From "Man in Economy" to "Economy in Man"?
VOPROSY ECONOMIKI, 2006, vol. 11
The changing proportion of science and education in the works of A. Smith, J. Mill, A. Marshall and P. Samuelson is considered in the article. The accent is also made on the shift of the economists’ attention from "the life of things" to the life of people and to the problem of its adequate reflection in the textbooks. The author makes some assumptions on the further evolution of beginner’s textbooks on the economic theory.
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