Much economic debate has not so much centered around individual economists, but around competing schools of thought. A school of thought is a group of economists who accept broadly the same methods and assumptions.
Concise, contextual introduction to mercantilists, physiocrats, classicals, marginalists, marxists, institutionalists, and keynesians.
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