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Edited by ARTHUR ELI MONROE

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About this Item: Condition: New. A vital and varied survey of economic theory in the pre-modern era, this collection includes extracts from Aristotle's Politics and Nicomachean Ethics, Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologica, Thomas Mun's Englandís Treasure by Forraign Trade, David Hume's Political Discourses and twelve other extraordinary thinkers, including Xenophon, Nicole Oresme, Carolus Molinaeus, Antonio Serra, Jean Bodin, Sir William Petty and François Quesnay. The writings illustrate the ways in which thinkers of the past sought to argue for and explain the moral, ethical, monetary and political dimensions of trade and exchange. Biographical notes appear at the start of each author's work. Seller Inventory # 2399

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Antoin E. Murphy

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about the discovery of macroeconomic ideas and concepts long before the term macroeconomics had been coined. The cast of authors varies from doctors and physicians (Sir William Petty and Francois Quesnay), to philosophers (David Hume and Adam Smith), to bankers (Richard Cantillon and Henry Thornton) to Prime Ministers of France (John Law and Anne Robert Jacques Turgot). These authors had very rich and varied careers and the book invites readers to imagine specific moments in their careers that influenced both their lives and their writings. Building on these events the contributions of each author are outlined and discussed. Examination of their writings show that by the start of the nineteenth century they had left a rich legacy of macroeconomics ranging from the analysis and measurement of national income, the depiction of the circular flow of income, the debate on the role of money in the economy, the way to model the economy, the importance of labour, land and capital, the role of entrepreneurship, the Central Bank as a lender of last resort, and much more. Seller Inventory # AOP9780199543236

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Antoin E. Murphy

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about the discovery of macroeconomic ideas and concepts long before the term macroeconomics had been coined. The cast of authors varies from doctors and physicians (Sir William Petty and Francois Quesnay), to philosophers (David Hume and Adam Smith), to bankers (Richard Cantillon and Henry Thornton) to Prime Ministers of France (John Law and Anne Robert Jacques Turgot). These authors had very rich and varied careers and the book invites readers to imagine specific moments in their careers that influenced both their lives and their writings. Building on these events the contributions of each author are outlined and discussed. Examination of their writings show that by the start of the nineteenth century they had left a rich legacy of macroeconomics ranging from the analysis and measurement of national income, the depiction of the circular flow of income, the debate on the role of money in the economy, the way to model the economy, the importance of labour, land and capital, the role of entrepreneurship, the Central Bank as a lender of last resort, and much more. Seller Inventory # AOP9780199543236

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HEIMANN (E.)

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About this Item: London, Oxford University Press, 1945, 1945. Couverture rigide. Condition: Bon. Edition originale. ---- EDITION ORIGINALE ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- London, Oxford University Press, 1945, un volume in 8 relié en cartonnage éditeur, 9pp., 263pp. ---- Pre-history of economics (economics as applied ethics, mercantilism, PETTY, NORTH and LOCKE, CANTILLON, HUME) - The founding of economics (economics as a system of natural harmony, economics as biology, QUESNAY, Economics as physics, ADAM SMITH, circular-flow theory, price theory - The classical school (MALTHUS, RICARDO, SAY, THUENENT.) - Critics and reformers (SISMONDI, early socialists.) - Economics as historical dialectic of harmony (MARX, Marxist school, the theory of liberal socialism, OPPENHEIMER.) - Néo-classicism (the unification of the system through unility value, theory of incomes, capitalism, general equilibrium, business cycles.) - Emergence of the system of economic fluctuations. Seller Inventory # 26170

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Gerhard Stapelfeldt

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About this Item: Ca Ira Verlag Apr 2001, 2001. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Der Text ist der erste einer Reihe über die Epochen der bürgerlichen Ökonomie. Es werden Dar-stellungen des Liberalismus und des Imperialismus folgen. In diesen Texten geht es um eine historisch-genetische Darstellung des Systems der bürgerlichen Ökonomie, des 'historischen Kapitalismus' (Wallerstein). Das erste Kapitel liefert eine Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des Merkantilismus von den An-fängen bis zum Übergang in den Liberalismus. Das zweite Kapitel behandelt die englische Politik-Ökonomie und Gesellschaftsphilosophie des Merkantilismus. Es werden die Hauptwerke von Thomas Hobbes, William Petty, John Locke, John Law, Bernard Mandeville und David Hume kritisch erörtert. Am Schluß stehen die utopi-schen Kritiken von Thomas More und Francis Bacon. Das dritte Kapitel behandelt die Französische Politische Ökonomie von Pierre Le Pesant de Boisguilbert bis zu François Quesnay und Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Am Schluß steht hier die zeitgenössische utopische Kritik der europäischen Welteroberung von Michel de Montaigne. Zum Abschluß werden die realen und theoretischen Tendenzen herausgestellt, die den Übergang vom Merkantilismus in die nachfolgende Phase des Liberalismus anzeigen. 569 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9783924627737

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LU DA ZHEN

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 464 Language: Chinese. Publisher: China City Press Pub. Date :2004-12-01. youth must-read classics Series: Introduction to the world famous Economics Handbook. choose to take the East and West since the 19th century. more than 60 representatives of leading economists. of which the British Tuomasimeng classical economists. John Locke. Adam Smith. who works. modern economists Anthony Samuelson. Alvin Toffler. N. Gregory Mankiw. who works . Youth must-read classics Series: Introduction to the world famous Economics Handbook. both the life and achievements of the introduction of the master. another master of the writings of the best quotation. the master thought for readers to provide an insight beyond the ivory tower s ladder. Introduction to the reader by reading this masterpiece. we can understand the development of economic theory to understand the ideas and the essence of masters to learn their perspective of economic issues. grasp the direction of development of economic theory to enrich their own wisdom. Contents: Part I before the 19th century economics. economic theory Xenophon in ancient Greece. the tax on the British William Petty. the British foreign trade. the wealth derived from Tuomasimeng British On lower interest rates and improve the monetary value of the consequences of the British John Locke. Introduction of a commercial nature. British Richard Cantillon. Economic Proceedings Hume David Hume. the British economic table method Francois Quesnay. The formation and distribution of wealth in the investigation Aini Robert Law Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations study. British Adam Smith. the Principle of Population Thomas Robert Malthus. the British part II. the early 19th century - 19th centuryFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # E91726

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Gerhard Stapelfeldt

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About this Item: Ca Ira Verlag Apr 2001, 2001. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Der Text ist der erste einer Reihe über die Epochen der bürgerlichen Ökonomie. Es werden Dar-stellungen des Liberalismus und des Imperialismus folgen. In diesen Texten geht es um eine historisch-genetische Darstellung des Systems der bürgerlichen Ökonomie, des 'historischen Kapitalismus' (Wallerstein). Das erste Kapitel liefert eine Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des Merkantilismus von den An-fängen bis zum Übergang in den Liberalismus. Das zweite Kapitel behandelt die englische Politik-Ökonomie und Gesellschaftsphilosophie des Merkantilismus. Es werden die Hauptwerke von Thomas Hobbes, William Petty, John Locke, John Law, Bernard Mandeville und David Hume kritisch erörtert. Am Schluß stehen die utopi-schen Kritiken von Thomas More und Francis Bacon. Das dritte Kapitel behandelt die Französische Politische Ökonomie von Pierre Le Pesant de Boisguilbert bis zu François Quesnay und Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Am Schluß steht hier die zeitgenössische utopische Kritik der europäischen Welteroberung von Michel de Montaigne. Zum Abschluß werden die realen und theoretischen Tendenzen herausgestellt, die den Übergang vom Merkantilismus in die nachfolgende Phase des Liberalismus anzeigen. 569 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9783924627737

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Gerhard Stapelfeldt

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About this Item: Ca Ira Verlag Apr 2001, 2001. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Der Text ist der erste einer Reihe über die Epochen der bürgerlichen Ökonomie. Es werden Dar-stellungen des Liberalismus und des Imperialismus folgen. In diesen Texten geht es um eine historisch-genetische Darstellung des Systems der bürgerlichen Ökonomie, des 'historischen Kapitalismus' (Wallerstein). Das erste Kapitel liefert eine Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des Merkantilismus von den An-fängen bis zum Übergang in den Liberalismus. Das zweite Kapitel behandelt die englische Politik-Ökonomie und Gesellschaftsphilosophie des Merkantilismus. Es werden die Hauptwerke von Thomas Hobbes, William Petty, John Locke, John Law, Bernard Mandeville und David Hume kritisch erörtert. Am Schluß stehen die utopi-schen Kritiken von Thomas More und Francis Bacon. Das dritte Kapitel behandelt die Französische Politische Ökonomie von Pierre Le Pesant de Boisguilbert bis zu François Quesnay und Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Am Schluß steht hier die zeitgenössische utopische Kritik der europäischen Welteroberung von Michel de Montaigne. Zum Abschluß werden die realen und theoretischen Tendenzen herausgestellt, die den Übergang vom Merkantilismus in die nachfolgende Phase des Liberalismus anzeigen. 569 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9783924627737

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YAN JUN

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2013-01-01 Pages: 312 Publisher: Electronic Industry Press title: a book reading economics classics original price: 32.00 yuan Author: the Yanjun Press: Electronics Industry Publishing Date: 2013-1-1ISBN: 9787121179211 Words: 358.000 yards: 312 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 Weight: Editor's Summary book is a selection of more than 50 best in the world of economics classics. for each a set Chinese REVIEW . fun extended theory Intensive column. a detailed interpretation of classic works selected from multiple angles. Chinese REVIEW brief information on the author's life and achievements. major works. readers have an overall grasp of the selected writings; introduced interesting extension of some of the classics or of anecdotes. theory of the book's readability and fun at the same time broaden the reader's perspective; theory Con part of the essence of elaborate masterpiece of theoretical points. let the readers they do not have to dwell on the original obscure the text. but also to grasp the classics essence. Want these immortal classic will give every reader the wisdom of enlightenment. Directory prior to the 19th century economics economic theory - [ancient Greece] Xenophon Tax Theory - [British] William Petty British wealth derived from foreign trade - [British] Tuomasimeng Hume Proceedings of the economy - [British] David Hume the Principle of Population - [British] Thomas Robert Malthus. The Wealth of Nations - [British] Adam Smith economic table - [Law] Francois Quesnay investigation on the formation and distribution of wealth - [method] Kedu Belgorod nature of wealth. monetary and tax - [Act] Pierre Earle Bailey Johnson Bell commercial nature Introduction - [Ireland] Richard Cantillon On the lower interest rates and increase the monetary value of the consequences - [British] John Locke trade theory the beginning of the 19th century - [British] -19 The economics of the 1960s Introduction to Political Economy - [Act] to Jean Baptiste Tesar Iraq Political Economy and Taxation Principles - [British] David Ricardo new principles of political economy - [ the law] Monte The National System of Political Economy - [German] Friedrich Liszt isolated national economy of the country - [German] John Heinrich von Thunen historical method school handouts outline - [Germany] Wei Lianluo Snow Fall Principles of Political Economy - 70 years of the 19th century. John Stuart Mill. the [British] -20 century economics that purely political economics Platform - [law] Leon Walras Principles of Economics - [British] Alfred Marshall National Economic Principles - [Austria] Carl Menger capital interest - [Austria] Eugen von B?hm- the Vic distribution of wealth - [U.S.] John Bates Clark Theory of Economic Development - [the United States] Joseph Schumpeter's interest and price - [Sweden] Knudsen Sandvik Sale natural values - [Austria] Friedrich Wieser leisure class' - [United States] Tuosi Dan. where Bolun. Bend -20 1950s 1920s economics Employment. Interest and Money General Theory - John Maynard Keynes. the British]. [ Institutional Economics - [the United States] John Roger Kahn Commons welfare economics - [British] Pigou inter-regional trade and international trade - [Sweden] economic growth theory - [the United States] William Arthur Lewis. Economic Theory of Socialism - [Poland] Oscar Lange Value and Capital - [British ] John Richard Hicks input and output economics - [United States] China Xili Lyon Leontief social choice and personal values ??- [U.S.] Kenneth Joseph Arrow monetary equilibrium theory - [Sweden] Gunnar Myrdal Game Theory and Economic Behavior - [the United States] von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern. from the competition prosperity - [Germany] Ludwig Erhard not the power of property rights - [U.S.] Han Tao Fu Beili economics since the 1960s that the economic cycle. Capitalism and Freedom - [the United St. Seller Inventory # FW016114

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Gerhard Stapelfeldt

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About this Item: Ca Ira Verlag, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: German . Brand New Book. Der Text ist der erste einer Reihe über die Epochen der bürgerlichen Ökonomie. Es werden Dar-stellungen des Liberalismus und des Imperialismus folgen. In diesen Texten geht es um eine historisch-genetische Darstellung des Systems der bürgerlichen Ökonomie, des historischen Kapitalismus (Wallerstein). Das erste Kapitel liefert eine Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des Merkantilismus von den An-fängen bis zum Übergang in den Liberalismus. Das zweite Kapitel behandelt die englische Politik-Ökonomie und Gesellschaftsphilosophie des Merkantilismus. Es werden die Hauptwerke von Thomas Hobbes, William Petty, John Locke, John Law, Bernard Mandeville und David Hume kritisch erörtert. Am Schluß stehen die utopi-schen Kritiken von Thomas More und Francis Bacon. Das dritte Kapitel behandelt die Französische Politische Ökonomie von Pierre Le Pesant de Boisguilbert bis zu François Quesnay und Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Am Schluß steht hier die zeitgenössische utopische Kritik der europäischen Welteroberung von Michel de Montaigne. Zum Abschluß werden die realen und theoretischen Tendenzen herausgestellt, die den Übergang vom Merkantilismus in die nachfolgende Phase des Liberalismus anzeigen. Seller Inventory # LIB9783924627737

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Antoin E. Murphy

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This is a book about the discovery of macroeconomic ideas and concepts long before the term macroeconomics had been coined. The cast of authors varies from doctors and physicians (Sir William Petty and Francois Quesnay), to philosophers (David Hume and Adam Smith), to bankers (Richard Cantillon and Henry Thornton) to Prime Ministers of France (John Law and Anne Robert Jacques Turgot). These authors had very rich and varied careers and the book invites readers to imagine specific moments in their careers that influenced both their lives and their writings. Building on these events the contributions of each author are outlined and discussed. Examination of their writings show that by the start of the nineteenth century they had left a rich legacy of macroeconomics ranging from the analysis and measurement of national income, the depiction of the circular flow of income, the debate on the role of money in the economy, the way to model the economy, the importance of labour, land and capital, the role of entrepreneurship, the Central Bank as a lender of last resort, and much more. Seller Inventory # BTE9780199543236

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GUO GUAN QING . HU XIAO SONG

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 09 Pages: 210 Language: Chinese in Publisher: democracy in China Legal Publishing House. Beijing Open University Classic Reading Series: Western History of Economic Thought Introduction vivid yet solemn language. trying to give a true reproduce the difficult journey of human exploration of the laws of economic development. So that readers feel the the mercantilist driven by the pursuit of wealth frenzy: Smith's story by the master of macroeconomics listening pooled wisdom. well aware that the trajectory of the building construction and development of classical economics. is beginning to understand the marginal revolution significance. Just when you amazed at the beautiful form of neo-classical theory. the Great Depression swept the world will take you into the Keynesian era. The classic Beijing Open University Reading of the series: Western economic history of ideas Introduction to Smith's theory as a logical basis points. as the core of the three revolutions. added three revolutionary theory. improve. challenge or oppose it as a context to the characters rather than School main line. the economics were more comprehensive and systematic introduction to professional readers and readers are able to share the joy of learning the history of economic thought. 1.1.2 mercantilist nature of the the previous economics of Contents: Introduction 1 Smith 1.1 1.1.1 mercantilism mercantilist era background and main credo 1.1.3 Thomas Bangladesh and Britain derived from foreign trade and wealth 1.2 William Petty Sir spinelessness of Petty 1.2.1 1.2.2 as mercantilists Petty 1.2.3 as the statistically pioneer Petty 1.2.4 as Smith pioneer Petty 1.2.5 the mysterious passing good at preaching as Keynes pioneer Petty as the Marx pioneer Petty 1.2.6 the British pioneer 1.3.1 1.3 Petty forlorn Locke 1.3.2 Mandeville 1.3.3 Cantillon 1.3 .4 wisdom Hume 1.4 physiocrats 1.4.1 physiocrats pioneer: 1.4.2 re Boisguillebert physiocrats generation 1.4.3 natural order and pure product doctrine 1.4.4 Quesnay and economic table 2.1 2 Smith revolutionary: build a system of classical political economy Building for most people's happiness and well-being of the Adam Smith 2.1.1 childhood school days 2.1.2 the enamored academic life 2.1.3 twilight years of pain and joy 2.2 Wealth of Nations On the basic theoretical system 2.2.1 2.2.2 The structure of the Wealth of Nations and the main content of the revolution of mercantilism Smith 2.3 Smith's theories 2.3.1 Smith's division of labor doctrine 2.3.2 Adams the 2.3.4 2.3.3 Smith's theory of distribution of the secret doctrine of value Smith's economic liberalism of classical political economy inheritance and development of classical political economy of the four pairs of classical political economy challenges 5 Downfall 6 Marginal Revolution: Keynesian revolution leading to criticism of the general equilibrium neoclassical era neo-classical economic theory neoclassical monetary theory of neoclassical economics 10: opened up a new era of economics reference literatureFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # NE023513

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About this Item: Ca Ira Verlag Apr 2001, 2001. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Der Text ist der erste einer Reihe über die Epochen der bürgerlichen Ökonomie. Es werden Dar-stellungen des Liberalismus und des Imperialismus folgen. In diesen Texten geht es um eine historisch-genetische Darstellung des Systems der bürgerlichen Ökonomie, des 'historischen Kapitalismus' (Wallerstein). Das erste Kapitel liefert eine Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des Merkantilismus von den An-fängen bis zum Übergang in den Liberalismus. Das zweite Kapitel behandelt die englische Politik-Ökonomie und Gesellschaftsphilosophie des Merkantilismus. Es werden die Hauptwerke von Thomas Hobbes, William Petty, John Locke, John Law, Bernard Mandeville und David Hume kritisch erörtert. Am Schluß stehen die utopi-schen Kritiken von Thomas More und Francis Bacon. Das dritte Kapitel behandelt die Französische Politische Ökonomie von Pierre Le Pesant de Boisguilbert bis zu François Quesnay und Anne Robert Jacques Turgot. Am Schluß steht hier die zeitgenössische utopische Kritik der europäischen Welteroberung von Michel de Montaigne. Zum Abschluß werden die realen und theoretischen Tendenzen herausgestellt, die den Übergang vom Merkantilismus in die nachfolgende Phase des Liberalismus anzeigen. 569 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9783924627737

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About this Item: Verlag Die Wirtschaft Berlin. 1.) Ökonomen aus drei Jahrhunderten. Übersetzung aus dem Russischen. Verlag Die Wirtschaft Berlin, 1. Auflage/1974, 387 Seiten, Leinen-Einband mit O.Schutzumschlag. Mit einigen Abbildungen. Das Leben und Wirken der Ökonomen vor Marx und Engels. Darin u. a. Aristoteles, Mun, Petty, Law, Mandeville, Locke, North, Hume, Tucker, Quesnay, Turgot, Smith, Ricardo, Mill, de Sismondi, Malthus, Say, Cournot, Saint-Simon, Fourier, Owen. 2.) Marx/Engels Werke Band 26.1 bis Band 26.3 - Theorien über den Mehrwert, hier als Teil I bis III, ohne Rückennummerierung, gut erhalten. 3.) Artikel/Kopien: Wie bürgerliche Ökonomen erzogen werden, von Jürgen Kuczynski aus "Die Weltbühne", Heft 9/1986 und "Die Moral des Ökonomen" aus "Die Weltbühne" vom 30. Mai 1989. 4.) Ökonomisches Lexikon in zwei Bänden, Band A-K und L-Z, Verlag die Wirtschaft Berlin 1967, 1191+1226 Seiten, blauer Kunstledereinband, geringfügig abgenutzt, insgesamt aber gut erhalten, gut erhalten. Seller Inventory # BA-0580

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