Original material by Dr. Donald Walker, Professor of Economics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Edited by Dr. Israel Kirzner of New York University and Mike Hassel of Knowledge Products, Produced by Pat Childs
Léon Walras (1834-1910) transformed economics from a literary discipline into a mathematical, deterministic science. For the first time, Walras expressed the view that all markets are related and that their relationships can be described and analyzed mathematically. These interrelated markets undergo a constant interactive adjustment process tending toward benign balance or “general equilibrium.” Walras compared this system to the stars, where changes in one place may have an effect on seemingly distant parts of the system. This conception of economics led to important new insights about the stability of markets and about the capitalist economic system. The modern application of computers to general equilibrium models has created new ways to study and understand economic events.
The Great Economic Thinkers Series are audio presentations that explain the major ideas of history’s most important economists.
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Louis Rukeyser (1933-2006), narrator of the Great Economic Thinkers and the Secrets of the Great Investors series, was recognized as America's most popular economic commentator. He was known and admired for his ability to discuss economics in a lively and insightful way.
Dr. Israel Kirzner is a leading economist in the Austrian school. Kirzner's major work is in the economics of knowledge and entrepreneurship and the ethics of markets. He is a leading authority on Ludwig von Mises' thinking and methodology in economics and received the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research in 2006.
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