Discourses Upon Trade
North ’s Discourses upon Trade is one of the earliest attempts to theorize as a whole the workings of a market economy in England. There are two discourses: one concerning “the abatement of interest” and the other on “coyned money”.
Discourses upon Trade. A Reprint of Economic Tracts, ed. Jacob H. Hollander (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1907).
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Table of Contents
- INTRODUCTION by Jacob H. Hollander, Ph. D.
- THE PREFACE.
- * A DISCOURSE Concerning the Abatement of INTEREST.
- 10|* A Discourse of COYNED MONEY.
- ||* Postscript. Upon farther Consideration of the Foregoing Matters, I think fit to add the following Notes.