- 經濟學論究 (ISSN:02868032)
- vol.53, no.2, pp.1-16, 1999-07
This is based on the paper read at the Economics Seminar, School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University on 5 November, 1997 on the occasion of retirement under the age limit of the writer. It traces his studies and teachings in the history of economic thought at Kwansei Gakuin University for about 45 years from 1953. His speciality in the history of economics is widely divided into three fields : (1) Classical political economy including British Mercantilism, (2) Marginal Revolution and the development of modern economics, and (3) the history of American economic thought. In the first field, it focuses on his studies on the economic and social thoughts of Bernard Mandeville, David Hume, Adam Smith, the Scottish Enlightenment, and the Classical economics in general. In the second field, it centers on Marginal Revolution and the formation and development of modern economics, especially on W. S. Jevons, Carl Menger, Leon Walras, Alfred Marshall, John Bates Clark, Irving Fisher, and the lecture of modern economics. In the third field, history of American economic thought, American Neoclassical economics, especially J. B. Clark and I. Fisher, and the American Institutional economics : Thorstein Veblen, W. C. Mitchell, J. R. Commons, John Maurice Clark in particular, and the lecture of history of American economic thought are treated.