History of Economic Thought
- Course description
- Course syllabus
of Economists: Pictures and Links
- This web site, created by Kit Sims Taylor, provides links to biographical and other material for the economists
discussed in Robert Heilbronner's The Worldly Philosophers.
- Centre d'Histoire de la Pensée Economique
- This site contains links to online texts, a discussion of the research of the Center, and links to other history of though sites on the net.
- Dead Economists Society
- This page provides a discussion of economists and other writers in the classical liberal tradition (i.e., government is bad, markets are good).
- European Society for the History of Economic Thought
- This site contains information about the Society, and a nice collection of links to history of economic thought sites on the internet.
- Great Economists and Their Times: Major Schools of Economic Theory
- A brief overview of some of the major schools of economic thought.
- History of Economics Internet References
- A list of links to a wide variety of history of thought sites.
- History of Economic Thought Archives at McMaster University.
- An incredible archive of classic works in economics and political economy.
- Institutional and Behavioral Economics
- This site, provided by A. Allan Schmid (Michigan University), contains links to working papers, reviews, course outlines, and announcements related to both new and old institutional and behavioral economics.
- Marshall Studies Bulletin
- An electronic version of an annual publication dealing with Marshall. (Produced by the University of Florence.)
- International Society for New Institutional Economics Network
- Information about the International Society for New Institutional Economics.
- Not the Final Exam
- An interesting history of thought trivia quiz provided by Alannah Orrison at Saddleback College.
- Portraits of Well-Known Economists
- This site contains scanned images from the Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection at Duke University.
- Post-Keynesian Thought Internet Archive
- This site contains information about Post-Keynesian economics, online Post-Keynesian articls, "virtual seminars" in Post-Keynesian Thought, and links to related sites.
- Why Austrian Economics Matters
- A description of the contributions of the Austrian school.
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- David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
- David Hume, Selected Works and Commentary
- William James, Essays in Radical Empiricism
- Immanuel Kant, Critique of Practical Reason
- Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, "Logical Positivism"
- Richard Harter, "The methodology of scientific research programmes"
- The Karl Popper Web
- Thomas Kuhn and Scientific Revolutions (RealAudio panel discussion - Science Friday, August 16, 1996)
- Imran Javaid, "Thomas Kuhn: Paradigms Die Hard"
- Malcolm R. Forster, Guide to Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"
- Early Preclassical Economic Thought
- Mercantilism, Physiocracy, and other Precursors to the Classical Model
- Classical Economic Thought
- The Dismal Economists: Ricardo and Malthus
- Utilitarianism: Bentham and Mill
- Economic Determinism: Karl Marx
- Austrian Economics
- Marginal Analysis Extended
- Rise of Neoclassical Thought: Alfred Marshall
- General Equilibrium Theory: Walras
- John R. Commons, "Institutional Economics"
- Thorstein Veblen, "The Instinct of Workmanship and the Irksomeness of Labor"
- Thorstein Veblen, "Why is Economics Not an Evolutionary Science?"
- Thorstein Veblen, "The Limitations of Marginal Utility"
- Thorstein Veblen, Theory of Business Enterprise
- Thorstein Veblen, The Theory of the Leisure Class
- Thorstein Veblen, The Vested Interests and the Common Man
- Thorstein Veblen, "The Barbarian Status of Women"
- Thorstein Veblen, "The Beginning of Ownership"
- Thorstein Veblen, The Higher Learning In America: A Memorandum On the Conduct of
Universities By Business Men
- The Socialist Debate
- Empirical Methods
- Modern Heterodox Economic Thought
Department of Economics, SUNY-Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126