Lectures on Jurisprudence
Essays on Philosophical Subjects
The correspondence of Adam Smith
The Essential Adam Smith
Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres
A catalogue of the library of Adam Smith
The Wealth of Nations: The Economics Classic - A Selected Edition for the Contemporary Reader
The wisdom of Adam Smith
A complete analysis, or abridgment, of Dr. Adam Smith's Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations
Essays, philosophical and literary
The Wealth of Nations Book 1
The Moral Philosophy
Essay on colonies
History of Economic Theory: The Selected Writings of Adam Smith, Jean-Baptiste Say, and J. R. McCulloch
Additions and corrections to the first and second edition of Dr. Adam Smith's Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations
Wealth of Nations IV-V
The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema: The Essential Companion to 101 Modern Movies
Money Thicker Than Blood
Property and Virtue in Moral Philosophy
The Theory of Moral Sentiments, Or, An Essay Towards an Analysis of the Principles by which Men Naturally Judge Concerning the Conduct and Character, First of Their Neighbours, and Afterwards of Themselves: To which is Added, a Dissertation on the Origin of Languages
Delphi Complete Works of Adam Smith (Illustrated)
The Theory of Moral Sentiments by Adam Smith and the Law by Frederick Bastiat
Economic Philosophy: Full Text Database: SGML Format
Blue Mountain Basic Black Lined Journal
A Historical Album of Kentucky
The Wealth of Nations
The Theory of Moral Sentiments
The Invisible Hand
Adam Smith's moral and political philosophy
Adam Smith Life story
Adam Smith FRSA was a Scottish economist and philosopher who was a pioneer in the thinking of political economy and key figure during the Scottish Enlightenment.
BiographyAdam smith (1723-1790) was a scottish economist and philosopher.He was born on june 5.1723 in kirkcaldy.Scotland.He was the son of margaret douglas and adam smith.A lawyer and civil servant.He had one older brotehr.David smith.
Physical CharacteristicsAdam smith was a tall man.Standing at 6 feet 2 inches.He had a slim build and was known to be a very handsmoe man.Ihs eyes were a deep blue and his hair was a light brown.
Education and CareerAdam smith attended the university of glasgow at the age of 14 and later attended balliol college.Oxford.He studied moral philosophy and graduated in 1740.After graduating.He became a professor of logic at glasgow university and later a professor of moral philosophy.In 1776.He published his most famous work.The wealth of nations.Which is considreed to be the foundation of modern economisc.
RelationshipsAdam smith never married and had no children.He was close to his mothre and brother.And had a close relationship with his friend and mentor.Daivd hume.
Zodiac SignAdam smith was a gemini.
Most Important EventThe omst important event in adma smith s life was the publication of his book the wealth of nations in 1776.This book is considered to be the foundation of modern economics and has had a lasting impact on the world.
Life StoryAdam smith was born in scotland in 1723.He attended the university of glsagow and later balliol college.Oxford.After graduating.He became a professor of logic and moral philosophy at glasgow university.In 1776.He published his omst famous work.The wealth of nations.Which is considered to be the foundation of modern economics.He nevre married and had no children.But was close to his mother and brother.And had a close relationship with his friend and mentor.David hume.He died in 1790 at the age of 67.
Big firm bosses' pay rose 16% as workers squeezed
... But economic think tank the Adam Smith Institute said " knee-jerk attacks" on chief executive pay were unhelpful, and said more attention needed to be applied to the benefits for the wider economy...
Rishi Sunak heckled by angry publican over alcohol tax
...By Adam Smith and Kate WhannelBBC NewsRishi Sunak has been heckled during a visit to the Great British Beer Festival in central London...
Cluster bombs: Biden defends decision to send Ukraine controversial weapons
... But Adam Smith, a Washington Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee, told the BBC the White House had made the " right call"...
House prices drop for third month in a row, says Halifax
... Adam Smith, founder of Alfa Mortgages predicted the strain being put on people s finances would " almost certainly send prices lower" during the months ahead...
King Charles: New coins featuring monarch's portrait unveiled
... Shops are permitted to no longer accept £20 Adam Smith and £50 notes featuring the portraits of Matthew Boulton and James Watt from Saturday...
Just 100 days left to spend paper £20 and £50 notes
... Celebrating Alan TuringThe Bank of England s paper £20 featuring economist Adam Smith has been in circulation since 2007, but has been gradually replaced by the plastic version which includes the work and portrait of artist JMW Turner...
Pay gap from bosses to staff to widen - think tank
... Politics of envy However, Emily Fielder, head of communications at the Adam Smith Institute, said while " fretting about CEO pay might make for a good headline, getting involved would do little to increase workers wages and benefits to shareholders"...
Online Safety Bill: New offences and tighter rules
... But think tank the Adam Smith Institute (ASI) said the report " fails to alleviate the gigantic threats posed by the draft Online Safety Bill to freedom of speech, privacy and innovation"...