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Stationary State

In: The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics


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This authoritative and comprehensive reference work provides a thorough account of the classical approach to economics. It contains almost two hundred informative short entries in an easily accessible dictionary format on all the significant areas of this school of thought. The companion breaks new ground by drawing together the most important issues in the field in two comprehensive volumes.

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  • ., 1998. "Stationary State," Chapters,in: The Elgar Companion to Classical Economics, chapter 127 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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