02418nam 2200349Iu 45000010014000000030008000140050017000220060019000390070015000580080041000730200027001140400031001410500020001720820018001922450119002102500019003292640041003483000039003893360021004283370023004493380032004725201197005045380036017015880066017376500024018036500035018276550056018627000034019187000029019527100018019818560069019999781138201521FlBoTFG20171012161737.0m o d cr nn 171012s2017 enka s 000 0 eng d a9781138201521 (e-book) aFlBoTFGbengerdacFlBoTFG 4aHB75b.R68 201700a330.09bR869600aRoutledge historical resources :bhistory of economic thought /cedited by TBC, Gilbert Faccarello, Heinz D. Kurz. aFirst edition. 1aLondon :bTaylor and Francis,c2017. a1 online resource :billustrations atext2rdacontent acomputer2rdamedia aonline resource2rdacarrier aHistory of economic thought is an exciting new online platform that brings together the best and most relevant scholarship from Taylor & Francis, its imprints, and its authors. It is the second project in our new Routledge historical resources online programme, which has been specially designed to help students and academics with their research and study. The resource covers the fascinating subject of the history of economic thought over the period 1700-1914. It contains an extensive range of primary and secondary resources, including full books, selected chapters, and journal articles, as well as new thematic essays, and subject introductions on key themes. There is also a video introduction to the subject from one of the Academic Editors. Our rich metadata at chapter and article level makes search and research on the topic efficient and effective. Users can refine searches by subject, region, period, organization, notable figures and contributors as well as conduct key word searches. The site includes the following content types: Journal articles, Primary source collections, Secondary source chapters, Thematic essays, and Intorudctions to subjects and currents of thought. aMode of access: World Wide Web. aDescription based on online resource viewed October 12, 2017. 0aEconomicsxHistory. 0aEconomicsxStudy and teaching. 7aWorld Wide Web: Library information networks.2lcsh1 aFaccarello, Gilbert,eeditor.1 aKurz, Heinz D.,eeditor.2 aTBC,eeditor. uhttps://www.routledgehistoricalresources.comzClick here to view