Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought
Perspectives on the Administrative Tradition: from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century. Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought v. 7
Volume VII illustrates the administrative aspects that are an on-going component of most economic theory. It demonstrates that before the birth of political economy as a formal discipline, public and private administrators were formulating theories about economic processes as guidelines for administrative decisions. The main theme of this volume revolves around the influence of administrative considerations on the development of economic theory.
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