Classics and Moderns in Economics Volume II

Essays on Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Economic Thought

Author: Peter Groenewegen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134417381

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

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This second volume of essays on nineteenth and twentieth century economic thought, complements the first and continues the high standards of scholarship and academic rigour.

Information Sources


Author: John T. Fletcher

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 1483102750

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 352

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Information Sources in Economics, Second Edition aims to bring together all sources of information in the field of economics into one convenient form, as well as present a picture of the international scene in the disciplines covered in the book. The text discusses the different sources of information such as the different kinds of libraries; bibliographic tools such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, and almanacs; periodicals; unpublished material; and statistics sources. The book also related branches of economics such as macroeconomics, industrial, and agricultural economics, as well as their related literature. The monograph is recommended for students and practitioners in the field of economics who are in need of sources of information on economics, especially those who are engaged in studies.

Agricultural Library Notes

Issued Monthly by the United States Department of Agriculture Library with the Cooperation of the Libraries of the Land Grant Colleges and the State Agricultural Experiment Stations

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Agricultural libraries

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Essays in the Economic History of the Atlantic World

Author: John McCusker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134703406

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 299

View: 440


Written by one of the leading authorities on trade and finance in the early modern Atlantic world, these fourteen essays, revised and integrated for this volume, share as their common theme the development of the Atlantic economy, especially British America and the Caribbean. Topics treated range from early attempts in medieval England to measure the carrying capacity of ships, through the advent in Renaissance Italy and England of business newspapers that reported on the traffic of ships, cargoes and market prices, to the state of the economy of France over the two hundred years before the French Revolution and of the British West Indies between 1760 and 1790. Included is the story of Thomas Irving who challenged and thwarted the likes of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Alexander Hamilton, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.