COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Fiscal History and Thought Schools PFZ   204 4 3 3 5

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof.Dr. Haşim AKÇA
Instructors
Prof.Dr.HAŞİM AKÇA1. Öğretim Grup:A
Prof.Dr.HAŞİM AKÇA2. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
The purpose of this course, students by addressing the world economic and fiscal history in detail to provide information about the history of economic doctrines. Economic theories and disciplines to present science as a discipline of the evaluation process are discussed.
Content
History of Economic and Fiscal Thought and the stages Science of Economics has been through.

Learning Outcomes
1) Explain the importance of supply and demand in the field of economics and the conditions under which the market economy can work well.
2) Market economy can determine the role of price in efficiency advantage.
3) To be able to define the role of the state in the economy, monetary and fiscal policies, central bank and market structure.
4) To be able to perceive the benefits and costs of the global economy.
5) To be able to produce numerical and policy options in the face of problems that may be encountered.
6) Modeling, solving and interpreting using quantitative and qualitative techniques.
7) Using economic theory in the analysis of economic events.
8) Application of economic analysis methods.
9) Taking responsibility individually, and / or within the team, leadership and working effectively.
10) To be aware of the necessity of lifelong learning and to be able to monitor and develop current developments in the field.
11) Turkish and at least one foreign language appropriate to the needs of academic life and business life.
12) Understanding and interpreting the feelings, thoughts and behavior of the people concerned in a correct way; To express himself / herself in writing and orally.
13) Questioning traditional approaches, practices and methods, developing and applying new working methods when necessary.
14) To recognize and apply social, scientific and professional ethical values.
15) Ability to make analysis, benchmarking, interpretation, evaluation and synthesis skills at the conceptual level in order to develop a solution proposal for the problems.


Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Having basic conceptual knowledge about economics and public finance and educating students who are able to analyze economic events in the light of this information, to think analytically, to work in cooperation and harmony, and to be able to do business.
X
2
Collecting and commenting data from different sources using contemporary communication tools, methods and processes
X
3
Having basic computer skills and knowledge, the vocational field uses this information
X
4
Perform numerical and statistical data aggregation, analysis and interpretation
X
5
Individually and / or in a team, take responsibility, leadership, and effectively works
X
6
An area he does not research exploits from different sources in the framework of academic rules, synthesizes the information he obtains and effectively presents it
X
7
Awareness of the necessity of life-long learning, it follows up-to-date developments in the field and constantly innovates
X
8
Synthesize and effectively deliver information from an unfamiliar field to other sources in the framework of academic rules
X
9
Turkish and at least one foreign language is used in accordance with the needs of academic life and business life
X
10
Uses Turkish in accordance with the needs of academic life and business life
X
11
He / she correctly understands the feelings, thoughts and behaviors of the people concerned and expresses himself / herself in writing and orally
X
12
It has social, scientific and ethical values in the stages of collecting, interpreting and announcing the data related to the scientific fields in which statistics are used.
X
13
Aware of and act in accordance with social, scientific and professional ethical values
X
14
Question traditional approaches, practices and methods, develop new working methods where necessary and
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Topics Overview of Economic Thought and Method Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
2 Economic Thought in the First and Middle Ages Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
3 European Thought and Mercantilist doctrine at the beginning of New Age Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
4 Liberal Doctrine and the Emergence of Liberal Economics Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
5 Cases that directed classical political economics and classical economics in the first century. Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
6 Classical Economics and the main contributions Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
7 Doctrine of National Economy and Historical Thoughts Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
8 Midterm Prepare to exam Testing
9 Socialist Thoughts Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
10 Neo-classical economics and additives Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
11 Institutional School of Thought and Contributions Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
12 The Economics of Keynes and Keynesianism Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
13 Austrian School and the new Liberal of Economics Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
14 Monetarism, Neo-Classical Economics and Supply Economics Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
15 Keynesian Economics and Contributions Students will read the relevant sections of the books by topics. Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
16-17 Final Prepare to exam Testing

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources