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    Dorothy Lampen Thomson
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Volume 22 Issue 1. Bette Polkinghorn and Dorothy . .Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 June 2009. Recommend this journal.Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

Author: Adam Smith's Daughters, 1973, Japanse translation, 1988. Daughter of Frank Charles and Clara Josephine (Ludwig) Lampen. Thomson, Dorothy Lampen was born on August 17, 1904 in Great Falls, Montana, United States. Bachelor, Carleton College, 1926. Doctor of Philosophy in Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University, 1929. Instructor in economics City College of New York, 1929-1945, Bronx, 1945-1967. Professor economics Herbert H. Lehman College City University of New York, 1967-1974, retired, 1974. Author: Adam Smith's Daughters, 1973, Japanse translation, 1988.

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Adam Smith's Daughters is recommended for those interested in the history of economic ideas, economics, methodology and . Rhonda Sharp, Economic Record 'Polkinghorn and Lampen Thomson have succeeded well

Adam Smith's Daughters is recommended for those interested in the history of economic ideas, economics, methodology and economics education. Not only does it fill a gap about the contributions of women economists but it tells a story about the historical context in which economic ideas and theories emerge. Rhonda Sharp, Economic Record 'Polkinghorn and Lampen Thomson have succeeded well. Side by side with the biographical information provided, the reader of this volume has been offered a course in basic economic theories of the last two hundred years that is both readable and interesting.

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Adam Smith, Scottish social philosopher and political economist who is a towering figure in the history of economic thought, best known for his book An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776), the first.

Adam Smith, Scottish social philosopher and political economist who is a towering figure in the history of economic thought, best known for his book An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776), the first comprehensive system of political economy. Although his lectures were presented in English rather than in Latin, following the precedent of Hutcheson, the level of sophistication for so young an audience strikes one today as extraordinarily demanding. Afternoons were occupied with university affairs in which Smith played an active role, being elected dean of faculty in 1758; his evenings were spent in the stimulating company of Glasgow society.

While his exact date of birth isn’t known, Adam Smith’s baptism was recorded on June 5, 1723, in Kirkcaldy, Scotland. He attended the Burgh School, where he studied Latin, mathematics, history and writing. Smith entered the University of Glasgow when he was 14 and in 1740 went to Oxford. Adam Smith & Economics.

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