COURSE INFORMATION
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourSemesterECTS
EKON 421HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT3 + 05th Semester5

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Elective
Course Objective The main aim of this course is to introduce the rise and the progress process of economic thought by examining the time and spatial dimensions, analyze the economy politcs behind price mechanism.
Course Content Reactions to liberal doctirne, Keynes and full employment school, Reaction to self-led economic growth school, Quantitative economic analysis techniques are the topics that will be explained.
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Corequisite No corequisites.
Mode of Delivery Face to face

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1to analyses the formation of economics in historical process
2to exhibit the reason of methodical problems such as experiment,time,knowledge in classical and neo-classical economics
3to explain the relation with economics and goverment and market economy
4to analyses the relation with classical economics and instutions of market economy
5to explain the formation of production, accumulation and distrubution theories
6to explain the problems of capitalist system in terms of marxist economics
7to exhibit the lack of theorical and methodical to classical school
8to analyses the evolutionist property of economic and capitalist system

COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
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ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
ActivitiesQuantityDuration (Hour)Total Work Load (Hour)
Course Duration14342
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)13339
Assignments11010
Mid-terms11313
Final examination12626
Total Work Load

ECTS Credit of the Course






130

5

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