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Routledge Historical Resources: History of Economic Thought

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Routledge Historical Resources: History of Economic Thought (HET) is an online platform of curated Taylor & Francis‐owned content. The journal articles, thematic essays, and primary and secondary source documents cover economic thought in the period from 1700 through 1914. HET covers major economic schools of thought, including classical political economy, the Enlightenment, and socialism. These currents of thought are used along with notable figures, time periods, and topics—including money and banking, public economics, poverty, and economic crises—to categorize documents. The browsing functionality in HET is user-friendly and makes use of faceted searching. HET’s most glaring flaw is the lack of a machine-readable text alternative for some primary source documents that are rendered as PDF facsimiles of the original documents; these PDFs impede not only researchers using assistive technology but also users attempting to search the full text of those documents.

Publication date: January 1, 2020

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