Sophus A. Reinert

Sophus A. Reinert is Marvin Bower Associate Professor at Harvard Business School.

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Cover: Markets, Morals, Politics: Jealousy of Trade and the History of Political ThoughtMarkets, Morals, Politics: Jealousy of Trade and the History of Political ThoughtKapossy, Béla
Nakhimovsky, Isaac
Reinert, Sophus A.
Whatmore, Richard
HARDCOVER03/19/2018$59.50
Cover: The Academy of Fisticuffs: Political Economy and Commercial Society in Enlightenment ItalyThe Academy of Fisticuffs: Political Economy and Commercial Society in Enlightenment ItalyReinert, Sophus A.HARDCOVER12/28/2018$46.50
Cover: Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political EconomyTranslating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political EconomyReinert, Sophus A.HARDCOVER10/17/2011$71.00
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