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  • 2014 Monetary Instability, Lack of Integration and the Curse of a Commodity Money Standard. The German Lands, c.1400–1900 A. D
    by Philipp Robinson Rössner
  • 2014 Economía política de la modernidad
    by Estrada, Fernando
  • 2014 Scarcity self-interest and maximization from Islamic angle
    by Hasan, Zubair
  • 2014 Modern Social Science Concepts, Proportionate Reciprocity, Modesty, and Democracy
    by Soldatos, Gerasimos T.
  • 2014 The Classical-Keynesian Paradigm: Policy Debate in Contemporary Era
    by Gul, Ejaz & Chaudhry, Imran Sharif & Faridi, Muhammad Zahir
  • 2014 The Political Economy of the Poor: The Rise and Fall of the Workhouse System
    by Cosma Orsi
  • 2014 The political economy of Byzantium: transaction costs and the decentralisation of the Byzantine Empire in the twelfth century
    by Richard Knight
  • 2014 Baltasar Gracián: El concepto de interés propio como guía de la acción humana/Baltasar Gracián: The Concept of Self- Interest as a Motive for Human Action
    by MARTÍN MARTÍN, VICTORIANO & SAN EMETERIO MARTÁN, NIEVES
  • 2014 La emblemática y el pensamiento económico español de finales del siglo XVI y principios del XVII/The Emblematic and Spanish Economic Thought of the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth
    by FERNÁNDEZ DELGADO, ROGELIO
  • 2014 A láthatatlan kéz - szemelvények egy metafora történetéből
    by Madarász, Aladár
  • 2013 Ibn Jaldún: Pensamiento Económico En El S. XIV
    by Puente-Ajovin, Miguel
  • 2013 Quesnay and the analysis of the surplus in an agrarian capitalist economy
    by Serrano, Franklin & Mazat, Numa
  • 2013 The Glue of Democracy: Economics, Warfare and Values in Classical Greece
    by Kyriazis, Nicholas & Paparrigopoulos, Xenophon & Economou, Emmanouel/Marios/Lazaros
  • 2013 Who is the Narrator of the Fable of the Individuality in Political Economy: Mandeville or Smith?
    by Eren, Ahmet Arif & Bozkurt, Ahmet Deniz
  • 2013 In the Shadow of François Quesnay: The Political Economy of Charles Richard de Butré
    by Loïc Charles & Christine Théré
  • 2013 Beyond Thomas Mun: the economic ideas of Edward Coke, Francis Bacon and Lionel Cranfield
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2013 La esclavitud y la trata de negros en el pensamiento económico español, siglos XVI al XVIII
    by Luis Perdices de Blas & José Luis Ramos Gorostiza
  • 2013 El debate moderno sobre los escritos económicos Aristotélicos
    by Hernán Borisonik
  • 2013 Montesquieu a pénzről, az árfolyamokról és az államadósságról
    by Csató, Katalin
  • 2013 Between Nationalism And The Flat World Of Thomas Friedman
    by Cristian Spiridon
  • 2013 Antonio Serra’s Development Economics: Mercantilism, Backwardness, Dependence
    by Cosimo Perrotta
  • 2013 A History of Ottoman Economic Thought: Developments Before the Nineteenth Century
    by Deniz KILINÇOĞLU
  • 2013 New mercantilism: A perspective on how politics is shaping world metal supply
    by Humphreys, David
  • 2013 Economic cosmology and the evolutionary challenge
    by Gowdy, John M. & Dollimore, Denise E. & Wilson, David Sloan & Witt, Ulrich
  • 2013 Inquiry into Lemercier de la Rivière’s entry into the circle of Quesnay
    by Bernard Herencia
  • 2013 Protection of competition in the contemporary global economy as a challenge for the competition theory
    by Magdalena Sliwinska
  • 2013 Luxe, innovations et crise : les enseignements des économistes classiques
    by Joël Thomas Ravix
  • 2013 Quand le luxe devient une question économique : retour sur la querelle du luxe du 18e siècle
    by Arnaud Diemer
  • 2012 From Craft to Institution: Accounting in Italy from the Middle Ages to the Early Modern Period
    by O. Volkova.
  • 2012 Harmonic and Conflict Views in International Economic Relations: a Sraffian view
    by Sergio Cesaratto
  • 2012 Controversial and novel features of the Eurozone crisis as a balance of payment crisis
    by Sergio Cesaratto
  • 2012 How Capitalism, University and Mathematics as Institutions Shaped Mainstream Economics
    by Yefimov, Vladimir
  • 2012 Dogmen- und realhistorische Aspekte des Wohlfahrtsbegriffs
    by Hans G. Nutzinger
  • 2012 Poverty and Subsistence. The Mercantilist Point of View
    by Cosma Orsi
  • 2012 A lesson from Pietro Leopoldo
    by Giacomo Becattini
  • 2012 La lezione di Pietro Leopoldo
    by Giacomo Becattini
  • 2012 Money – Between Medium of Exchange and Institution
    by Voroneanu Constantin-Bogdan
  • 2012 Adósság, pénz és szabadság
    by Madarász, Aladár
  • 2012 Cartels in the Kautiliya Arthasastra
    by Vikas Kumar
  • 2012 Keynes Post Mercantilista
    by Adolfo Eslava Gómez & Hernán Darío Orozco
  • 2011 A 'third culture' in economics? An essay on Smith, Confucius and the rise of China
    by Herrmann-Pillath, Carsten
  • 2011 Usury, Calvinism, and Credit in Protestant England: from the Sixteenth Century to the Industrial Revolution
    by John H. Munro
  • 2011 Scarcity, self-interest and maximization from Islamic angle
    by Hasan, Zubair
  • 2011 Mutamenti strutturali: modelli, metodi e principi in una nuova prospettiva
    by Schilirò, Daniele
  • 2011 Financial Institutions and Liquidity of Public Debt in England [1694 – 1720]
    by de Boyer des Roches, Jérôme & Bentemessek, Nesrine
  • 2011 Tocqueville sobre la pobreza en las democracias industrializadas
    by Jimena Hurtado
  • 2011 Eudaimonía y la economía de la felicidad
    by Santiago Melo
  • 2011 Tocqueville on Poverty in Industrial Democracies
    by Jimena Hurtado
  • 2011 Trade, money, and the grievances of the commonwealth : economic debates in the English public sphere during the commercial crisis of the early 1620’s
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2011 The role of experts in the public assessment of England´s trade crisis of the early 1620´s
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2011 Las «Reflexiones sobre el estado actualdel comercio de España» (1761), de Simón de Aragorri: contenido, estudio de fuentes y primera interpretación
    by Jesús Astigarraga
  • 2011 A Short History of the “Just Price” Controversy in the XII-th and XIII-th Centuries
    by Andreas Stamate
  • 2011 The First Globalization Debate: Crusoe vs. Gulliver
    by Craufurd D. Goodwin
  • 2011 Analysis of Savings in the Classics View
    by Niþu Oana & Tileagã Cosmin Virgil & Niþu Claudiu Valentin
  • 2011 Merchants and councilors: intellectual divergences in early 17th century British economic thought [Merchants and councilors: intellectual divergences in early 17th century British economic thought]
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2011 Buborékok és legendák. Válságok és válságmagyarázatok - II/2. rész. A Déltengeri Társaság
    by Madarász, Aladár
  • 2011 Buborékok és legendák. Válságok és válságmagyarázatok - II/1. rész. A Déltengeri Társaság
    by Madarász, Aladár
  • 2011 Sir William Petty: Merkantilist Bir Düşünür Mü?
    by Ahmet Arif EREN
  • 2011 The Never to Be Forgotten Hutcheson: Excerpts from W.R. Scott
    by W.R. Scott
  • 2011 Teoría económica y formación del Estado nación: mercantilistas y liberalistas
    by Germán Darío Valencia Agudelo
  • 2011 Retrospectives: Hume on Money, Commerce, and the Science of Economics
    by Margaret Schabas & Carl Wennerlind
  • 2010 Europe, German Mercantilism and the Current Crisis
    by Sergio Cesaratto
  • 2010 Economics and Hegemony; Globalization and International Trade Agreements
    by Mohamed, Issam A.W.
  • 2010 Level of income and income distribution in mid-18th century France, according to Francois Quesnay
    by Milanovic, Branko
  • 2010 The utility of a common coinage: currency unions and the integration of money markets in late medieval Central Europe
    by Lars Boerner & Oliver Volckart
  • 2010 Good or bad money?: debasement, society and the state in the late Middle Ages
    by David Chilosi & Oliver Volckart
  • 2010 The amazing synchronicity of the Global Development (the 1300s-1450s). An institutional approach to the globalization of the late Middle Ages
    by Lucy Badalian & Victor Krivorotov
  • 2010 The First Globalization Debate
    by Craufurd D. Goodwin
  • 2010 Financial Institutions and Liquidity of National Debt in England [1694 – 1720]
    by de Boyer des Roches, Jérôme & Bentemessek, Nesrine
  • 2010 Quando o liberal e o socialista se defrontam: Bastiat, Proudhon e a renda do capital [Liberalism vs. Socialism: Bastiat, Proudhon and capital income]
    by Carlos Leonardo Kulnig Cinelli & Rogério Arthmar
  • 2010 Oferta y demanda y el ciclo económico: una interpretación de la situación económica actual/Supply and Demand Sides and the Economic Cycle: An Interpretation of the Current Situation
    by GARCÍA LIZANA, ANTONIO
  • 2010 Montesquieu et les pauvres
    by Catherine Larrère
  • 2010 Pauvreté et propriété privée dans l’encyclique rerum novarum
    by Isabelle Astier & Annette Disselkamp
  • 2010 Retrospectives: An Early Supply-Side-Demand-Side Controversy: Petty, Law, Cantillon
    by John Berdell
  • 2009 Financial, economic and moral crisis – vector of durable development
    by Dobrescu, Emilian & Stefanescu, Roxana
  • 2009 Character, knowledge and skills in ancient Greek education: Lessons for today’s policy makers
    by Bitros, George C. & Karayiannis, Anastasios D.
  • 2009 Subjective Well-Being as Welfare Measure: Concepts and Methodology
    by Fischer, Justina AV
  • 2009 Double Competition and Market Stability in Sir James Steuart
    by José M. Menudo & Ramón Tortajada
  • 2009 Money, states and empire: financial integration cycles and institutional change in Central Europe, 1400-1520
    by David Chilosi & Oliver Volckart
  • 2009 Interpreting a crisis: trade and money debates in England during the parliament of 1621
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2009 Merchants and councilors: intellectual divergences in early 17th century British economic thought
    by Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
  • 2009 Usury Redux: Notes on The Scholastic Analysis of Usury by John T. Noonan
    by Joseph Burke
  • 2009 Buborékok és legendák. Válságok és válságmagyarázatok - a tulipánmánia és a Déltengeri Társaság, I. rész
    by Madarász, Aladár
  • 2009 Islamic Economics system In the Eyes of Maulana Maududi-An Analysis
    by Farooq Aziz & Muhammad Mahmud
  • 2009 Menger's Consumption Theory in the Light of Practical Thought
    by Patrick MARDELLAT
  • 2009 Byzantine Anonymous Folles In Malatya Archaeology Museum
    by Zeliha Demirel Gokalp
  • 2008 Money and Markets:Introduction
    by Alberto Giacomin & Matilde Maria Cristina Marcuzzo
  • 2008 Contract Enforcement and Institutions among the Maghribi Traders: Refuting Edwards and Ogilvie
    by Avner Greif
  • 2008 L’engagement politique des philosophes italiens au temps des lumières. Les cas de Pietro Verri et de Cesare Beccaria (1760-1790)Abstract: (The political engagement of the italian philosophers at the time of the lights. Cases of pietro verri and cesare beccaria (1760-1790)) Abstract : Les Philosophes de l’Ecole de Milan et surtout Pietro Verri et Cesare Beccaria constituent l’exception italienne face au puissant mouvement des Lumières françaises et anglaises. Sans malheureusement pouvoir créer un véritable parti, ils n’ont été que des fonctionnaires faisant partie d’une classe politique en formation. Leur impact politique vis-à-vis de l’absolutisme a été modeste mais sans leurs idées, sans leur révolte, on n’aurait pas pu vouloir ni même parfois obtenir, en Italie, l’abolition de la peine de mort, de la torture, de l’inquisition, de la censure ecclésiastique, des corporations, des privilèges des villes sur les campagnes… The Philosophers of the School of Milan and especially Pietro Verri and Cesare Beccaria constitute the Italian exception vs the powerful movement of the French and English Lights. Unfortunately unable to create a true party, they were only civil servants forming part of a political class in formation. Their political impact with respect to absolutism was modest but without their ideas and revolts, one could not have wanted nor even sometimes obtained, in Italy, the abolition of death penalty, torture, enquiry, ecclesiastical censure, guilds and privileges of the cities over countryside…
    by Maria G. Vitali-Volant
  • 2008 Economic and Religious Choice: A Case-Study from Early Christian Communities
    by Gotsis, George & Drakopoulos, Stavros A.
  • 2008 Shehu Uthman Dan Fodio and his economic ideas
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2008 Works of economic interest in the seventeenth century Muslim world
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2008 Ibn Abd al-Wahhab and his economic ideas
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2008 The myth of Bryson and economic thought in Islam
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2008 The Ohlin-Keynes Debate on the German Interwar Reparations Revisited
    by Ormazabal Sánchez, Kepa Mirena
  • 2008 To take or to make?: contracting for legitimacy in the emerging states of twelth century Britain
    by Leigh Gardner
  • 2008 ‘The big problem of the petty coins’, and how it could be solved in the late Middle Ages
    by Oliver Volckart
  • 2008 The economic history of sovereignty: communal responsibility, the extended family, and the firm
    by Lars Boerner & Albrecht Ritschl
  • 2008 Cuestiones Metodológicas Respecto A La Ciencia Económica: Una Crítica Marxista
    by Oscar Javier Pérez
  • 2008 The Process of Circulation in Quesnay's Tableau Économique
    by Hernando Matallana
  • 2008 Money for Nothing: The Sin of Usury
    by Joseph Burke
  • 2008 Jean-Jacques Rousseau y Karl Marx: estudio comparativo de dos críticas a la economía de mercado
    by Andrés Álvarez & Jimena Hurtado
  • 2008 Vauban, la Défense et la cohésion de l'économie nationale
    by Guy Caire
  • 2007 Kautilya on Time Inconsistency Problem and Asymmetric Information
    by Balbir Sihag
  • 2007 Tawney's Century (1540-1640): the Roots of Modern Capitalist Entrepreneurship in England
    by John H. Munro
  • 2007 The Usury Doctrine and Urban Public Finances in Late-Medieval Flanders: Annuities, Excise Taxes, and Income Transfers from the Poor to the Rich
    by John H. Munro
  • 2007 Individual deliberation, moral autonomy and emotions: Rousseau on citizenship
    by Christophe Salvat
  • 2007 Perception of market and pricing among the sixteenth century Muslim scholars
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2007 The usury doctrine and urban public finances in late-medieval Flanders (1220 - 1550): rentes (annuities), excise taxes, and income transfers from the poor to the rich
    by Munro, John H.
  • 2007 Lowndes and Locke on the value of money
    by Ormazabal Sánchez, Kepa Mirena
  • 2007 Macchine, lavoro e accrescimento della ricchezza. Riflessioni sul progresso tecnico, occupazione e sviluppo economico nel pensiero economico del Settecento ed Ottocento
    by Mario Coccia
  • 2007 David Ricardo, Contemporary Economist
    by Popescu, Dan
  • 2007 Cantemir – oeconomiae peritus
    by Stoenescu George Virgil
  • 2007 Autonomie Morale Et Autorité Ou La Question De La Volonté Chez Rousseau
    by Christophe SALVAT
  • 2007 Rousseau and division of labor: from robinson to the economic agent
    by Claire PIGNOL
  • 2007 Rousseau, ethic and economy. The model of Clarens in the Nouvelle Héloïse
    by Céline SPECTOR
  • 2007 The notion of work in the Emile of J.J. Rousseau
    by Arnaud BERTHOUD
  • 2007 Why should we consider Rousseau as an economist?
    by Catherine LARRÈRE
  • 2007 Le Rôle Des Préférences Individuelles Dans La Controverse Condillac-Le Trosne Sur La Valeur Et Les Prix
    by Arnaud ORAIN
  • 2007 L'échange et la loi. Le statut de la rationalité chez Rousseau
    by Christophe Salvat
  • 2006 Dette publique, Banque d'Angleterre et taux d'intérêt : 1694-1800
    by de Boyer des Roches, Jérôme
  • 2006 Morality, institutions and economic growth: Lessons from ancient Greece
    by Bitros, George & Karayiannis, Anastassios
  • 2006 Cash waqf: is it a usurious piety?
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2006 The Conceptual Roots of Work Effort in Pre-classical and Classical Economic Thought
    by Drakopoulos, Stavros A. & Karayiannis, Anastassios
  • 2006 A.-R.-J. Turgot and the Construction of an Economic Agent called Entrepreneur
    by José M. Menudo & José Mª O’kean
  • 2006 Rodney Hilton, Marxism and the transition from feudalism to capitalism
    by Stephan R. Epstein
  • 2006 Classifications of innovations: Survey and future directions
    by Mario Coccia
  • 2006 La Economía en los diccionarios y las enciclopedias del Siglo XVIII en España
    by Jesús Astigarraga & Juan Zabalza
  • 2006 Ritorno alle Riduzioni
    by Giacomo COSTA
  • 2006 Information and efficient allocation of productive means in a decentralized economy: Organization of markets in Turgot and Gustave de Molinari's works
    by Rabah BENKEMOUNE
  • 2006 Les Monnaies De La Republique. Un Retour Sur Les Idees Monetaires De Jean Bodin
    by Jérôme BLANC
  • 2006 « Équilibre » et fiscalité au Siècle des lumières. L'économie politique de Jean-Joseph Graslin
    by Arnaud Orain
  • 2005 Développement et libéralisme. De quoi parle-t-on ? (Development and liberalism. What are we talking about?)
    by Dimitri Uzunidis
  • 2005 James Mill as an Economist: Theory Dominated by Deductive Method
    by Thomas Torrance
  • 2005 Quota Justice in Exchange: The Economic Philosophy of John Duns Scotus
    by Robert I. Mochrie
  • 2005 Aristotelism, handel och det liberala systemet
    by Den Uyl, Douglas & Rasmussen, Douglas
  • 2005 Montesquieu as an economist (In French)
    by Bertrand BLANCHETON (CMHE, IFReDE-GRES)
  • 2005 Business culture and entrepreneurship in the Ionian Islands under British rule, 1815-1864
    by Sakis Gekas
  • 2005 Cantillon, Quesnay, and the Tableau Economique
    by Anthony Brewer
  • 2005 Espaço e economia no Sistema de Cantillon [Space and economics in the Cantillon's system]
    by Mauricio C. Coutinho
  • 2004 Economic utopia of the Torah. Economic concepts of the Hebrew Bible interpreted according to the Rabbinical Literature
    by Esa Mangeloja
  • 2004 Paradigms and 'epistemes' in the history of economic thought
    by Iara Onate
  • 2004 Technology and Technometrics approachesne
    by Mario Coccia
  • 2004 The origins of the economics of innovation: the Rae’s contribution
    by Mario Coccia
  • 2004 Cantillon, Espaço E Teoria Econômica
    by Mauricio Chalfin Coutinho
  • 2004 "Vicios privados, beneficios públicos" o la diestra administración del legislador utilitarista
    by Jimena Hurtado Prieto
  • 2004 La innovación tecnológica desde una perspectiva evolutiva
    by Óscar A. Benavides
  • 2003 Entwicklung und Perspektiven der produktivgenossenschaftlichen Unternehmensform
    by Kramer, Jost W.
  • 2003 Book Review: The Mediterranean tradition in economic thought by Louis Baeck
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2003 Probabilismo: ética y economía
    by Alberto Castrillón
  • 2003 Forerunner of the Theories of the Free Market Economy
    by Ivan Verbanov
  • 2002 The medieval origins of the 'Financial Revolution': usury, rentes, and negotiablity
    by Munro, John H.
  • 2002 Mandeville e a Lei dos Mercados
    by Arthmar, Rogério
  • 2002 Monnaie de compte et système de paiements chez James Steuart. Quel rôle pour la stabilité bancaire ?
    by Michel Piteau
  • 2001 An analytical study of al-Ghazali’s thought on money and interest
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 2001 Nine protestants are to be esteemed worth ten catholics. Representing religion, labour and economic performance in pre-Industrial Europe, c.1650 - c.1800
    by Lambrecht, Thijs A.
  • 2000 Trabalho e política: Locke e o discurso econômico
    by Hugo E. A. da Gama Cerqueira
  • 2000 Further investigation into the sustainability of the brazilian federal domestic debt
    by Viviane Luporini
  • 1999 An Almost Ideal Dynamic Demand System Applied to Italian Households
    by Testi, Angela
  • 1999 Al-Dawudi: A North African Malikite Observer Of The Economic Disorder Under The Fatimid Regime
    by Cengiz Kallek
  • 1998 Economic Thought of al-Ghazali
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim & Ghazanfar, Shaikh Mohammad
  • 1998 The late medieval crisis as an 'integration' crisis
    by Stephan R. Epstein
  • 1994 The Covariance Structure of Intrafamily Earnings, Rising Inequality and Family Labor Supply
    by Dean Hyslop
  • 1992 Regional fairs, institutional innovation and economic growth in late medieval Britain
    by Stephan R. Epstein
  • 1983 Ibn Taimiyah's concept of market mechanism
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • 1982 Economic thought of Ibn al-Qayyim (1292–1350)
    by Islahi, Abdul Azim
  • Pain and human action: Locke to Bentham
    by Marco E. L. Guidi