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Coursera 11th_The Wealth Of Nations By Adam Smith @ Bluebirds' Nest

 Join us for a reading & analysis of "The wealth of nation" by Adam Smith, the father of classic economics as we know it today.

Aside from economic works, Adam Smith is also a moral philosopher with his own theory on human motives in commerce transactions. A proper understanding of Adam Smith will be a foundation to explore Karl Marx's ideas, who was born decades after him.

*Required Reading (the exact chapter is gonna be posted soon)

*Tentative Structure:

Historical context, guided reading, Q&A.


Thursday, 14 February

7:30pm - 09:30pm

Bluebirds' Nest | 13, 19 Dang Dung, Hanoi


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