In this course we discuss the important paradigm shifts in the history of economic thought, with attention for the historical, political and socio-economic background of the time.
The aim of the course is for students to acquire fundamental insights within the development of economic thought, to comprehend them in their relation to each other, to argue them and to approach them critically, and to use them in the analysis of contemporary problems.
This course is of particular interest for students of economics, sociology, history and journalism, and for others who wish to understand why well-educated economists may nonetheless judge the same questions in such different ways.
- 19.00 – 21.00
- 550,- incl. VAT
Students unable to pay the full course fee may apply for a scholarship of at most 30% made available by AILAS.
University lecturers and secondary school teachers preparing pupils for university unable to pay the full course fee may apply for a scholarship of at most 20% made available by AILAS.
- Coffee, tea, study material
Due to the maximum group size of 15 people there is ample opportunity for questions and interaction. The groups are combined in terms of age, study and work experiences. On request, specific compositions are possible at sufficient notification.
AILAS is currently investigating the possibility of a short summer course of several days on this subject. Information about this (data, etc.) we will publish as soon as possible on this page.
Dates: Tuesday evening April 23, May 7, May 21, June 4 and June 25.
Keep informed for future start dates
Dare to think
More information about our other courses can be found elsewhere on this website. If you would like to talk to us about our curriculum or our method of working, please feel free to contact us.