Needs to be revised and the title changed to "The Wealth Of Global Corporations", hence 4 stars instead of 5. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2004 by Areader
Adam Smith is considered a founding father of economic theory.
In the Wealth of Nations, he laid a foundation for the free market while at the same time explaining some of the... Read more
To be an economist without having read "The Wealth of Nations" is like being a priest without having read the Bible. Read morePublished on Aug. 27 2003 by N. Tsafos
Some books have entered so deeply into our culture that they affect the way we think whether or not we have read them. The Wealth of Nations is certainly one of these books. Read morePublished on July 4 2003 by Jonathan W. Robie
This book is the seed of modern understandings of economics and therefore the key to unlocking the uncertainties of 18th century economic life to the degree that the world has... Read morePublished on May 17 2003 by "rolihlahla82"
This is one of the truly great books produced by the Western world. Although much has been written on economics since, it considerably broadened my perspective to read it in the... Read morePublished on May 14 2003 by Margaret Magnus
The Scottish Adam Smith is certainly the most important economists of all times and is the founder of modern economic thought, being "The Wealth of the Nations" his major... Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2003 by Roberto P. De Ferraz
A couple of years ago I went to a local bookstore determined to read 'Capital' as well as 'Wealth of Nations,' but since there wasn't a copy of the latter available at the time, I... Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2002 by William R. Krapek