McDaniel College Budapest 

Aladár Madarász
Areas of interest: history of economic thought, economic and financial crises and crashes, economic history, literature, classical music
MA Karl Marx University of Economics 1969, PhD Hungarian Academy of Sciences 1996. Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Professor of History of Economic Thought at Corvinus University.

Professor Madarász has published on ancient Greek and scholastic economic ideas, mercantilism, cameralism, the tulipomania, the South Sea Bubble, Adam Smith, Keynes, Schumpeter, Hayek, Myrdal and various Hungarian economists of past centuries. He is currently writing a book on bubbles, myths and public debts between 1637 and 1850.

For any information on any of these topics, please contact Professor Madarász.

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