Economic Doctrines: The Origins

Avtandil Silagadze
Iv.javakhishvilli Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

Tamar Atanelishvili
Nodar Silagadze

Series: Georgian Classics, Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: BUS069000



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This book presents research in the old era about the individual elements of economic doctrines that form the basis of the formation of economic science. The aim of the first chapter is to consider the most important economic views (State economic function, budget model, statistics, ownership, etc.) in the ancient epoch (Egypt, Iraq, China, India, etc.). The second chapter deals with the most prominent economic considerations (economics, labor division, money, goods, property, management, etc.) of the famous representatives of the ancient epoch (Ancient Greece, Old Rome), although they did not specifically research economic issues (especially in ancient Greece). The third chapter reveals “mature” economic considerations formed in Western Europe, Kievan Rus’, Georgia, Russia, Tunisia etc.) that have finally laid the foundation for economics as a science.
(Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Ancient Economic Ideas

Chapter 2. Antique Economic Thoughts

Chapter 3. New Visions



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