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Early British economics
Previous ed, London: Allen & Unwin, 1938.
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Early British Economics from the XIIIth to the middle of the XVIIIth century: Economics Books @ Early British Economics from the 13th to the Middle of the 18th Century: Economics Books @ hor: Max Beer.
It was my main effort to organize the existing doctrinal material of early British economics--first, by dividing it, according to time and contents, into consecutive periods; second, by classifying the reasonings and concepts of each period; lastly, by putting each group of reasonings and concepts, as well as its leading exponents, in their.
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Early British Economics covers the growth of economic thought in Britain, giving an outline of the economic and ethical problems raised by social developments and changes. The doctrines formulated by city merchants, economic writers and philosophers Cited by: 1. Kenneth Binmore (b.
), British, economist and game theorist, professor emeritus of economics at University College, London William K. Black, professor of economics at UMKC Fischer Black (–), American economist, best known as one of the authors of.
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