Aßländer, Michael S.
Aims and Scope
Thinkers since antiquity have understood economics as a value-free science whose primary interest is the market. In this study, Michael S. Aßländer examines a variety of writers and theories as he charts the history of the societal meaning attached to economics and its emergence as an independent scientific discipline. Suited for both beginner and advanced students.
- vi, 178 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Economics; political economy; philosophy of economics; business ethics
- Academics, Institutes, Libraries