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AN AUSTRIAN PERSPECTIVE ON
THE HISTORY OF ECONIC THOUGHT VOL I

Murray N. Rothbard

 

Economic Thought Before Adam Smith, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama, 1995, 556 pgs., index, bibliogrphy, notes

 
 

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Introduction

 
 

Chapter 1 - The First philosopher - economists: the Greeks

 
 

Chapter 2 - The Christian Middle Ages

 
 

Chapter 3 - From Middle Ages to Renaissance

 
 

Chapter 4 - The late Spanish scholastics

 
 

Chapter 5 - Protestants and Catholics

 
 

Chapter 6 - Absolutist thought in Italy and France

 
 

Chapter 7 -Mercantilism: sereving the absolute state

 
 

Chapter 8 - French merchantilist throught in the seventeenth century

 
 

Chapter 9 - The liberal reaction against mercantilism in seventeenth century France

 
 

Chapter 10 - Mercantilism and freedom in England from the Tudors to the Civll War

 
 

Chapter 11 - Mercantilism and freedom in Englaned from the Civil War to 1750

 
 

Chapter 12 - The founding father of modern economics: Richard Cantillon

 
 

Chapter 13 - Physiocracy in mid-eighteenth century France

 
 

Chapter 14 - The brilliance of Tugot

 
 

Chapter 15 - The Scottish Enlightenment

 
 

Chapter 16 - The celebrated Adam Smith

 
 

Chapter 17 - The spread of the Smithian movement

 
 

Bibliography essay

 

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