Monetary Theory, 1601-1758, Հատոր 5
This six-volume set contains the writings of the earliest pioneers of monetary theory. It contains some 28 texts, beginning with Gerard de Maynes' "A Treatise of the Canker of England's Common Wealth" (1601) and ending with Joseph Harris' "An Essay on Money and Coins" (1757/58).
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The System or Theory of the Trade of the World 1720 Isaac
Essay on the Nature of Trade in General 172830 Richard
Money Answers All Things 1734 Jacob Vanderlint
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