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A Unified Theory of Capitalist Development

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A Unified Theory of Capitalist Development
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Publisher: Centrum, Catholic University of Peru
ISBN/ASIN: 9871486200
ISBN-13: 9789871486205
Number of pages: 305

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This book is about the science of economics. The scope of economics as social science is to explain the production of goods and its distribution between the social groups of particular human societies. The most important human society of our times is capitalism...

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