Adam Smith and Economic Science: A Methodological Reinterpretation
By: Jan Peil (author)Hardback
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Elucidates Adam Smith's vision of the free market economy, placing it in its historical perspective. The author discusses how Smith should be read, and outlines the hermeneutical model of interpretation in his economic thought. He examines the relevance of Smith's economics in the modern world.
An Adam Smith Renaissance Anno 1976; a contextual approach to "The Wealth of Nations"; mutual sympathy and commerce; the invisible hand and mutual sympathy; Adam Smith and the crisis of modern economics.
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