AbstractI was introduced to economics in the late 1920s. I took Ec A in my sophomore year, 1928-1929, and Taussig's advanced theory course (Ec 7 I think it was called) in the following year. What we learned was basically Marshallian theory with a little Austrian capital theory mixed in.
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