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Economics without Time : A Science Blind to…

Economics without Time : A Science Blind to the Forces of Historical… (edition 1993)

by Graeme Snooks

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Title:Economics without Time : A Science Blind to the Forces of Historical Change
Authors:Graeme Snooks
Info:University of Michigan Press (1993), Hardcover
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Tags:economics, economic history, medieval history, British History, read, environmentalism

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Economics without Time : A Science Blind to the Forces of Historical Change by Graeme Snooks

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Historical, theoretical, and real time in economics.

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