The Tradition of Economic Thought in the Mediterranean World from the Ancient Classical Times Through the Hellenistic Times Until the Byzantine Times and Arab-Islamic World

  • Christos P. Baloglou
Part of the The European Heritage in Economics and the Social Sciences book series (EHES, volume 11)


Since modern economics is generally considered to have begun with the publication of Adam Smith’s An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations in 1776, a survey and investigation of pre-Smithian economic thought requires some justification. Such an effort must offer both historical and methodological support for its contribution to the study of the history of modern economics.


Nicomachean Ethic Economic Thought Economic Idea Household Management Latin Translation 
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