Book 2015

How Crises Shaped Economic Ideas and Policies

Wiser After the Events?

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ISBN: 978-3-319-16870-8 (Print) 978-3-319-16871-5 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-11

    Introduction: Delusions and Lessons

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    Pages 13-23

    Forms of Economic Theories and Crises

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    Pages 25-39

    How Old Are Economics?

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    Pages 41-50

    Economic Crises and Practices in the Roman and Byzantine Era

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    Pages 51-68

    Economic Theories and Practices in Medieval Europe

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    Pages 69-85

    Economics Before the Industrial Revolution

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    Pages 87-101

    The Industrial Revolution and the Foundation of Classical Economics

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    Pages 103-117

    Crises and Theories After the Industrial Revolution

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    Pages 119-139

    From Accumulation to Distribution

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    Pages 141-154

    The Great Crisis and the Theory of Keynes

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    Pages 155-170

    Theories of Central Planning and the Socialist Crises

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    Pages 171-184

    From Keynesian Economics to Stagflation

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    Pages 185-196

    Development, Collapse and New Theories

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    Pages 197-211

    Post 2008: Challenging the Foundations of Orthodoxy

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    Pages 213-222

    Is There a Methodological Crisis in Economics?