He is the author of the book THE WEALTH OF NATIONS and is considered the father of modern economics.
An economist, who spent most of his professional career teaching at the University of Chicago and developed a school of thought known as Monetarism and won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1976.
The author of DAS CAPITAL which provided a different way of looking at market economics.
John Maynard Keynes
A British economist and is referred to as the father of modern economics because he developed a new set of theories that become the basis for modern macroeconomic theory during the Great Depression.
A New York banker, who was the first head of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
A writer who studies the concept of planning and its effectiveness in the...
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