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Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper

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Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper

Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper. Writers of various backgrounds - there being no such profession as 'economist' - who were inspired by issues of the day as well as by the writings of Smith and other Scots, made significant contributions to the development of economic theory and policy that are often overlooked today.

Founders of Scottish Economics 1700–1900. Author(s): Donald Rutherford

Founders of Scottish Economics 1700–1900. Author(s): Donald Rutherford. Publisher: Red Globe Press. Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper.

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Published by E. et (July 2013) ? Donald Rutherford, In the Shadow of Adam Smith . Rutherford offers us the context in which Smith?s presence grew and his legacy developed. et (July 2013) ? Donald Rutherford, In the Shadow of Adam Smith: Founders of Scottish Economics, 1700-1900. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. The book is an important contribution to the literature on Smith, on the history of economic thought, on Scotland?s intellectual history, as well as, indirectly, on the evolution of ideas more generally. He offers us insight into the wide economic knowledge that Smith used (or did not use), added to (or not), and of which he is (just a) part.

Rutherford, Donald (2012). In the Shadow of Adam Smith: Founders of Scottish Economics 1700–1900. Committee of Scottish Bankers. Retrieved 18 November 2016. White, Lawrence (November 1990). p. 100. ^ "Banknote History: Early Scottish banknotes". Scottish Banking and the Legal Restrictions Theory: A Closer Look". 22 (4): 527. JSTOR 1992435.

Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper. Writers of various backgrounds – there being no such profession as 'economist' – who were inspired by issues of the day as well as by the writings of Smith and other Scots, made significant contributions to the development of economic theory and policy that are often overlooked today.In the Shadow of Adam Smith, a landmark work in the history of economic thought, surveys and integrates the ideas of eighty Scottish writers from the 18th and 19th centuries to reveal a startlingly rich tapestry of argument and debate on a wide varietyof economic subjects, both philosophical and practical, that remain highly pertinent today. Government debt, economic growth, banking, credit, taxation – all were tackled by this remarkable, diverse collection of writers. Through reading their contributions toeconomics we both understand modern economic issues and thought more deeply, and gain a richer understanding of Adam Smith's thought and inheritance.Written in a crisp and readable style with a minimum of technical detail, this is an ideal book for students of the history of economics, as well as academics and general readers.

In the Shadow of Adam Smith: Founders of Scottish Economics 1700–1900 epub download

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Author: Donald Rutherford

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Language: English

Publisher: Red Globe Press; 2012 edition (August 7, 2012)

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