Here I'd like to share my final exam notes for History of Economic Thought which I took with Dr Roza during my undergraduate studies. She is an incredible lecturer and I have indeed learnt a whole lot from her. My buddy requested for these notes but I figured that if it could benefit more people, why not share it with everyone right?
The notes include:
Adam Smith & David Ricardo on Future of Prosperity.
Adam Smith's Natural Vs Market Price and Productive Vs Unproductive Labour
Alfred Marshall on Increasing Returns to Scale
Cantillon Effect & Price Specie Flow Mechanism
Ricardo & Malthus on Corn Laws
Shift of Feudalism to Capitalism
J.B Clarke on Fair Income Distribution
Menger & Jevon's Refute Labor Theory of Value
Possibility of Gluts
Ricardo's Falling Profit
The link is here.
Hope it helps!