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  • #REDIRECT [[History of pre-classical economic thought]]
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  • {{r|History of pre-classical economic thought}}
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  • {{r|History of pre-classical economic thought}} {{r|Neoclassical Schools (1871-today)}}
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  • {{r|History of pre-classical economic thought}} {{r|Presbyterian}}
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  • ...pulated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/History of pre-classical economic thought]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|History of economic thought}}
    591 B (77 words) - 22:14, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Economics}} {{r|History of economic thought}}
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  • ...mmonly used without bias. Mercantilism is also often used to refer to the economic policy of the period, a confusion which is particularly destructive given ...ng of highly disparate writers bound by a concern for [[employment]] and [[economic growth]]. It arose independently in [[Spain]], [[France]], [[Italy]], [[
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  • In economic theory, the '''pre-classical period of economic thought''' begins in early antiquity and runs through the 18th century ''Enlightenm In antiquity various philosophers studied topics in economics. Aristotle was the most important.
    36 KB (5,504 words) - 00:26, 18 February 2018