Coverbild Adam Smith for Beginners. The Wealth of Nations von Helen Winter, Thomas Rommel, ISBN-978-3-423-30708-6
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Adam Smith for Beginners. The Wealth of Nations

A Reading Introduction.
A Scottish moral philosopher - the father of modern economics.

It is clear that Adam Smith (1723 - 1790) was not only a political economist but also a moral philosopher, as can be seen in his famous work 'The Wealth of Nations'. This extensive work, first published in 1776, is not only the bible of modern economics, but a book which, above all, concentrates on the well-being of the individual and the possibilities of freedom and justice.

These are questions that concern everybody, but not everybody will immediately find his way through this voluminous work. Major assistance is offered with this book, which forms the basis for reading Smith's text by oneself.
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224 pages, ISBN 978-3-423-30708-6

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About the author

Helen Winter

Dr. rer. pol. Helen Winter is departmental head within the Ministry of Economics with an emphasis on international, industrial, trade and competition politics.Dr. phil. Thomas Rommel is an assistant of the English seminar at the University of Tübingen with a focus of his work on Adam Smith.
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