Predecessors of Adam Smith : the growth of British economic thought / by E.A.J. Johnson.


New York : Augustus M. Kelley, 1960.

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Other Title British economic thought
Subjects Economists -- Great Britain -- History.
Economists -- Great Britain.
Economists.
EĢconomistes -- Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire.
Great Britain.
Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.
Series Reprints of economic classics.
Description xii, 426 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Reprint. Originally published: [New York] : Prentice-Hall, 1937.
Includes indexes and bibliographies.
Contents pt. 1. Everyman his own economist. -- part 2. New attitudes toward new problems: Hales the humanist. Malynes, the dogmatist. Misselden, the critic. Mun, the strategist. Petty, the experimentalist. Grew, the scientist. Charles King, the propagandist. Hume, the synthetist. Postlethwayt, the publicist. Stewart, the political oeconomist. -- part 3. A primitive theory of production: Land and labor. "Art" and "Ingenious labor". Idleness and luxury. The "Export of work" and "Foreign-paid incomes". -- Notes to text. -- Appendices: A.A Check list of the more important articles devoted to proposals for economic improvement contained in he Philosophical transactions of the Royal society of London, volumes I through LXVI (1665-1776). B.A comparison of Postlethwayt's Dictionary with Savary's. C. Malachy Postlethwayt's literary acknowledgements. D. Sir James Steuart's indebtedness to his predecessors.
Genre History.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)167418
(OCoLC)ocm00167418
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Johnson, E. A. J. 1900-1972.
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