A Critical Analysis of the Contributions of Notable Black Economists
Ashgate, 2003 - 125 pages
This book introduces and critically analyzes the achievements of major black economists and their contributions to the realm of economic thought. The book begins with a brief overview of the contribution of Africans to philosophy and economic thought and goes on to discuss individuals who have made the most significant contributions to this field. There is particular reference to their background and influences including a critical analysis of individual thought. Kojo Quartey's book provides an essential supplement to any economic history text.
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William Edward Burghardt Du Bois The Multidisciplinary Scholar
Sir W Arthur Lewis Development Economist and Nobel Laureate
Thomas Sowell A Neoclassical Thinker 1930
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