Adam Smith's Legacy: His Place in the Development of Modern Economics

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First published 1992
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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
Adam Smith's legacy: his place in the development
of modern economics.
1. Fry, Michael
330.153

ISBN 0-415-06164-4

Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data
Adam Smith's legacy: his place in the development of modern economics
/edited by Michael Fry.
p. cm.
Proceedings of a conference held in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, on
July 16-17, 1990, to mark the bicentenary of the death of Adam
Smith.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-415-06164-4
1. Smith, Adam, 1732-1790-Congresses. 2. Economics-History
—Congresses. I. Smith, Adam, 1723-1790. II. Fry, Michael, 1947-
HB103.S6A6275 1992 91-25698
330.15′3-dc20 CIP

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