The paperback edition of "Economic Thought Since Keynes" outlines the evolution of economic thought since the publication of "The General Theory, " putting into perspective the trends, issues and developments in economics over the last half century. Part I contains an historical account of the schools, debates and issues, as well as the authors who have played significant roles. Part II features a detailed biographical dictionary of 150 economists, including their major published works, an analysis of their contribution to economic thought and a guide to the secondary literature.
"The volume conceived by Michel Beaud and Gilles Dostaler to distill the essentials of economic thought since Keynes into a single and readily manageable volume is now available to English readers.... It is, in a word, exceptional'."
-"Journal of the History of Economic Thought
"The history of very recent economic thought has been sadly neglected. This book seeks to fill this gap. This is a book that has no parallel in the secondary literature. It is a unique contribution to the historiography of the recent past of our subject."
-Mark Blaug, University of Exeter