The Early mercantilists: Thomas Mun (1571-1641), Edward Misselden (1608-1634), Gerard de Malynes (1586-1623)
18 articles, dating from 1933 to 1982 KContributors include: R.C. Blitz, A.W. Coats. J.H. Dales, R.B. Ekelund, Jr., J.D. Gould, W.D. Grampp, H. Heaton, E.F. Heckscher, L. Herlitz, R.W. K. Hinton, E. Johnson, L.S. Moss, L. Muchmore, L.H. Officer, J.C. Riemersma, H.O. Schmitt, R.D. Tollison, C. Wilson
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