This volume is a history of economics - as it was interpreted, discussed and established as a discipline - in the 20th century.
It highlights the pluralism of the discipline and brings together leading voices in the field who reflect on their lifelong
work. The chapters draw on a host of traditions of economic thought, including pre-classical, classical, Marxian, neoclassical,
Sraffian, post-Keynesian, Cantabrigian and institutionalist traditions in economics. Further, the volume also looks at the
history of economics in India and its evolution as a discipline since the country's independence.
book will appeal to students, researchers and teachers of economics and intellectual history, as well as to the interested