1958 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Positive economics, Applied economics, History of economic thought, Schools of economic thought and Mainstream economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public finance and Human capital theory. The Applied economics study combines topics in areas such as Education economics and Economics education.
His History of economic thought study combines topics in areas such as Nothing, Conviction, Curriculum, Marxian economics and Great books. In his study, Education policy is inextricably linked to Heterodox economics, which falls within the broad field of Schools of economic thought. His work carried out in the field of Mainstream economics brings together such families of science as Publishing, Economic history, Intellectual history and Philosophy and economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Positive economics, Neoclassical economics, Economic history, Education economics and History of economic thought. His Applied economics study in the realm of Positive economics interacts with subjects such as Economic methodology. His Applied economics study often links to related topics such as Philosophy and economics.
Neoclassical economics is frequently linked to General equilibrium theory in his study. Many of his studies on Economic history apply to Law and economics as well. In his research, Education policy is intimately related to Economics education, which falls under the overarching field of Education economics.
Mark Blaug mainly focuses on Neoclassical economics, Social science, Positive economics, Economic history and Applied economics. His work deals with themes such as Capitalism, General equilibrium theory and Market economy, which intersect with Neoclassical economics. As a part of the same scientific family, Mark Blaug mostly works in the field of Social science, focusing on Who's Who and, on occasion, Media studies.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Positive economics, Reading and Statement is strongly linked to Subject. His Economic history research includes themes of The arts, Cultural economics, World War II and History of ideas. His Applied economics research integrates issues from Consumer economics, Economics education and Public economics.
Mark Blaug spends much of his time researching Neoclassical economics, Positive economics, Applied economics, Subject and General equilibrium theory. His Neoclassical economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Core, Classical economics, Commodity and Real wages. The concepts of his Positive economics study are interwoven with issues in Production, Research program, Statement, Reading and Keynesian economics.
His Applied economics study focuses on Human development theory in particular. His Subject research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Argument, Entrepreneurship and Management. His study focuses on the intersection of General equilibrium theory and fields such as Competitive equilibrium with connections in the field of Keynesian Revolution, Public good, Outcome and Property rights.
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Economic theory in retrospect
The methodology of economics, or, How economists explain
The Empirical Status of Human Capital Theory: A Slightly Jaundiced Survey
Journal of Economic Literature (1976)
The Methodology of Economics.
Neil De Marchi;Mark Blaug.
The Economic Journal (1981)
An Introduction to the Economics of Education
The Methodology of Economics
Research Papers in Economics (1993)
Economics of Education
Elsevier Monographs (1966)
No History of Ideas, Please, We're Economists
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2001)
The Myth of the Old Poor Law and the Making of the New
The Journal of Economic History (1963)
Economics of education : research and studies
Mark Blaug;George Psacharopoulos.
Journal of Human Resources (1989)
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