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Political Economy

"Political Economy" Article - Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Part 1.
Political Economy - Introduction

ANCIENT TIMES
Part 2. Political Economy - Ancient Times

MIDDLE AGES
Part 3. Political Economy - Middle Ages

MODERN TIMES
Part 4. Political Economy - Modern Times; The First Modern Phase
Part 5. Political Economy - The Second Modern Phase: Merchantile System
Part 6. Political Economy - The Third Modern Phase: System of Natural Liberty; 1. Before Adam Smith - France; Germany; Italy; Spain
Part 7. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - England
Part 8. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - England (cont.)
Part 9. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - England (cont.)
Part 10. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - England (cont.)
Part 11. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - France
Part 12. Political Economy - Third Modern Phase (cont) - Adam Smith, etc. - Italy; Spain; Germany

THE HISTORICAL SCHOOL
Part 13. Political Economy - The Historical School - Introduction; Auguste Comte
Part 14. Political Economy - The Historical School - Germany
Part 15. Political Economy - The Historical School (cont.) - Italy; France
Part 16. Political Economy - The Historical School (cont.) - England

CONCLUSION
Part 17. Political Economy - Conclusion

FURTHER READING
Part 18. Further Reading on Political Economy



The above article was written by: John Kells Ingram, LL.D., Litt.D.; formerly senior Fellow and Vice-provost, Trinity Coll., Dublin; Prof. of English Literature, 1852; Regius Prof. of Greek, 1866; Librarian, 1879; author of On the Present Position and Prospects of Political Economy and Human Nature and Morals according to A. Comte.




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