Economics Lessons

Adam Smith
  • Adam Smith – Wealth of Nations

    Adam Smith’s pioneering book on economics, The Wealth of Nations (1776), is around 950 pages long. Modern readers find it almost impenetrable: its language is flowery, its terminology is outmoded, it wanders into digressions, including one seventy pages in length, and its numerous eighteenth-century examples often puzzle rather than enlighten us today.  This is a summary of that work.


  • Economics Definition

  • Why We Need To Listen Better
  • Economics Foundations

  • Economics Terms

  • Intent Driven Communication Model
  • Hayek Individualism

    Individualism: True and False

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  • Hayek on Knowledge

  • History of Economic Thought

  • Important Authors

  • Libertarianism

  • Macro & Micro Economics

  • NYT Timeline

  • Classroom
  • Political Science

  • Scarcity

  • Schools Of Thought


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    Adam Smith
  • Adam Smith – Wealth of Nations

    Adam Smith’s pioneering book on economics, The Wealth of Nations (1776), is around 950 pages long. Modern readers find it almost impenetrable: its language is flowery, its terminology is outmoded, it wanders into digressions, including one seventy pages in length, and its numerous eighteenth-century examples often puzzle rather than enlighten us today.  This is a summary of that work.


  • Economics Definition

  • Why We Need To Listen Better
  • Economics Foundations

  • Economics Terms

  • Intent Driven Communication Model
  • Hayek Individualism

    Individualism: True and False

    dkdkdkdkd


  • Hayek on Knowledge

  • History of Economic Thought

  • Important Authors

  • Libertarianism

  • Macro & Micro Economics

  • NYT Timeline

  • Classroom
  • Political Science

  • Scarcity

  • Schools Of Thought