In discussions on method and scope, a man is nearly sure to be right when affirming the usefulness of his own procedure, and wrong when denying that of others. --Alfred Marshall. Principles of Economics (1920), Appendix C.

 

The stream of time sweeps away errors, and leaves the truth for the inheritance of humanity. - Georg Brandes

 

Online resources

 

         Syllabus for Spring 2020 PhD History of Economic Thought ( ECON 6660/7660)

Some notes to be read before the first 7660 class, January 22, 2020

Notes to be read before the second 7660 class, January 29, 2020)