Adam Smith and Division of Labour
- Book 1:
Of the Causes of Improvement in the productive Powers of Labour, and of the Order according to which its Produce is naturally distributed among the different Ranks of the People.
- Book 2:
Of the Nature, Accumulation, and Employment of Stock.
- Book 3:
Of the different Progress of Opulence in different Nations.
- Book 4:
Of Systems of political Oeconomy.
- Book 5:
Of the Revenue of the Sovereign or Commonwealth.
KeywordsInternational Trade Foreign Trade Natural Rate Invisible Hand Effectual Demand
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