The Principles of Economic Wealth Creation

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The theory that economic wealth is created through a social division of labour has been around for more than 2500 years. This theory has been given little attention since market-centred thinking took hold in economics after the 1870s. Robert Gilles provides a rationale for this theory and aims to place this perspective back at the centre of economic reasoning and theorising.

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