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History of Economic Thought ECON 205W Summer Session - 2006 Engineering #2, Room 321 Instructor: Prof. Steven R. Cunningham Office: HRM 418, Tel. (860) 486-3550 Office Hours: Required Text: Stanley L Brue. The Evolution of Economic Thought, 6th ed. Dryden (2000). Summary: The course surveys the history of economic thought, focusing on pivotal people and ideas that have had wide-spread subsequent impact on economic theory and on the world. The course also meets the University's guidelines for "W" courses. Grading: The course is a University "W" writing course. Therefore grading will be accomplished by having students write a paper and take an essay-type final exam--each accounting for 50% of the final course grade. The paper will be a 20-page term paper on a topic related to the history of economic thought. Students will produce and deliver an outline and drafts according to the schedule given below. A list of appropriate topics will be distributed in class. Both the term
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ECON 7125 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at James Madison University.

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