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Alphabetical Order

| A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

A
Akama, Michio (Creator of this page!!!!!)
Althusser, Louis
Anderson, James
Ashley, William James

B
Babbage, Charles
Bacon, Francis
Bagehot, Walter
Baldwin, Simeon E.
Barbon, Nicholas
Bastiat, Claude Frederic
Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana
Bentham, Jeremy
Berkeley, George
Boisguillebert, Pierre Le Pesant, de
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount
Bonar, James
Botero, Giovanni
B?hm-Bawerk, Eugen von
Burke, Edmund

C
Cannan, Edwin
Cantillon, Richard
Carey, Henry Charles
Cassel, Gustav
Child, Josiah
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of
Clark, John Bates
Coke, Roger
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Commons, John Rogers
Condillac, Etiennne Bonnot De
Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de
Cooley, Charles Horton
Croce, Benedetto

D
Darwin, Charles Robert
Davanzati, Bernardo
Davenant, Charles
Davis, Joseph S
Declaration of the Rights of Man
Defoe, Daniel
DeLeon, Daniel
Descartes, Rene
Destutt De Tracy, Antoine-Louis-Claude
Diderot, Denis
Dunbar, James

E
Edgeworth, Fransis Ysidro
Elton Charles I.
ENCYCLOP?DIE

F
Farrer, James Anson
Ferguson, Adam
Fetter, Frank Albert
Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
Fisher, Irving
Fortrey, Samuel
Fourier, François Marie Charles
Franklin, Benjamin

G
Galiani, Ferdinando
George, Henry
Gervaise, Isaac
Godwin, William

H
Hale, Matthew
Hammond, John Lawrence Le Breton
Harrington, James
Hayek, Friedrich August von
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
Hobbes, Thomas
Hobson, John Atkinson
Hodgskin, Thomas
Hollander, Jacob Harry
Hutcheson, Francis
Hume, David

I
Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the the United States (Washington to Clinton)
Ingram, John Kells

J
Jefferson, Thomas
Jevons, William Stanley
Jones, Richard
Joplin, Thomas

K
Kant, Immanuel
Keynes, John Maynard
Knight, Frank Hyneman
Kovalevsky, Maxime
Kropotkin, Peter

L
Labriola, Antonio
Lafargue, Paul
Lapsley, Galliard Thomas
Laveleye, Emile Louis Victor
Law, John
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm
Lenin, Vladimir Iliich
Leslie, Thomas Edward Cliffe
List, Friedrich
Lloyd, William Forster
Locke, John
Lukács, György
Luxemburg, Rosa

M
Mackay, Charles
Magna Carta (The Great Charter)
Maine, Henry James Summer
Maitland, Frederic William
Malinowski, Bronislaw
Malthus, Thomas Robert
Malynes, Gerrard de
Mandel, Ernest
Marshall, Alfred
Marx, Karl ; Engels, Friedrich
Menger, Carl
Mises, Ludwig Edler von
Mill, James
Mill, John Stuart
Millar, John
Misselden, Edward
Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Balon de la Br?de et de
More, Thomas
Mun, Thomas

N
Newton, Isaac
Nicholson, Joseph Shield
North, Dudley

O
Owen, Robert

P
Paine, Thomas
Pareto, Vilfredo
Petty, William
Pigou, Arthur Cecil
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph

Q
Quesnay, Fran?ois

R
Rae, John
Ricardo, David
Robespierre, Maximilien Fran?ois Marie Isidore
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
Ruskin, John

S
Say, Jean Baptiste
Schmoller, Gustav von
Schumpeter, Joseph Alois
Selden, John
Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson
Senior, Nassau William
Si?y?s, Emmanuel Joseph (Abb? Si?y?s)
Simmel, Georg
Sismondi, Jean Charles Leonard Sismonde de
Smith, Adam
Spencer, Herbert
Spinoza, Baruch de
Stephen, Leslie
Steuart, James Denham
Stewart, Dugald
Stirner, Max
Swift, Jonathan

T
Taylor, Frederick Winslow
Torrens, Robert
Townsend, Joseph
Toynbee, Arnold
Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques

V
Vanderlint, Jacob
Vaughan, Rice
Veblen, Thorstein Bunde
Vinogradoff, Paul Gavrilovich
Voltaire

W
Wagner, Adolf Heinrich Gotthilf
Walras, Marie Esprit L?
Washington, George
Weber, Max
West, Edward
Whewell, William
Wicksell, John Gustaf Knut
Wicksteed, Philip Henry
Wieser, Friedrich von
Wollstonecraft, Mary

Y
Young, Allyn Abbott



Birthday

| Jan. | Feb. | Mar. | Apr. | May | Jun. | Jul. | Aug. | Sep. | Oct. | Nov. | Dec. | Other |

January
Newton, Isaac
Say, Jean Baptiste
Harrington, James
12 Burke, Edmund
15 Lafargue, Paul
15 Proudhon, Pierre Joseph
17 Franklin, Benjamin
18 Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Balon de la Br?de et de
22 Bacon, Francis
27 Clark, John Bates
27 Akama, Michio (Creator of this page!!!!!)
29 Paine, Thomas

February
Bagehot, Walter
Cannan, Edwin
More, Thomas
Edgeworth, Fransis Ysidro
Ruskin, John
Schumpeter, Joseph Alois
12 B?hm-Bawerk, Eugen von
12 Darwin, Charles Robert
15 Bentham, Jeremy
17 Boisguillebert, Pierre Le Pesant, de
17 Malthus, Thomas Robert
18 Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of
22 Washington, George
23 Menger, Carl
25 Ashley, William James
25 Croce, Benedetto
27 Fisher, Irving

March
Simmel, Georg
Godwin, William
Luxemburg, Rosa
Fetter, Frank Albert
12 Berkeley, George
15 Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana
20 Taylor, Frederick Winslow
25 Wagner, Adolf Heinrich Gotthilf
31 Descartes, Rene

April
Jefferson, Thomas
Mandel, Ernest
Hobbes, Thomas
Laveleye, Emile Louis Victor
Mill, James
Fourier, François Marie Charles
Malinowski, Bronislaw
13 Lukács, György
16 Law, John
19 Ricardo, David
21 Weber, Max
22 Kant, Immanuel
22 Lenin, Vladimir Iliich
25 Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson
26 Hume, David
27 Spencer, Herbert
27 Wollstonecraft, Mary

May
Si?y?s, Emmanuel Joseph (Abb? Si?y?s)
Marx, Karl
Robespierre, Maximilien Fran?ois Marie Isidore
Hayek, Friedrich August von
Sismondi, Jean Charles Leonard Sismonde de
10 Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques
14 Owen, Robert
16 North, Dudley
20 Mill, John Stuart
24 Whewell, William
26 Petty, William
28 Maitland, Frederic William

June
Quesnay, Fran?ois
Keynes, John Maynard
Smith, Adam
17 Mun, Thomas
20 Ferguson, Adam
24 Schmoller, Gustav von
28 Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
29 Bastiat, Claude Frederic

July
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm
Hobson, John Atkinson
Ingram, John Kells
10 Wieser, Friedrich von
15 Pareto, Vilfredo
20 Destutt De Tracy, Antoine-Louis-Claude
26 Marshall, Alfred
28 Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
30 Veblen, Thorstein Bunde

August
List, Friedrich
Hutcheson, Francis
15 Maine, Henry James Summer
17 Cooley, Charles Horton
23 Toynbee, Arnold
27 Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
29 Locke, John

September
Jevons, William Stanley
George, Henry
Kovalevsky, Maxime
17 Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de
26 Senior, Nassau William
29 Mises, Ludwig Edler von
30 Condillac, Etiennne Bonnot De

October
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount
Diderot, Denis
13 Commons, John Rogers
16 Althusser, Louis
20 Cassel, Gustav
21 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
21 Steuart, James Denham
25 Stirner, Max

November
Hale, Matthew
Knight, Frank Hyneman
Nicholson, Joseph Shield
21 Voltaire
22 Stewart, Dugald
24 Spinoza, Baruch de
28 Engels, Friedrich
28 Stephen, Leslie
30 Swift, Jonathan
30 Vinogradoff, Paul Gavrilovich

December
Galiani, Ferdinando
Kropotkin, Peter
12 Hodgskin, Thomas
14 DeLeon, Daniel
15 Carey, Henry Charles
15 Selden, John
16 Walras, Marie Esprit L?
20 Wicksell, John Gustaf Knut
26 Babbage, Charles

Other (including unknown birthday)
Anderson, James
Baldwin, Simeon E.
Barbon, Nicholas
Bonar, James
Botero, Giovanni
Cantillon, Richard
Child, Josiah
Coke, Roger
Davanzati, Bernardo
Davenant, Charles
Davis, Joseph S
Declaration of the Rights of Man
Defoe, Daniel
Dunbar, James
Elton Charles I.
ENCYCLOP?DIE
Farrer, James Anson
Fortrey, Samuel
Gervaise, Isaac
Hammond, John Lawrence Le Breton
Hollander, Jacob Harry
Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the the United States (Washington to Clinton)
Jones, Richard
Joplin, Thomas
Labriola, Antonio
Lapsley, Galliard Thomas
Leslie, Thomas Edward Cliffe
Lloyd, William Forster
Mackay, Charles
Magna Carta (The Great Charter)
Malynes, Gerrard de
Millar, John
Misselden, Edward
Pigou, Arthur Cecil
Rae, John
Torrens, Robert
Townsend, Joseph
Vanderlint, Jacob
Vaughan, Rice
West, Edward
Wicksteed, Philip Henry
Young, Allyn Abbott


Direct Links to Relevant Site
1star  The History of Economic Thought Website is maintained by Gonçalo L. Fonseca (Graduate student in economics at The Johns Hopkins University) and Leanne Ussher (Graduate student in economics at New School University). This web site serves as a repository of collected links and information on the history of economic thought, from the ancient times until the modern day.  It is designed for students and the general public, who are interested in learning about economics from a historical perspective.  See Japanese Version by Hiroo Yamagata.
1starEconomic History Services is operated by EH.Net as part of a grant received from the NSF. The intent is to provide a central source of information for economic historians. Besides various files of data, list archives, syllabi, etc., it has created home pages for organizations in the field. It also operates an electronic abstracting service, Abstracts in Economic History.
The History of Economics Society put a link to this page from Other Resources and to my home page from Home pages for History of Economic Programs, Organizations & Historians of Economics . Above Economic History Services has same files of this site. Thanks to Ross. B. Emmett.
Association Charles Gide put a link to this page from auteurs et textes and others. Thanks to Jean Rosio.
McMaster University is one of my based sites. I put many links to it. My page can't be here without depending upon it. New e-texts add to the collection continuously. Thanks to Rod Hay.
History of Economics: Documents, University of Bristol put a link to my page. Exactly, my one depends upon this site putting my many links to e-texts. Mirror site of McMaster University. This site has originally a powerful search engine for many files consisting of e-texts. It's a great! Thanks to Anthony Brewer.
History of Economics: Documents, University of Melbourne put a link to my page. Mirror site of McMaster University and/or University of Bristol. Thanks to Robert Dixon.
  Pole d'histoire de l'analyse et des representations economiques put a link to my page. Biblioth?que virtuelle and Ressources Internet en Historie de la Pens? Economique. Excellent page of University of Paris I. Thanks to Andr? Lapidus.
History of Economics Internet References, Brussels Free University put a link to my page. There are many references about the history of economics; general, classical political economy, Marxism, neoclassical economics, Keynesianism, topics, organisations, conferences, and so on. Thanks to Bert Mosselmans.
SocioSite Going Dutch Sociology is a great site for sociologists that offers an entrance into a wide variety of sociological resources and publications. Information system of the Sociological Institute of the University of Amsterdam. Thanks to Albert Benschop.
The Japanese Society for The History of Economic Thought (JSHET) is our society. JSHET was established in April 1950 mainly for two purposes; (1) to promote the study of the history of economics, and the history of social and economic thought, and (2) to foster the international and internal exchange for its members. The JSHET home page started in May 27, 1997.
MacLean's Economic Policy Page is the internet source on Canadian economic policy. The site has eight major sections: Canadian Economic Policy Forum, International Economic Policy Forum, The Annual Economic Policy Conference Series, Policy Watchers' Calendar, Policy Watchers' Launchpad, Policy Research Tools, Personal Finance Corner and Policy Players Watcher. Especially, Policy Watchers' Calendar put a link to my page. Thanks to Brian K. MacLean.
Biblioth?que nationale de France is a great French site. 'Gallica est un serveur exp?rimental qui a pour fonction de pr?figurer la consultation distance des collections num?ris?es de la Biblioth?:que nationale de France. Il s'appuie ? la fois sur les 100.000 volumes qui seront accessibles en 1998 sur les sites de la BnF, et sur les 300.000 images fixes, dont une partie est d?j? consult?e quotidiennement dans les salles audiovisuelles du site Tolbiac-Fran?ois Mitterrand.'
Online Course Material is instructed by Udayan Roy, Economics Department, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University. His information is meant only to supplement and not to replace the information in the textbooks and reference texts mentioned in the course outline. It's a very useful information for undergraduate students and persons who concern history of economic thought from pre-classical school to contemporary economic thought. My resources are listed so many with Rod Hay's original.
History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers is a great site for K-12 teachers. The major purpose of this home page is to encourage the use of the World Wide Web as a tool for learning and teaching and to provide some help for K-12 classroom teachers in locating and using the resources of the Internet in the classroom. This site is very valuable for not only K-12 teachers, but also all researchers for economics. My page is made a list of ECONOMICS in menu "GEOGRAPHY/ECONOMICS".
LINKS & NOTES FOR HISTORIANS OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT contains "Other Societies of the History of Economic Thought, "Journals of the History of Economic Thought", "Electronic Text Archives", "Obituaries", "Anniversaries 1998", "Other Links", "Nobel Price in Economics 1997". This page is a part of European Society for the History of Economic Thought. Thanks to Thomas Moser.
History of Economic Thought is set up by Department of Economics, The New School for Social Research. It's a "new" and useful site. It contains "Alphabetical Index of Economists", "History of Economics by Schools of Thought", "Linked Surveys and Essays", and "Web Links on the History of Economic Thought". Thanks to Leanne J. Ussher and Gon?alo L. Fonseca.
Paulette Taieb just has been created a new site for the history of economics (in French), focusing especially on classical economics. Thanks to Paulette Taieb.


Bibliography about the History of Economic Thought

Bibliography (Thanks to Ross. B. Emmett. This useful information is gopher, and I hear he will create Web version in the near future.)
Ancient Economics (Augustana.AB.CA)
Classical Political Economy (Augustana.AB.CA)
General Readers on the History of Economic Thought (Augustana.AB.CA)
General Texts on the History of Economic Thought (Augustana.AB.CA)
Historiography of Economics (Augustana.AB.CA)
Pre-Smithian Economics (Augustana.AB.CA)
The Scottisch Enlightenment (Augustana.AB.CA)
Women in the History of Economic Thought (Augustana.AB.CA)


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