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17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT) 17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT)

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Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?). Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?).

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Europe | Europe | postwar | postwar | economic growth | economic growth | economic crisis | economic crisis | etatist | etatist | liberal | liberal | authoritarian | authoritarian | Keynesianism | Keynesianism | indicative planning | indicative planning | state enterprises | state enterprises | economic problems | economic problems | division of labor | division of labor | oil shock | oil shock | industrial policy | industrial policy | monetarism | monetarism | protectionism | protectionism

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17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT) 17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT)

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Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?). Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?).

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Europe | Europe | postwar | postwar | economic growth | economic growth | economic crisis | economic crisis | etatist | etatist | liberal | liberal | authoritarian | authoritarian | Keynesianism | Keynesianism | indicative planning | indicative planning | state enterprises | state enterprises | economic problems | economic problems | division of labor | division of labor | oil shock | oil shock | industrial policy | industrial policy | monetarism | monetarism | protectionism | protectionism

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History of Economic Ideas

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The history of economic thought represents a wide diversity of theories within the discipline, but all economists address these three basic questions: what to produce, how to produce it, and for whom. The student will learn that without a clear sense of the discussions and debates that took place among economists of the past, the modern economist lacks a complete perspective. By examining the history of economic thought, the student will be able to categorize and classify thoughts and ideas and will begin to understand how to think like an economist. This free course may be completed online at any time. See course site for detailed overview and learning outcomes. (Economics 301)

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economic | political | social | near east | greece | china | european | scholastic | mercantilist | adam smith | locke | cantillon | turgot | classical | neoclassicism | keynesianism | monetarism | Social studies | L000

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17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT)

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Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?).

Subjects

Europe | postwar | economic growth | economic crisis | etatist | liberal | authoritarian | Keynesianism | indicative planning | state enterprises | economic problems | division of labor | oil shock | industrial policy | monetarism | protectionism

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17.158 Political Economy of Western Europe (MIT)

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Examines role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis. Includes analysis of different state traditions ("etatist," liberal, authoritarian); government's role in decline of some economies and rise of others; why and where Keynesianism, indicative planning, and state enterprises were introduced; alternative conceptions of contemporary economic problems (new international division of labor? too few producers? oil shock?); and of policies to deal with them (industrial policy? monetarism? protectionism?).

Subjects

Europe | postwar | economic growth | economic crisis | etatist | liberal | authoritarian | Keynesianism | indicative planning | state enterprises | economic problems | division of labor | oil shock | industrial policy | monetarism | protectionism

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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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