSE PLAN 
I. Why and How to study the history of economic thought?
Hüseyin Özel, "İktisadi Analiz Tarihine Nasıl Yaklaşmak Gerekir?" Hacettepe Üniversitesi İ.İ.B.F. Dergisi, Cilt 19, Sayı 2, 2001, s. 19-38.
Mark Blaug, Economic Theory in Retrospect, Introduction: Has Economic Theory Progressed? 

II. The Beginnings of Economic Thought
-Eric Roll, A History of Economic Thought, ch. 1
-*Raymond De Rover, "Scholastic Economics: Survival and Lasting Influence from the Sixteenth Century to Adam Smith", The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 69, No. 2 (May, 1955), pp. 161-190
-S.M.Ghazanfar, "The economic thought of Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali and St Thomas Aquinas: some comparative parallels and links", in Medieval Islamic economic thought: filling the “Great Gap” in European economics/ edited by S.M.Ghazanfar, foreword by S.Todd Lowry, RoutledgeCurzon, New York London, 2003,  pp.184-208.
-*Joseph J. Spengler, "Economic Thought of Islam: Ibn Khaldun" Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Apr., 1964), pp. 268-306

III. Political Economy of Early Capitalism: Mercantilism
-Eric Roll, A History of Economic Thought, ch. 2
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, History of Economic Thought, ch. 2

IV.The Emergence of Classical Political Economy
-Eric Roll, ch. 3
-Maurice Dobb, "Classical Political Economy", in Political Economy of Capitalism:Some Essays in Economic Tradition, New York: International Publishers, pp 34-54. 

IV. The Founder of Classical Political Economy: Adam Smith
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 3
-Duncan K.Foley, Adam's Fallacy, A Guide to Economic Theology, ch 1

V. Political Economy as a Dismal Science: Thomas R.Malthus
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 4.
-Duncan K.Foley, Adam's Fallacy, A Guide to Economic Theology, ch. 2

VI. The Climax and the limits of Classical Political Economy
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 5
-Duncan K.Foley, Adam's Fallacy, A Guide to Economic Theology, ch. 2
-David Ricardo, On Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, ch, 1, 2, 21, 31.

VII. Disintegration of Classical School: Bentham, Say ve Senior
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 6.

VIII. Political Economy of the Poor or  Ricardian Socialism
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 7.

IX. Pure versus Eclectic Utilitarianism:The Writings of Bastiat and Mill.
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 8.

X. Karl Marx and the Critique of Political Economy
-E.K. Hunt and M. Lautzenheiser, ch. 9.
-Karl Marx, The Capital Volume I Ch. 7, 8, 9, 12, 15, 25.
-Duncan K. Foley, Understanding Capital: Marx's Economic Theory, Harvard University Press, 1986.


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