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Reference

Introduction

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Journal | Publication

History of Economic Thought | The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

Archive for the History of Economic Thought | McMaster University

Website

Dead Economists Sociey - Dedicated to the extraordinary insights of classical liberal economists | John McGinnis.

History of Economic Thought website

International Institute of Social History | An Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science - "One of the largest documentary and research centres in the field of social and economic history." 

Audio

Tawney lecture | Economic History Society - podcasts of annual lectures.


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