The Political Economy of Trade and Growth: An Analytical Interpretation of Sir James Steuart's Inquiry
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994 - 323 pagina's
The Political Economy of Trade and Growth provides the basis for a major re-evaluation of Sir James Steuart’s contribution to modern economics through a rigorous analysis of his most important work.
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2 The Basic Conception of an Exchange Economy
3 The Value of Commodities and the Distribution of Income
4 The Level of Output Employment and Population
5 Economic Growth and Foreign Trade
6 National Money and Interest
7 International Money
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