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General Guide To Schools Of Economic Thought

Sergio A. Berumen
ESIC Business & Marketing School, 3rd edition, Madrid, 2017
Level: beginner
Perspectives: Austrian Economics, Behavioral Economics, Complexity Economics, Ecological Economics, Evolutionary Economics, Feminist Economics, Institutionalist Economics, Marxian Political Economy, Neoclassical Economics, Other, Post-Keynesian Economics
Topic: Reflection of Economics
Format: Poster
Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319310305_General_Guide_Of_Schools_Of_Economic_Thought_-_3rd_Edition

Poster of the different schools of thought made by Sergio A. Berumen. From the Greeks to late 20th and beginning of the 21th century.


Comment from our editors:

This poster shows all the breadth and depth of different schools of economic thought as they have developed through history. By way of this 'family tree', it is easy to see how one school has built on the other, differentiated from a common ground, broken-off from an existing school, etc. etc.

Economics is just as rich as other social sciences; that's what Exploring Economics is all about.

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