Adam Smith - He is the author of the book THE WEALTH OF NATIONS and is considered the father of modern economics.
Milton Friedman - 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.
Karl Marx - 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.
Benjamin Strong - A New York banker, who was the first head of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
A.V. Dicey - A writer who studies the concept of planning and its effectiveness in...
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