Adam Smith, 1776-1926; lectures to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the publication of "The wealth of nations," by John Maurice Clark, Paul H. Douglas, Jacob H. Hollander, Glenn R. Morrow, Melchior Palyi, Jacob Viner.
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Clark, John Maurice, 1884-
Douglas, Paul Howard, 1892-
Hollander, Jacob Harry, 1871-1940.
Morrow, Glenn R. 1895-1973.
Palyi, Melchior, 1892-
Viner, Jacob, 1892-1970.
Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.
ix, 241 p. 22 cm.
"Lectures ... delivered at the University of Chicago during the months of December, 1926-February, 1927."--Pref.
The dawn of science, by J.H. Hollander.--The founder of a school, by J.H. Hollander.--Adam Smith and the currents of history, by J.M. Clark.--Smith's theory of value and distribution, by P.H. Douglas.--Adam Smith and laissez faire, by J. Viner.--Adam Smith: moralist and philosopher, by G.R. Morrow.--The introduction of Adam Smith on the continent, by M. Palyi.
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