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Development of Economic Thought
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Olaniyi, Olayiwola Olubodun and Victor Adeyeye Abimbola
xiv+282p., indx., 25cm
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Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2018
 

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ISBN: 9789351248057
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Price: Rs 1995.00  

This book is the outcome of 33 years of research experience of different research works conducted by the authors and other colleagues. The contents of the book covers the syllabus on the subject matters related to both social sciences and applied sciences research.
This book is design to create awareness about the emergency trends in agriculture designing, developing new economics process to the target peoples and provide a platform for forthcoming researchers.

Dedication v
Foreword vii
Preface ix
1. History of Economic Thought 1
1.1. History of Economic Thought
1.2. Economic History
1.3. Why Study History of Economic Thought?
1.4. Schools of Economic Thought
1.5. Ancient Economic Thought
1.6. Economic Ideas of Aristotle
1.7. Compare and Contrast Aristotle’s and Plato’s Ideal State
2. The Analytical Contributions of Mercantilists to the
Economic Theory 15
2.1. The Analytical Contributions of Mercantilists to the Economic Theory
2.2. Important Mercantilist Writers
2.3. Criticism of Mercantilism
2.4. The Basic Principles of Physiocracy
2.5. Physiocratic Doctrines
2.6. The Physiocratic School
3. Classical, Socialist and Marxian School 29
3.1. Classical, Socialist and Marxian School
4. The Classical Labour Theory of Value 45
4.1. The Classical Labour Theory of Value
4.2. Malthus (Thomas Robert Malthus)
4.3. Theory of Glut
4.4. J.S. Mill
4.5. Socialists
4.6. Important Utopian Socialists
5. Marxian Political Economy 75
5.1. Marxian Political Economy
5.2. Economic Ideas of Marx
5.3. The Importance of the Study of Marxian Economics
5.4. Marxian Political Economy: Theory of Capitalist Crisis
6. Difference between Classical and Neoclassical Approach 99
6.1. Difference between Classical and Neoclassical Approach
6.2. Friedrich List
6.3. Important Economic Ideas of Veblen
6.4. Vilfredo Pareto (1848–1923)
7. Arthur Cecil Pigou (1877–1939) 115
7.1. Arthur Cecil Pigou (1877–1939)
7.2. Elasticity of Demand for Labour
7.3. Dynamic Theory of Production
8. Alfred Marshall: His Importance in Neoclassical Economics 129
8.1. Alfred Marshall: His Importance in Neoclassical Economics
8.2. Production and Long-Period Competitive Supply
9. Monetary Theory 141
9.1. Monetary Theory
9.2. The Aggregative Strand of Marshall’s Thought
9.3. Marshall and Economic Policy
10. Neoclassical Economics 149
10.1. Neoclassical Economics
10.2. Important Ideas of Institutionalism
10.3. Rate of Interest
10.4. New Classical Macroeconomics
11. New Classical Macroeconomics 165
11.1. New Classical Macroeconomics
11.2. Rational Expectations School
11.3. Indian Economic Thought
12. Modern Indian Economic Thought 177
12.1. Modern Indian Economic Thought
12.2. Relevance of Gandhian Economic Thought to India
13. Prominent Indian Economists 189
13.1. Prominent Indian Economists
14. Dialectical Materialism 199
14.1. Dialectical Materialism
14.2. Marxian Theory of Disintegration of Capitalism
14.2. List’s Theory of National Economics
15. Thornstein Veblen 211
15.1. Thornstein Veblen
15.2. Production and Long-Period Competitive Supply
15.3. Welfare Economics
15.4. Inter-related Market and Distribution Theory
15.5. Monetary Theory
16. International Trade 223
16.1. International Trade
16.2. The Aggregative Strand of Marshall’s Thought
16.3. Marshall and Economic Policy
16.4. Keynesian Economics
17. Rate of Interest 231
17.1. Rate of Interest
17.2. Keynes as a Critic of Classical Economics
17.3. Rational Expectations School
17.4. Criticisms of Rational Expectations School
18. Economics of Caste System 241
18.1. Economics of Caste System
18.2. Internatoinal Trade Contents
18.3. Models of International Trade
18.4. Reality and Applicability of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model
18.5. New Trade Theory
19. Economic Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas 249
19.1 Economic Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas
20. Economic Ideas of Iben Khaldun 259
20.1. Economic Ideas of Iben Khaldun
20.2. Criticisms of Marx’s Theory
20.3. Nigeria Experience: Overview of Economy
References 267
Index 279

Prof. Victor Adeyeye Abimbola graduated from University of Life in B.Sc. (honours) in Agriculture in 1978 and M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics in 1980 from University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He earned Ph.D. degree in Agricultural Economics from University of Ibadan, Nigeria in year 1986. He has published more than 150 research papers in field of Agricultural Economics and Economics. He shared the responsibility in organizing several National Seminars on Social Sciences and Applied Economics Research. At present, he is working as a Research Professor and Director in the Department of Economic Policy Unit, Nigeria Institute of Social & Economics Research (NISER), Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.
Dr. Olayiwola Olubodun Olaniyi hails from Ilora community in Afijio Local Government of Oyo State, Nigeria. He completed his Ph.D in the year 2015 under the sponsorship of African Union Commission. Dr. Olayiwola Olubodun Olaniyi papers have been referred in various text and reference books published by both national and international publishers.

   

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