Chronology on economics as a political science
3rd century B.C.: Aristotle already proposes a reflection on the sources of money, market value and commercial exchanges.(Nicomachean Ethics, and Politics)
1615 : A treatise on political economy antoine de Montchrestien.
1760: The physiocrats make land ownership and agriculture the two true sources of wealth.
1776: Adam Smith’s Research on the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations
1867: Marx publishes the first book of Capital
1936: John Maynard Keynes’ General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
1976: Milton Friedman, creator of the monetarist movement, receives the “Nobel Prize” for economics.
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