Economics
Economics

History and Philosophy of Economics

Supervision is available in all areas of the history and philosophy of economics.  For example: the bullion debates of the early 19th century; the School of Salamanca; the epistemology of DSGE methods; the notion of equilibrium in neoclassical economics; the methodology of the Austrian school of economics;  providentialism and natural law in economic paradigms; invisible hand explanations in economics; microfoundations and macro outcomes; the ontologies of reductionism and holism in economics; the economic calculation debate; Keynes and the postwar economic financial system.

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Subject: History and Philosophy in Economics