تاريخ الفكر الاقتصادي: الماضي صورة الحاضر

  • Title: تاريخ الفكر الاقتصادي: الماضي صورة الحاضر
  • Author: John Kenneth Galbraith
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  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
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    About John Kenneth Galbraith


    1. John Kenneth Galbraith was a Canadian American economist He was a Keynesian and an institutionalist, a leading proponent of 20th century American liberalism and democratic socialism His books on economic topics were bestsellers in the 1950s and 1960s A prolific author, he produced four dozen books over a 1000 articles on many subjects Among his most famous works was his economics trilogy American Capitalism 1952 , The Affluent Society 1958 The New Industrial State 1967 He taught at Harvard University for many years He was active in politics, serving in the administrations of Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John Kennedy, and Lyndon Johnson He served as US Ambassador to India under John F Kennedy.He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom twice one in 1946 from President Truman, and another in 2000 from President Clinton He was also awarded the Order of Canada in 1997, and in 2001, the Padma Vibhushan, India s second highest civilian award, for strengthening ties between India and the USA.


    886 Comments


    1. Cuando un libro que trata un tema tan rido para el lego como la econom a y su historia no es le do apenas en diagonal es se al de que el autor es como poco un buen divulgador Y si por algo destaca esta Historia de la Econom a es justo por lo amena y comprensible que hace la econom a a trav s de un semblante hist rico Adem s deja cualquier simulacro de objetividad en casa y de hecho afirma que la econom a es cualquier cosa excepto objetiva Y a partir de ah comienza a repartir por igual a tirios y [...]

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    2. A truly excellent history of the dismal science, written beautifully, if not gorgeously There is a real dry wit to this book.A sweeping history that makes the key point the economics is a product of its time and context, and thus economists should understand the historical context of the key ideas, and assumedly one can draw the conclusion that you most try and understand if the current historical context corresponds with the one in the past, where an expounded theory comes from.Starting from th [...]

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    3. 7 al3akil 2008 06 b

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    4. A great overview of the basic economic ideas for the non economist Economists should know this stuff already

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    5. More than i learned from my college text books Mainly as it s written in English, not gobbledygook.

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    6. Storia economia Storia del pensiero economico Micro e Macro resi accattivanti e capibiliPag 9 le teorie economiche sono un prodotto dei tempi e dei luoghi Pag 10 Le teorie come un riflesso del mondo Adam Smith iniziale rivoluzione industriale David Ricardo matura rivoluzione industriale Karl Marx potere capitalistico sfrenato John Maynard Keynes risposta alla grande John stuart mill non rientra nel filone principale PAg 13 il moderno sistema economico sopravvive grazie agli errori di previsione [...]

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    7. e siccome erano gli schiavi a lavorare lavoro aveva una coloritura connotazione mi sarebbe piaciuto di piu umiliante.avevo completamente rimosso le democratiche posizione di aristotilo su schiavi e donne il commerciante, sino a tempi recenti, andava soggetto a una certa riprovazione sociale n c confronto col libro di fini finito da poco ammesso che siano paragonabili fu herbert spencer, non darwin a regalare al mondo l immortale espressione LA SOPRAVVIVENZA DEL PIU ADATTO chiss se qualcuno ha gi [...]

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    8. Those who want to pursue an erudite journey in the world of economics or political economy Profound and stunning Though it lacks the Eastern perspective and largely almost captures western tradition.

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    9. Un viaje nada aburrido sobre la historia de la econom a, que rara vez te dejar sin una gran carcajada.

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    10. Galbraith scrive con il tono del giornalista, elargendo qua e l qualche gustoso giudizio esplicito sugli economisti di cui tratta.Molto utile per capire l evoluzione del pensiero economico, e soprattutto la mancata evoluzione di quello che in questo libro chiamato il filone classico o neoclassico , cio il liberismo economico un filone che diventa nel corso del ventesimo secolo sempre pi astratto e scollegato dalla realt.Si impara anche come durante la seconda guerra mondiale Roosevelt volesse im [...]

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    11. THE DISMAL SCIENCE J.K.Galbraith s whirlwind tour of the history of economics is an excellent introduction to the subject Full of his trademark wit and encyclopedic knowledge it takes the reader on a journey from the Ancient world to the mid 1980 s when the book was originally published.At the center of Galbraith s book is the proposition that the Economy and Economic ideas are firmly grounded in their time and place And than that, one should be aware of the context that economic thinkers worke [...]

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    12. Basically an ok history of economic thought, though it felt somewhat clipped at the end the discussion of Friedman is rather rushed While he doesn t push the point too forcefully, I think that Galbraith successfully provides the evidence that economic theory works much like a theology for its practicioners, that what many economic theorists are doing is keeping the faith And that, in many ways, economics is a studied practice in ignoring reality economists before the 1930s seriously thought that [...]

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    13. A well written and fairly accessible introduction to the history and development of economic thought While the book may lack depth for those who ve studied economics before, details on the theories and models that Galbraith covers are largely unnecessary, particularly for arguing his main point that prevailing economic theory typically follows as a result of the times, often utilized to accommodate the interests of those with wealth and or power.

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    14. Un libro genial, pongo algunas frases tremendas En el largo plazo todos estaremos muertos Si se despide a gran cantidad de gente sobreviene el paro Sinclair hab a expresado el temor de que la naci n brit nica se viera en la ruina, a lo que respondi Smith Hay gran cantidad de ruina en una naci n Como observaci n ade que Frase de Adam Smith

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    15. How could you not love an economist who is known for quotes like Economics is an extremely useful form of employment for economists and Meetings are indispensable when you don t want to do anything Galbraith is witty, a great writer, I almost always learn a lot and, best of all, I agree with him.

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    16. An excellent overview of economics by one of the best experts in the field Covers the history from Adam Smith till Milton Friedman Explains principles of welfare state and Stockholm school A separate chapter about Keynes and Friedman Recommended.

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    17. Missing a few things, like a mention of Ricardo s comparative advantage, but a very readable introductory book for the economically interested lay person or the politically historically interested economics professional.

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    18. Must read for everyone

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    19. Sprightly, well written and not too heavy.

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    20. A book that gives an excellent overview of the history of economics from the Middle Ages until today.

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