The Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith

A fundamental work in classical economics. Scottish economist Smith, writing at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, describes an open economy able to regulate itself.
Genres: non-fiction, philosophy, finance, business, economics, sociology, political-science, politics, history
116 issues
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