David Ricardo & J.S. Mill- Economics, Inequality and the Welfare State
The aim of the seminar series is to present students with a well-rounded perspective on the Scottish Enlightenment's philosophical and epistemological grounds for the method of the "Classical" school of political economy and the vision of economic development that thinkers from Adam Smith to John Stuart Mill presented in the late 18th and early 19th century. This final seminar on David Ricardo and J.S. Mill: Economics, Inequality and the Welfare State will present an overview of the series as well as a more in depth look at the mechanisms of the market as depicted in "classical political economy."
The Seminar will be on Thursday, May 4th at 3 PM. To register please click HERE