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Breve Trattato / A Short Treatise, Napoli 1613

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In his monumental History of Economic Analysis, Joseph A. Schumpeter calls Serra “the first to compose a scientific treatise … on economic principles and policy.” This working paper, available only hardcopy and upon request, brings the first ever English translation of Antonio Serra’s Breve Trattato. However, the translation is designed to be used in a workshop to take place in Venice in 2007, sponsored by The Other Canon Foundation, which will produce a final English translation of the text for publication.

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  • Antonio Serra, 2006. "Breve Trattato / A Short Treatise, Napoli 1613," The Other Canon Foundation and Tallinn University of Technology Working Papers in Technology Governance and Economic Dynamics 09, TUT Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance.
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