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YGK Economist

Wrote "Wealth of Nations", Known for "Invisible hand", "self interest", "Division of Labor", Scottish Adam Smith
Wrote "A Monetary History of the United States" and "Capitalism and Freedom", 1976 Nobel prize and Chicago School, known for "monetarinism", American Milton Friedman
Wrote "Das Kapital" and "Communist Manifesto", Known for "spectre is haunting Europe", "Surplus value", “commodity fetishism" and "economic materialism", German Karl Marx
Wrote "The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money", known for "business cycles", his take on "Treaty of Versailles" , English John Maynard Keynes
Wrote "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation", "Iron law of wages" "Comaprtive Advantages" English David Ricardo
Wrote "The Affluent Society and The New Industrial State", Canadian John Kenneth Galbraith
"leader of the Physiocrats", "Economic Table", French François Quesnay
Wrote "Principles of Economics", Englsih Alfred Marshall
Wrote "The Theory of the Leisure Class". Known for “conspicuous consumption" and "Machine processes", American from Norway Thorstein Veblen
Wrote "On Liberty" and "The Subjection of Women" Known for "utilitarianism", "Greatest Happiness" John Stuart Mill
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