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by Daniel Roland Fusfeld

ISBN: 0321031431
ISBN13: 978-0321031433
Language: English
Publisher: Addison-Wesley; Subsequent edition (August 1, 1998)
Pages: 208
Category: Business and Finance
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Fusfeld, Daniel Roland, 1922-. Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-247) and indexes. Cut text on cover inherent on printed book.

Fusfeld, Daniel Roland, 1922-. Boston : Addison-Wesley.

by Daniel R. Fusfeld (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0321088123. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Intended for many introductory courses, this short text chronicles the development of modern economics through discussions of the major schools of thought and through biographical sketches of key figures.

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This book presents a historical overview of economics to explain the functioning of a market economy.

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By Daniel Kurtz-Phelan. The author’s Ethiopian grandmother, Yetemegnu, was married at the age of eight to a religious student more than 20 years her senior. By 14 she was a mother. A law professor and an economist argue that the way out of liberalism’s impasse is to expand the role of markets, not to subdue them. Some of their ideas-on property rights, elections, immigration and much besides-are impractical, and others eccentric; but together they point to a possible response to the challenges of populism and protectionism.

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Surveying the history of economics from Adam Smith's day to the 1990s for those with interest but not expertise in the field, Rusfeld (U. of Michigan) explores the ideas and events which shaped competing economic theories over the past 200 years: .

This book presents a historical overview of economics to explain the functioning of a market economy. Through discussion of the major schools of economic thought, along with biographical sketches of the leading economists of each period, The Age of the Economist emphasizes the relationship between economic theory and policy and how both are influenced by events, ideologies and changing economic institutions.
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The history of economic thought has its fair share of textbooks that cater for introductory studies. Fusfeld's "The Age of the Economist" is one of these texts. Certainly, it is a close substitute for Robert Heilbroner's world-conquering "The Worldly Philosophers". Though not quite as good as Heilbroner in the story-telling department, Fusfeld is better in the area of breadth. "The Age of the Economist" covers a wider range of thinkers right up to the present. Also following Heilbroner, it makes an admirable attempt at fusing together the intellectual, sociological and economic influences shaping the thought of various individuals, schools and movements through time. This is a difficult, but essential task to perform in an introductory text, not least because it impresses upon the uninitiated the importance of taking account of the many and various influences upon the history of economic thought. This is something that is, sadly and, in my opinion, inexcusably neglected in more advanced texts. (Such texts should be properly entitled "Histories of Economic THEORY" rather than "Histories of Economic THOUGHT".) Anyway, Fusfeld does a good job in crafting an introductory history of economic thought text and includes a valuable bibliographical essay, thus enabling the curious reader to delve into the subject in greater depth.

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The history of economic thought has its fair share of textbooks that cater for introductory studies. Fusfeld's "The Age of the Economist" is one of these texts. Certainly, it is a close substitute for Robert Heilbroner's world-conquering "The Worldly Philosophers". Though not quite as good as Heilbroner in the story-telling department, Fusfeld is better in the area of breadth. "The Age of the Economist" covers a wider range of thinkers right up to the present. Also following Heilbroner, it makes an admirable attempt at fusing together the intellectual, sociological and economic influences shaping the thought of various individuals, schools and movements through time. This is a difficult, but essential task to perform in an introductory text, not least because it impresses upon the uninitiated the importance of taking account of the many and various influences upon the history of economic thought. This is something that is, sadly and, in my opinion, inexcusably neglected in more advanced texts. (Such texts should be properly entitled "Histories of Economic THEORY" rather than "Histories of Economic THOUGHT".) Anyway, Fusfeld does a good job in crafting an introductory history of economic thought text and includes a valuable bibliographical essay, thus enabling the curious reader to delve into the subject in greater depth.

I've brought this book (7th edition) in January 1997, and left it in my bookcase until a week ago (July 2013). I must confessed how silly I was that I did not pick it up much earlier. Although it is a small book, it is extremely concise and allowed the reader to understand the economic problems that we are facing today, and in particular, how politicians reacts in the global arena. In as early as 1994, the Author foresee the issue of the problem with the economic integration policy in Europe, with convincing reasons. What more could I say.

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