Adam Smith. An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of Nations
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Format 168х260 mm
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Customs Commissioner, whose lectures on literature have fascinated Scottish aristocrats; eccentric, absent-mindedness which was worn by the legendary character, an enthusiastic admirer of Newton's discoveries; a scholar and a passionate bibliophile; a recluse and a bachelor, lived with his mother before Adam Smith became famous not this. It is called the "man of one book", which is akin to Newton's "Principles" in physics, became the basis of classical Economics. Smith, who sought universal laws of social organization, discovered the mechanism of action of the "invisible hand" of the market. Aphoristically accurately, with noble simplicity and expressiveness, is not peculiar to the economic treatises, he has introduced the concept of "primitive accumulation of capital" and described the division of labor and competition. The cornerstone of economic theory is the work "Wealth of Nations", which became a bestseller during the life of the author, still reads like an adventure novel with a gripping storyline.