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The Follies of Mainstream Economics: Puzzles and Myths

December 9, 2020

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By Imad A. Moosa
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Schumpeterian ‘Great Gap’ Thesis Revisited – by Abdul Azim Islahi

December 19, 2014



Joseph Schumpeter famously claimed that there is a ‘great gap’ of 500 years in the history of economic thought, from the Greeks to Thomas Aquinas.  In this article, Professor Abdul Azim Islahi argues that this idea neglects some very serious scholarship which took place during those years within the Islamic world.


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