ECON-3502 History of Economic Analysis
Today´s economic analysis (neoclassical theory) takes the neo-Walrasian model of General Market Equilibrium as analytical reference. The course seeks to explain clearly that the history of economic analysis is linked to debates and disagreements about the great questions of society and economics. Therefore, emphasis is given to identifying the approaches and differences that have shocked the development of the most scientifically pretentious theory. Lastly, the course is targeted to demonstrate that the history of economic analysis is not an erudite speech on dead theories but rather a part of the conditions for economic science progress.
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