History of Economic Thoughts

When I was an undergraduate at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), my immersion (the minor version of... a minor track) was in economics. It was not intentional at first because I took the course Principle of Microeconomics just to have a full 12 credits semester to qualify as a full-time student for my first semester ever at RIT (spring 2014). Later in spring 2015, I took the Principle of Macroeconomics with the aim to complete my immersion in economics.

In my final semester (spring 2017), the class History of Economic Thought completed all the pieces I needed to declare my immersion in economics. This class is really heavy on the understanding of previous and current schools of economic thoughts. Due to its nature being really useful to shape my perspective about the world, here is a special page on Caspershire Codex for that. The information here is based on the reading materials assigned to us.

Howard Zinn

Aristotle

Mandeville

Sentiments

Malthus

Bastiat

Luddites

Marx

Bentham

Jevons

Imperialists

Keynes

Distribution

Friedman