História do Pensamento Econômico

1. Reflexões sobre a historiografia do pensamento econômico.


Eduardo Gianetti da Fonseca. Reflexões sobre a historiografia do pensamento econômico. Estudos Econômicos, 1996.


Mark Blaug. No History of Ideas, Please, We’re Economists. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2001

John Davis. Mark Blaug on the historiography of economics. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 2013.

Evelyn L. Forget ; Craufurd D. Goodwin. Intellectual Communities in the History of Economics. History of Political Economy, 2011.

2. Mercantilistas e fisiocratas.




Bruce Elmslie. Early English Mercantilists and the Support of Liberal Institutions. History of Political Economy, 2015. Contextualiza o pensamento mercantilista durante o século 17.

William Deringer. “It Was Their Business to Know”: British Merchants and Mercantile Epistemology in the Eighteenth Century. History of Political Economy, 2017. Visão de Adam Smith sobre mercantilismo está associada ao pensamento do período 1713-1750.


Joseph Schumpeter. History of Economic Analysis Cap.4 (seção 3 – The Physiocrats).

3. Adam Smith


Emma Rothschild, Amartya Sen. Adam Smith’s Economics. Em: The Cambridge Companion to Adam Smith (Ed. Haakonssen). Cambridge University Press, 2006. PDF



4. Os Economistas Clássicos


Donald Winch. Malthus, A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2013. Cap. 5-6.

Phyllis Deane. The Evolution of Economic Ideas, 1978. Cap.5 - Ricardo on Value, Distribution and Growth.

David Brink. Mill’s Moral and Political Philosophy. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2018.


Evidências sobre o modelo Malthusiano

James P. Huzel. Malthus, the Poor Law, and Population in Early Nineteenth-Century England. The Economic History Review, 1969.

Roy Ruffin. David Ricardo’s Discovery of Comparative Advantage. History of Political Economy, 2002.

5. Karl Marx e o marxismo


Peter Singer. Marx, A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2000.Cap.7-9.


Ivan VujaciC. Marx and Engels on development and underdevelopment: the restoration of a certain coherence. History of Political Economy, 1988.

6. Os marginalistas


Phyllis Deane. The Evolution of Economic Ideas, 1978. Cap.7 - The marginal revolution and the neo-classical triumph.


Philip Mirowski. Physics and the ‘marginalist revolution’. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1984.

Mark Blaug. Was There a Marginal Revolution? History of Political Economy, 1972.

7. Escola histórica alemã


F. Schinzinger. German Historical School. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, 1st edition, 1987.

Mauro Boianovsky. Friedrich List and the Economic Fate of Tropical Countries. History of Political Economy, 2013.


H. K. Betz. How does the German Historical School fit? History of Political Economy, 1988.

Heath Pearson. Was There Really a German Historical School of Economics? History of Political Economy, 1999.

8. Escola Austríaca


Friedrich Hayek. The Use of Knowledge in Society. The American Economic Review, 1945.

Bruce Caldwell. Hayek’s transformation. History of Political Economy, 1988.


Steven Horwitz. The Austrian Marginalists: Menger, Bohm-Bawerk, and Wieser. Em: Warren Samuels; Jeff Biddle; John Davis - A Companion to the History of Economic Thought (2003)

Janek Wasserman. The Marginal Revolutionaries: how Austrian economists fought the war of ideas. Yale University press, 2019. cap.6.

9. Alfred Marshall e a escola neoclássica


Agnar Sandmo. Economics Evolving: A History of Economic Thought. Princeton University Press, 2011. Cap.10 - Alfred Marshall and Partial Equilibrium Theory.


Alfred Marshall. The Old Generation of Economists and the New. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1897.

Giacomo Gabbuti. Between Pareto and Gini: The Origins of Personal Inequality Measurement in Italy, 1894–1939.History of Political Economy, 2020.

10. Schumpeter


Alessandro Roncaglia. The Wealth of Ideas. A History of Economic Thought, 2009. Cap.15 - Joseph Schumpeter

Joseph Schumpeter. Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy, 1942. Cap.7 - The Process of Creative Destruction.


Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find?

Sylvia Nasar. A imaginação econômica. Companhia das letras, 2012. Cap.6 - Os últimos dias da humanidade: Schumpeter em Viena; Cap.8 - A rua sem alegria: Schumpeter e Hayek em Viena.

11. Institucionalismo


Malcolm Rutherford. Veblen’s evolutionary programme: a promise unfulfilled. Cambridge Journal ofEconomics, 1988.

Oliver E. Williamson. The New Institutional Economics: Taking Stock, Looking Ahead. Journal of Economic Literature, 2000.


Robert W. Dimand. Fisher and Veblen: Two Paths for American Economics. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 1998.

Robert Fogel. The Specification Problem in Economic History. Journal of Economic History, 1967.

11. Monetarismo


Phyllis Deane. The Evolution of Economic Ideas, 1978. Cap.11 - Monetary theory in the neo-classical era.

William Allen. Irving Fisher, F. D. R., and the Great Depression. History of Political Economy, 1977.


Mauro Boianovsky. Wicksell on Deflation in the Early 1920s. History of Political Economy, 1998.

Irving Fisher. The Debt Deflation Theory of Great Depressions. Econometrica, 1933.

12. Keynes


Robert Skidelsky. Keynes, A Very Short Introduction.Oxford University Press, 2010. Cap. 4-5

John M Keynes. The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, 1936.


Keynes sobre o fim do padrão ouro