Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought publishes contributions by leading scholars, illuminating key events, theories and individuals that have had a lasting impact on the development of modern-day economics. The topics covered include the development of economies, institutions and theories.
The series aims to highlight the academic importance of the history of economic thought, linking it with wider discussions within economics and society more generally. It contains a broad range of titles that illustrate the breath of discussions – from influential economists and schools of thought, through to historical and modern social trends and challenges – within the discipline.
All books in the series undergo a single-blind peer review at both the proposal and manuscript submission stages.
For further information on the series and to submit a proposal for consideration, please contact the Wyndham Hacket Pain (Economics Editor) firstname.lastname@example.org.