Fouad Sabry

Economic History

What is Economic History

The study of history that makes use of some of the methodological techniques that are used in economics or that pays particular attention to economic phenomena is known as economic history. For the purpose of conducting research, a combination of historical methodologies, statistical methods, and the application of economic theory to historical conditions and institutions are utilized. It is possible for this profession to span a wide range of subjects, such as equality, finance, technology, labor, and business. It places an emphasis on historicizing the economy itself, including doing an analysis of the economy as a dynamic entity and making an effort to provide insights into the way the economy is constructed and imagined.

How you will benefit

(I) Insights, and validations about the following topics:

Chapter 1: Economic history

Chapter 2: Joseph Schumpeter

Chapter 3: Political economy

Chapter 4: Gary Becker

Chapter 5: Chicago school of economics

Chapter 6: Cliometrics

Chapter 7: W. Arthur Lewis

Chapter 8: Economic sociology

Chapter 9: Robert Fogel

Chapter 10: Michio Morishima

Chapter 11: Christopher A. Pissarides

Chapter 12: Deirdre McCloskey

Chapter 13: Susan Strange

Chapter 14: Tony Atkinson

Chapter 15: Mainstream economics

Chapter 16: Joel Mokyr

Chapter 17: Thomas Piketty

Chapter 18: Cormac Ó Gráda

Chapter 19: Capital in the Twenty-First Century

Chapter 20: European Historical Economics Society

Chapter 21: Research Center in Entrepreneurial History

(II) Answering the public top questions about economic history.

(III) Real world examples for the usage of economic history in many fields.

Who will benefit

Professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, enthusiasts, hobbyists, and those who want to go beyond basic knowledge or information for any kind of economic history.
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