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Republicanism and development of the concept of economic freedom

Republicanism and development of the concept of economic freedom

Journal of Institutional studies, , Vol. 6 (no. 2),
p. 27-42

The paper is devoted to the problem of formation economic freedom concept composed by A. Smith in the context of republicanism development as one of directions in political thought of West philosophy during XVI - XVIII centuries Republican System of values and Protestant ethic had a profound effect on economists considered eras, giving inspiration to Adam Smith for the creation of his theoretical system of political economy, the key to which was the philosophy J. Locke.


Keywords: theory of A. Smith; classical political economy; republicanism; economic liberalism; economic freedom

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