What topic should you choose?
Whatever you wantâ€”so long as it is on some aspect of the history of economic thought, including
Be advised that you may not choose an economist whose work was mainly or entirely after the Second World War, or an event that occurred after the Second World Warâ€”so no Milton Friedman or Great Recessionâ€”or a topic that only arose after that warâ€”so no Internet. And, although it is important to describe the historical context in which your chosen economist is writing, remember that you are not writing a paper in economic history, but in the history of economic thought.
How to research the topic
To get you started, consult Alessandro Roncagliaâ€s A Brief History of Economic Thought (2107), and then check out the following resources:
The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics First Edition (1987) in the King library, and the Third Edition (online, 2018- at https://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1057/978-1-349-95121-5), which you can access from home using your membership of the university library.
How to research the topic (contâ€d)
And itâ€s okay to use discriminating and thoughtful use of websites containing worthwhile material (but be sure to cite correctly what you findâ€”full URL and date visited).
The History of Economic Thought website at http://www.hetwebsite.net/het/
Great Economists: Classical Economics and Its Forerunners at https://www.mruniversity.com/courses/great-economists-classical-economics-and-its-forerunners
Oxford English Dictionary at www.oed.com
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography at www.oxforddnb.com
The Online Library of Liberty at https://www.libertyfund.org/oll
The Mises Library at https://mises.org/library
Marxists Internet Archive at https://www.marxists.org/
Hathi Trust Digital Library at https://www.hathitrust.org/
The Online Books Page at http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/
Google Books at https://books.google.com/
Internet Archive at https://archive.org/
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