Eighteenth Century Economics: Turgot, Beccaria and Smith and Their Contemporaries

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Acknowledgements

For permission to reprint material (articles or chapters in books) from publications over which they hold the copyright, I gratefully acknowledge permission to reprint the items specifically mentioned from the following publishers: for permission to reprint Chapters 3, 7, 17, 20, 21, 22, Blackwells Ltd; for permission to reprint Chapters 16 and 19, Duke University Press; for permission to reprint Chapter 18, Kenzei Kenkyu, Hitotsubashi University, Japan; for permission to reprint Chapter 10, Libraire Droz S.A. (Geneva); for permission to reprint Chapter 6, Presses universitaires de France; for permission to reprint Chapter 23, Milelle edizione, Lecce; for permission to reprint Chapters 8 and 9, Routledge (Taylor & Francis); for permission to reprint Chapter 15, Storia del pensiero economico, and for permission to reprint Chapter 5 in English, Verlag Wirtschaft und Finanzen (Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt Gmbh, Dusseldorf). In addition, I wish to thank Rebecca Leung and Jannine Cradick for preparing the material for the publishers; to Tony Aspromourgos for commenting on the original proposal and consenting to reproduce the part of Chapter 8 which he had written; and finally to the staff of Routledge, particularly Robert Langham and Terry Clague, for their cooperation and assistance in bringing this project to a successful conclusion.

Peter Groenewegen

University of Sydney

November 2001

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