On the paradigms of economic history

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The paradigms of economic history have been considered on the basis of the works by F. Braudel, R.Cameron, H.Clark, D.North and J.Hicks. The main categories include economy as a multilevel reality, world economy, institutions, the Malthus trap, the industrial revolution, demographic transition, the great divergence, the surplus product.

Keywords: paradigm, world economy, institutions, the Malthus trap, industrial revolution, demographic transition, great divergence, surplus product.

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