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Adam Smith (Littérature secondaire)

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Littérature secondaire

De 1889 à 1959

  • 1889, Seigmund Feilbogen, "James Steuart und Adam Smith", Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft, Vol 45, pp218-260
  • 1890, Seigmund Feilbogen, "Adam Smith und David Hume", Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft, Vol 46, pp695-716
  • 1895, John Rae, "The Life of Adam Smith", London: Macmillan, 1895
    • Repris en 1965, New York: Kelley
    • Repris en 2002, Seattle, University Press of the Pacific
  • 1901, H. R. Sewall, "The Theory of Value before Adam Smith", Publications of the American Economic Association, August, 2 (3), pp1-128
  • 1926, Edwin Cannan, Adam Smith as an Economist, Economica, No. 17 (juin) pp123-34
  • 1927, Jacob Viner, "Adam Smith and Laissez Faire", Journal of Political Economy, 35 (2), avril, pp198–232
    • Repris en 1928, In: J. H. Hoolander, dir., "Adam Smith, 1776-1926", Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Press, pp116-155
  • 1932, James Bonar, "A Catalogue of the Library of Adam Smith", London: Macmillan 2d ed.
  • 1934, Eli Ginzberg, The House of Adam Smith, New York: Columbia University Press
  • 1937, William R. Scott, "Adam Smith as Student and Professor", Glasgow, Jackson Son & Co.
  • 1951, Raymond De Roover, Monopoly Theory Prior to Adam Smith : A Revision, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 65
  • 1954, D. Forbes, "‘Scientific Whiggism: Adam Smith and John Millar’", Cambridge Journal, Vol 7, n°2, August, pp643-670
  • 1957, H.M. Robertson et W.L. Taylor, Adam Smith’s Approach to the Theory of Value, The Economic Journal, Vol. 67. No. 266 (juin) pp. 181-198
  • 1959,
    • R. Koebner, Adam Smith and the industrial revolution, Economic History Review, 11, pp381-391
    • A. L. Macfie, "Adam Smith's Moral Sentiments as foundation for his Wealth of Nations", Oxford Economic Papers New Series, 11, pp209-228
    • Joseph Spengler, Adam Smith's Theory of Economic Growth. Part I, Southern Economic Review, Vol 25, April, pp397-415
    • Joseph Spengler, Adam Smith's Theory of Economic Growth. Part II, Southern Economic Review, Vol 26, July, pp1-12

De 1960 à 1969

  • 1960, N. Rosenberg, "‘Institutional Aspects of the Wealth of Nations’", Journal of Political Economy, 68, pp557-570
  • 1961, James F. Becker, "Adam Smith's Theory of Social Science", Southern Economic Journal, 28 (July), pp13-21
  • 1964, Edwin G. West, Adam Smith’s two views on the division of labor, Economica, 31, pp23-32
  • 1965,
    • Nathan Rosenberg, Adam Smith on the division of labor: two views or one, Economica, Feb, pp127-139
    • H. F. Thomson, "Adam Smith's Philosophy of Science", Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, 79 (2), pp212-233
  • 1967,
    • J. Ralph Lindgren, dir., The Early Writings of Adam Smith, New York, Augustus M. Kelley
    • A. Skinner, "‘Natural History in the Age of Adam Smith’", Political Studies, 15, pp32-48
  • 1968, Jacob Viner, "Smith, Adam’’ In: International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol 14, David L. Sill, Dir., New York: Macmillan
  • 1969,
    • R. L. Meek, "‘Smith, Turgot, and the “Four Stages” Theory’", History of Political Economy, 1, pp9-27
    • Edwin G. West, Adam Smith: The Man and His Works. New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House
      • Nouvelle édition en 1976, Indianapolis, Ind.: Liberty Press/Liberty Classics

De 1970 à 1979

  • 1971,
    • Kenneth E. Boulding, "After Samuelson, who needs Adam Smith?", History of Political Economy, 3, Fall, pp225-237
    • T. D. Campbell, "Adam Smith's science of morals", London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd.
  • 1973,
    • Samuel Hollander, The economics of Adam Smith, London, Heinemann et Toronto, University of Toronto Press
    • R. L. Meek et A. Skinner, "‘The Development of Adam Smith’s Ideas on the Division of Labour’", Economic Journal, 83, December, pp1094-1116
  • 1974,
    • Vernard Foley, The Division of Labour in Plato and Smith, History of Political Economy, 6 (2), pp221-222
    • A. Skinner, "‘Adam Smith. Science and the Role of the Imagination’", In: W. B. Todd, dir., "David Hume and the Enlightenment: Essays Presented to Ernest Campbell Mossner", Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press
  • 1975,
    • David Gay, "Adam Smith and Property Rights", Review of Social Economy, 33(2), pp177–179
    • George Stigler, "‘Smith’s Travels on the Ship of State’", In: A. S. Skinner et T. Wilson, dir., "Essays on Adam Smith", Oxford, Clarendon Press
    • Andrew Skinner et Thomas Wilson, dir., "Essays on Adam Smith", Oxford: Calrnedon Press
  • 1976,
    • Ronald G. Bodkin, "A Retrospective Look at Adam Smith’s Views on University Education", Eastern Economic Journal, Vol 3, n°2, pp64-71
    • Warren Nutter, "Adam Smith and the American Revolution", A.E.I. Reprint, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington/D. C.
    • D. P. O'Brien, "The Longevity of Adam Smith's Vision : Paradigms, Research Programs, and Falsifiability in the History of Economic Thought", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol 23, n°2, June
    • Edmund A. Opitz, "Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand", The Freeman, Juin, Vol 26, n°6
    • Pedro Schwartz, “El pensamiento económico de Adam Smith: dos siglos de vigencia” (« La pensée économique d'Adam Smith: deux siècles de validité »), Moneda y Crédito, nº139, pp3-21
    • Joseph J. Spengler, "Smith versus Hobbes: Economy versus Polity", In: Fred R. Glahe, dir., "Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations: 1776–1976 Bicentennial Essays", Boulder: Colorado Associated University Press, pp35–59
    • George Stigler, "The Successes and Failures of Professor Smith", Journal of Political Economy, December, vol 84, n°6, pp1199–1213
    • R. Tarnas, The Social Economics of Adam Smith, Review of Social Economy, Vol. XXXIV, n°3
  • 1977,
    • Milton Friedman, ‘‘Adam Smith’s Relevance for Today’’, Challenge, Vol 20, n°2, March–April, pp6–12
    • Robert Hetzel, The Relevance of Adam Smith, Richmond, Virginia, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
    • Joseph M. Jadlow, "Adam Smith on Usury laws, Journal of Finance, vol. 32, no. 4 (septembre), pp1195-1200
    • E. C. Mossner et I. S. Ross, dir., Correspondence of Adam Smith, Oxford: Oxford University
  • 1978,
    • William J. Baumol, "Smith versus Marx on business morality and the social interest", In: Fred Glahe, dir., "Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations, 1776-1976 Bicentennial essay", Boulder Col.: Colorado Associated University Press, pp111-122
    • Fred R. Glahe, dir., "Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations: 1776–1976 Bicentennial Essays", Boulder: Colorado Associated University Press
    • R. L. Meek, D. D. Raphael et P. G. Stein, dir., Lectures on Jurisprudence, Oxford University Press, Oxford
    • D. Winch, "Adam Smith's Politics", Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • 1979,
    • Nathan Rosenberg, Adam Smith and Laissez-Faire Revisited, In: Adam Smith and Modern Political Economy: Bicentennial Essays on the Wealth of Nations, Gerald O'Driscoll Jr., Dir., Ames: Iowa State Univ. Press
    • A. S. Skinner, "Adam Smith: An aspect of modern economics?", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol 26, pp109-125
    • Henry W. Spiegel, ‘‘Adam Smith’s Heavenly City’’, In: Adam Smith and Modern Political Economy: Bicentennial Essays on the Wealth of Nations, Gerald O'Driscoll Jr., Dir., Ames: Iowa State Univ. Press

de 1980 à 1989

  • 1980,
    • Dugald Stewart, “Account of the Life and Writings of Adam Smith”, In: W. P. D. Wightman and J. C. Bryce, dir., Adam Smith: Essays on Philosophical Subjects, Oxford: Clarendon
    • W. P. D. Wightman and J. C. Bryce, dir., Adam Smith: Essays on Philosophical Subjects, Oxford: Clarendon
  • 1981,
    • K. Haakonssen, "The Science of a Legislator: The Natural Jurisprudence of David Hume and Adam Smith", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
    • David Laidler, "Adam Smith as a Monetary Economist", Canadian Journal of Economics, 14, May, pp185-200
  • 1982,
    • R. L. Heilbroner, The socialization of the individual in Adam Smith, History of Political Economy, 14, pp427-439
    • A. L. Macfie et D. D. Raphael, Introduction à la nouvelle édition du livre d'Adam (1759), The Theory of Moral Sentiments, Indianapolis, The Liberty Press
    • John Montgomery, Adam Smith's Economics of Freedom, The Freeman, January
  • 1983,
    • I. Hont et M. Ignatieff, "‘Needs and Justice in the Wealth of Nations: An Introductory Essay’", In: I. Hont et M. Ignatieff, dir., "Wealth and Virtue", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
    • D. Winch, "Science and the Legislator: Adam Smith and After", Economic Journal, September, 93 (371), pp501-520
    • Norriss S. Hetherington, "Isaac Newton's Influence on Adam Smith's Natural Laws in Economics", Journal of the History of Ideas, 44 (July-Sept), pp497-505
  • 1985,
    • Gary M. Anderson, William F. Shughart et Robert D. Tollison, “Adam Smith on the Customhouse”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 93, n°4, August
    • D. D. Raphael, "Adam Smith", Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • Edwin G. West, Richard Cantillon and Adam Smith: A Reappraisal, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 3, pp27-50
  • 1986,
    • R. Nieli, "Spheres of intimacy and the Adam Smith problem", Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 47 pp.611-24
    • E. Pesciarelli, "On Adam Smith’s Lectures on Jurisprudence", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 33(1), pp74-85
    • S. Rashid, "Adam Smith and the Division of Labour: A Historical View", Scottish journal of Political Economy, vol.33(3), August, pp292-297
  • 1987,
    • E. Campbell et I. Simpson, dir., "Correspondence of Adam Smith", Liberty Classics, Indianapolis
    • David Levy, "Adam Smith’s Case for Usury Laws", History of Political Economy, 19 (3), pp387–400
    • E. C. Mossner et I. S. Ross, dir., The Correspondence of Adam Smith, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford
    • Andrew S. Skinner, ‘‘Smith, Adam.’’ In: The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, vol. 4, edited by John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, et Peter Newman, London: Macmillan
  • 1988,
    • M. Brown, "Adam Smith’s Economics", London, Croom Helm
    • Denis Collins, "Adam Smith's Social Contract", Business and Professional Ethics Journal, Vol 7, pp119-146
    • William Letwin, "Was Smith a liberal?", In: K. Haahonssen, dir., "Traditions of Liberalism", St Leonards, Sydney, Centre for Independent Studies, pp65-104
  • 1989,
    • Gary M. Anderson, "The Butcher, the Baker, and the Policy-Maker: Adam Smith on Public Choice, with a Reply by Stigler", History of Political Economy, Winter, 21(4), pp641-659
    • E. Cohen, Justice and Political Economy in Commercial Society: Adam Smith’s ‘Science of a Legislator', Journal of Politics, 51, pp50-72
    • Wolfram Eisner, "Adam Smith’s Model of the Origin and Emergence of Institutions: The Modern Findings of the Classical Approach", Journal of Economic Issues, Vol xxiii, n°2, pp189-213
    • M. Perlman, ‘Adam Smith and the paternity of the Real Bills doctrine’, History of Political Economy, Vol 21, n°1, pp77-90
    • Joseph Persky, Retrospectives: Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 3 No. 4 (Autumn) pp. 195-201
    • E. Pesciarelli, Smith, Bentham and the development of contrasting ideas on entrepreneurship, History of Political Economy, 21, pp521-536
    • R. B. Sher, "‘Adam Ferguson, Adam Smith, and the Problem of National Defense’", Journal of Modern History, 61, June, pp240-268
    • J. Q. Wilson, "Adam Smith on Business Ethics", California Management Review, 32(1), pp59-72

De 1990 à 1994

  • 1990,
    • Syed Ahmad, Adam Smith’s Four Invisible Hands, History of Political Economy, Vol. 22 No. 1 (Spring) pp. 137-44
    • Norman Barry, "Adam Smith and the Ethics of Capitalism", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp121-134
    • Alberto Benegas Lynch, “Adam Smith: a doscientos años de su muerte”, Libertas, N° 13, octubre, pp55-73
    • E. Coker, "Adam Smith`s Concept of the Social System", Journal of Business Ethics, 9(2), pp139-142
    • Julio H. Cole, "The Writings of Adam Smith", The Freeman, février, Vol 40, n°2, pp44-46
      • Repris en 2002, In: Andrés Marroquín, dir., "Invisible Hand: The Wealth of Adam Smith", Honolulu: University Press of the Pacific, pp5-11
    • Julio H. Cole, "Adam Smith (1723-1790)", Tópicos de Actualidad, n°697, Mars, pp20-27
    • Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848
    • Nicholas Elliott, "Introduction", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp1-4
    • William B. Irvine, The Other Side of Adam Smith, The Freeman, February, Vol 40, n°2
    • William Letwin, "The wealth of Nations", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp29-48
    • Russell Lewis, "The relevance of Adam Smith Today", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp95-110
    • K. Lux, "Adam Smith’s Mistake", Boston, MA, Shambhala
    • Salim Rashid, "Adam Smith’s Acknowledgements: Neo-Plagiarism and the Wealth of Nations", Journal of Libertarian Studies, 9 (2), pp1–24
    • N. Rosenberg, "Adam Smith and the Stock of Moral Capital", History of Political Economy, 22(1), pp1-17
    • Leo Rosten, "A modest man named Smith", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp5-16
    • Jeremy Shearmur, "Adam Smith and the Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp135-150
    • Richard Vernier, Where are we with the wealth of Nations, Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, Vol 1, n°3, octobre, pp321-336
    • Richard Vernier, "Adam Smith's revolution of 1776", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp71-94
    • Edwin G. West, "Adam Smith and Modern Economics", Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar
    • Edwin G. West, "Adam Smith's Revolution, Past and Present", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp17-28
    • Edwin G. West, "The Theory of Moral Sentiments", In: Nicholas Elliott, dir., "Adam Smith's Legacy. His thought in our time", Londres: Adam Smith Institute, ISBN 1870109848, pp49-70
  • 1991,
    • James Ahiakpor, "Adam Smith and Modern Economics", Canadian Journal of Economics, November, 24 (4), pp994-997
    • Samuel Fleischacker, "Philosophy and Moral Practice: Kant and Adam Smith", Kant-Studien, 82, pp249–269
    • J. S. Pack, "Capitalism as a Moral System. Adam Smith's Critique of the Free Market Economy", E. Elgar
    • Robert E. Prasch, The Ethics of Growth in Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, History of Political Economy, vol. 23, no. 2 (Summer), pp337-351
    • L. R. Iannaccone, The Consequences of Religious Market Regulation: Adam Smith and the Economics of Religion, Rationality and Society, 3(2)
    • S. J. Pack, "Capitalism as a Moral System: Adam Smith’s Critique of the Free Market Economy", Aldershot: Edward Elgar
    • P. H. Werhane, "Adam Smith and his legacy for modern capitalism", New York: Oxford University Press
  • 1992,
    • Thomas K. McCraw, The Trouble with Adam Smith, American Scholar, 61, summer, pp353-373
    • Salim Rashid, "Adam Smith and Neo-Plagiarism: A Reply", Journal of Libertarian Studies, 10 (Fall), pp81–87
    • J. T. Ravix, "Division du travail, échange et production: retour à Smith et Turgot”, Economies et Sociétés, Série Œconomia P.E., 26:3, pp35-50
  • 1993,
    • G. R. Bassiry, M. Jones, "Adam Smith and the Ethics of Capitalism", Journal of Business Ethics, 12(8), pp621-627
    • J. P. Dupuy, A Reconsideration of Das Adam Smith Problem, Stanford French Review, 17, pp45-57
    • S. Justman, The Autonomous Male of Adam Smith, University of Oklahoma, Norman
    • T. R. Michl, Adam Smith and the new economics of effort, In: R. Blackwell, J. Chatha et E. J. Nell, dir., Essays in Political and Historical Economics in Honor of Robert L. Heilbroner, New York, St. Martin’s Press
    • Peter Minowitz, "Profits, Priests, and Princes: Adam Smith’s Emancipation of Economics from Politics and Religion", Stanford: Stanford University Press
    • Jerry. Z. Muller, "Adam Smith in his time and ours: Designing the Decent Society", New York: The Free Press
  • 1994,
    • Vivienne Brown, "Adam Smith’s Discourse: Canonicity, Commerce, and Conscience", London: Routledge
    • Arthur M. Diamond, David M. Levy, "The Metrics of Style: Adam Smith Teaches Efficient Rhetoric", Economic Inquiry, January, Vol 32, n°1, pp138-145
    • Ian Simpson Ross, "The Life of Adam Smith", Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press
    • Emma Rothschild, ‘‘Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand.’’ A.E.R. Papers and Proc. 84 (mai 1994): 319–22

De 1995 à 1999

  • 1995,
    • J. Barkdull, Denis Collins, "Capitalism, Environmentalism, and Mediating Struetures: From Adam Smith to Stakeholder Panels", Environmental Ethics, Vol 17, pp227-244
    • J. D. Bishop, "Adam Smith's invisible hand argument". Journal of Business Ethics, 14, pp165-180
    • Julio H. Cole, "Adam Smith: Economista y Filósofo" ("Adam Smith: économiste et philosophe"), Laissez-Faire, n°2, Mars, pp32-51
      • Repris en 2004, In: Julio H. Cole, dir., "VOL. 7: LA METODOLOGÍA DEL ANÁLISIS ECONÓMICO y otros ensayos", BIBLIOTECA DE LA LIBERTAD FORMATO MENOR, Union Editorial, Ch 3, ISBN 978-84-7209-403-1
    • Anthony M. Endres, "Adam Smith's Advisory Style as Illustrated by his Trade Policy Prescriptions", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 17, n°1, pp86-105
    • A. Fitzgibbons, "Adam Smith's System of Liberty, Wealth, and Virtue", Clarendon Press, Oxford
    • John R. Harrison, Imagination and Aesthetics in Adam Smith’s Epistemology and Moral Philosophy, Contributions to Political Economy, 14, pp91-112
    • Laurence R. Iannaccone, "The Consequences of Religious Market Regulation: Adam Smith and the Economics of Religion", Rationality and Society, Vol 3, pp156–177
    • R. A. Kleer, "‘Final Causes in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments’", Journal of the History of Philosophy, 33 (2), pp275-300
    • S. J. Meardon et A. Ortmann, A game-theoretic re-evaluation of Adam Smith’s ‘Theory of Moral Sentiments’ and ‘Wealth of Nations’, In: I. Rima, dir., The Classical Tradition in Economic Thought: Proceedings of the 20th HES Meetings, Brookfield, Edward Elgar
    • J. Muller, "Adam Smith in his Time and Ours: Designing the Decent Society", Princeton University Press, Princeton
    • S. J. Pack, Theological (and hence Economic) Implications of Adam Smith’s “Principles Which Lead and Direct Philosophical Enquiries”, History of Political Economy, Vol 27, n°2, pp289-307
    • Ian Simpson Ross, The Life of Adam Smith, Oxford: Clarendon Press
    • Murray Rothbard, Economic Thought Before Adam Smith: An Austrian perspective on the history of economic thought, Volume 1, Aldershot, Edward Elgar
    • E. Rothschild, "Adam Smith and the invisible hand", American Economic Review, 84, pp319-322
  • 1996,
    • Tony Aspromourgos, On the Origins of Classical Economics: Distribution and Value from William Petty to Adam Smith, New York: Routledge
    • Andrew Farrant, "Adam Smith on Money,, Banking and Macroeconomic Order", Libertarian Heritage n°16, Londres: Liberty Alliance
    • R. A. Manzer, "The Promise of Peace? Hume and Smith on the Effects of Commerce on War and Peace", Hume Studies, Vol 22, n°2, pp369–382
    • S. J. Meardon et A. Ortmann, Self-command in Adam Smith’s ‘Theory of Moral Sentiments’: a game-theoretic reinterpretation, Rationality and Society, 8, pp57-80
    • Spencer J. Pack, Adam Smith’s Economic Vision and the Invisible Hand, History of Economic Ideas, Vol. 4 Nos. 1&2, pp253-265
    • Valentin Petkantchin, Les Sentiments moraux font la richesse des nations: Moralité des comportements et moralité des procédures dans l'oeuvre d'Adam Smith, Librairie de l’Université d’Aix-en-Provence, ISBN 2903449341
    • Andrew S. Skinner, A System of Social Science: Papers Relating to Adam Smith, Oxford: Clarendon Press
    • Leslie Young, "The Tao of Markets: Sima Qian and Adam Smith", Pacific Economic Review, Vol 1, n°2, pp137–145
  • 1997,
    • V. Brown, "Mere Inventions of the Imagination: A Survey of Recent Adam Smith Literature", Economics and Philosophy, 13(2), pp281-312
    • D. Collings et A. Ortmann, Reading Adam Smith’s discourse: a review essay, In: J. Biddle & W. Samuels, dir., Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Cambridge, JAI Press
    • A. Fitzgibbons, "‘The Moral Foundations of The Wealth of Nations’", International Journal of Social Economics, 24 (1/2/3), pp91-104
    • Morgan Kelly, The Dynamics of Smithian Growth, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 112 (August) pp939-964
    • R. L. Meek, "Smith, Marx and After", London, Chapman and Hall
    • Edwin G. West, "Adam Smith’s Support for Money and Banking Regulation: A Case of Inconsistency", Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Vol 29, February, pp127–134
    • J. T. Young, Economics as a Moral Science. The political Economy of Adam Smith, Cheltenham: Elgar
  • 1998,
    • A. Brewer, "Luxury and Economic Development: David Hume and Adam Smith", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 45 (1), pp78-98
    • M. Calkins et P. Werhane, "Adam Smith, Aristotle, and the virtues of commerce", Journal of Value Inquiry, vol 32, pp34-60
    • Hamid Hosseini, Seeking the roots of Adam Smith's division of labor in medieval Persia, His. Politic. Econ., 30, pp653-681
    • Elias L. Khalil, “Is Justice the Primary Feature of the State? Adam Smith’s Critique of Social Contract Theory”, European Journal of Law and Economics, November, 6:3, pp215-230
    • Sreekala Kochugovindan et Nicolaas J. Vriend, Is the Study of Complex Adaptive Systems Going to Solve the Mystery of Adam Smith’s “Invisible Hand”?, The Independent Review, Vol 3, n°1, Summer
    • S. J. Pack, Murray Rothbard’s Adam Smith, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 1, pp73-79
    • K. Pavitt, “Technologies, Products and Organization in the Innovating Firm: What Adam Smith Tells Us and Joseph Schumpeter Doesn’t”, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol 7, pp433-451
    • S. Rashid, The Myth of Adam Smith, Aldershot, Edward Elgar
    • Vernon L. Smith, "The two faces of Adam Smith", Southern Economic Journal, 65, pp1–19
    • P. Trescott, "Murray Rothbard confronts Adam Smith", Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 1, pp61-72

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2000,
    • Luigino Bruni et Robert Sugden, "Moral Canals: Trust and Social Capital in the Work of Hume, Smith and Genovesi”, Economics and Philosophy, Vol 16, pp21-45
    • P. H. Clarke, "Adam Smith, Stoicism and Religion in the 18th Century", History of the Human Sciences, 13(4), pp49–72
    • F. Forman-Barzilai, Adam Smith as globalization theorist, Critical Review, Vol 14, N°4, pp391-419
    • R. Frantz, "Intuitive elements in Adam Smith", Journal of Socio-Economics, 29, pp1–19
    • Edward J. Harpham, "The Problem of Liberty in the thought of Adam Smith", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 22, n°2, pp217-237
    • Harvey S. James Jr. et Farhad Rassekh, "Smith, Friedman, and self-interest in ethical society", Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol 10, n°3, July, pp659-674
    • Elias L. Khalil, Making Sense of Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand: Beyond Pareto Optimality and Unintended Consequences, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 22, n°1, pp49-63
    • Elias L. Khalil, “Beyond Natural Selection and Divine Intervention: The Lamarckian Implication of Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 10:4, pp373-393
    • R. A. Kleer, "‘The Role of Teleology in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations’", History of Economics Review, 31, pp14-29
    • James Otteson, "The Recurring ‘Adam Smith Problem’", History of Philosophy Quarterly, Vol 17, n°1, January, pp51–74
    • P. Werhane, "Business Ethics and the Origins of Contemporary Capitalism: Economics and Ethics in the Work of Adam Smith and Herbert Spencer", Journal of Business Ethics, 24(3), pp185-198
  • 2002,
    • Y. Stephen Chiu, Ryh‐Song Yeh, "Adam Smith versus Sima Qian: Comment on the Tao of markets", Pacific Economic Review, Vol 4, n°1, pp79-84
    • P. Clarke, "‘Unity in the Influences on Adam Smith’", History of Economics Review, 36, pp10-25
    • Gilles Dostaler, "Adam Smith, moins libéral qu'il n'y paraît", Alternatives économiques, n°207, octobre, pp76-78
    • Robert L. Formaini, Adam Smith; capitalism's prophet, Economic Insights, Vol 7, n°1, pp1-4
    • Elias L. Khalil, “Is Adam Smith Liberal?”, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, December, 158:4, pp664-694
    • Andrés Marroquín, dir., "Invisible Hand: The Wealth of Adam Smith", Honolulu: University Press of the Pacific
    • Ken McCormic, "Sima Qian and Adam Smith", Pacific Economic Review, Vol 4, n°1, pp85-87
    • James Otteson, "Adam Smith’s Marketplace of Life", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
    • James Otteson, "Adam Smith’s First Market: The Development of Language", History of Philosophy Quarterly, Vol 19, n°1, January, pp65–86
    • James Otteson, "Adam Smith’s Marketplace of Morals", Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Vol 84, n°2, September, pp190–211
    • E. Rothschild, "Economic Sentiments: Adam Smith, Condorcet, and the Enlightenment", Harvard University Press, Cambridge
    • A.M.C. Waterman, Economics as Theology: Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 68 No. 4 (avril) pp. 907-921
    • Michael V. White, "Doctoring Adam Smith: The Fable of the Diamonds and Water Paradox", History of Political Economy, 34(4), pp659-683
    • J. B. Wight, "The Rise of Adam Smith: Articles and Citations, 1970-1997", History of Political Economy, 34(1), pp55-82
  • 2003,
    • J. E. Alvey, "Adam Smith: Optimist or Pessimist?", Aldershot, Ashgate
    • J. E. Alvey, "Adam Smith's teleological, or proto-Hegelian, view of history", Language, Information, Text, Vol. 10 pp.23-40
    • Henry C. Clark, "Commerce, Culture, and Liberty: Readings on Capitalism before Adam Smith", Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund
    • A. Fitzgibbons, Adam Smith's theory of human nature, In: J. Laurent, dir., Evolutionary Economics and Human Nature, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
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    • Charles L. Griswold, Jr., "Adam Smith on distributive justice, wealth, and poverty", In: Richard M. Ebeling, dir., "Economic Theories and Controversies", Hillsdale: Hillsdale College Press, Champions of freedom Vol 31, ISBN 0916308529, pp73-100
    • Lisa Hill, "Further Reflections on the ‘Hidden Theology’ of Adam Smith", The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11(4), pp629–635
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    • Andy Denis, The Invisible Hand of God in Adam Smith, In: Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology Vol. 23-A, pp1-32
    • J. Evensky, "Adam Smith’s Moral Philosophy", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
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    • A. Ganem, "Regras e ordem do mercado nas visões de Adam Smith e F.A. Hayek" ("Les règles et l'ordre du marché selon les vues d'Adam Smith et de Friedrich Hayek"), In: Anais do XXXIII Encontro Nacional de Economia - ANPEC, Natal/RN (CD-ROM), Belo Horizonte: ANPEC, pp1-15
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    • Elias L. Khalil, “An Anatomy of Authority: Adam Smith as Political Theorist”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, January, 29:1, pp57-71
    • Neil De Marchi et Jonathan A. Greene, Adam Smith and Private Provision of the Arts, History of Political Economy 37(3): 431-454
    • Jean-Louis Peaucelle, "Raisonner sur les épingles, l’exemple de Adam Smith sur la division du travail", Revue d’Économie Politique, n°4, pp499-519
  • 2006,
    • R. Black, "‘What did Adam Smith say about Self-love?’", Journal of Markets and Morality, 9 (1), pp7-34
    • Lauren Brubaker, "Why Adam Smith Is Neither a Conservative nor a Libertarian", Adam Smith Review, 2, pp197-202
    • F. Comim, "‘Adam Smith: common sense and aesthetics in the age of experiments’", In: A. Dow et S. Dow, dir., A History of Scottish Economic Thought, London, Routledge
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    • D. Long, Adam Smith’s Politics, In: K. Haarkonssen, dir., The Cambridge Companion to Adam Smith, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
    • L. Montes, "‘Adam Smith: real Newtonian’", In: A. Dow et S. Dow, dir., A History of Scottish Economic Thought, London, Routledge
    • Paloma de la Nuez, "Adam Smith y Turgot: dos ejemplos de la Ilustración" ("Adam Smith et Turgot : deux exemples des Lumières"), Mediterráneo Económico, Vol 9, mai, pp19-32
    • Jean-Louis Peaucelle, “Adam Smith’s use of multiple references for his pin making example”, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 13:4, pp489-512
    • Steven Pressman, ADAM SMITH (1723–90), In: Steven Pressman, dir., Fifty Major Economists, Routledge, pp32-41
    • Dennis C. Rasmussen, ”Does ’Bettering Our Condition’ Really Make Us Better Off: Adam Smith on Progress and Happiness”, American Political Science Association, vol 100, n°3 (aug.), pp309—318
    • E. Rothschild et Amartya Sen, "‘Adam Smith’s Economics’", In: K. Haakonssen, dir., "The Cambridge Companion to Adam Smith", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
    • Sumitra Shah, "Sexual Division of Labor in Adam Smith's Work", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 28, n°2, pp221-241
    • Craig Smith, "Adam Smith’s Political Philosophy: The Invisible Hand and Spontaneous Order", London: Routledge
    • D. Wilson et William Dixon, Das Adam Smith Problem: A Critical Realist Perspective, Journal of Critical Realism, 5, pp251-272
  • 2007,
    • James E. Alvey, "Ethical Foundations of Adam Smith’s Political Economy", In: Peter Earl et Bruce Littleboy, dir., "Regarding the Past: Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia", The School of Economics, University of Queensland, St Lucia, pp25-43
    • Carlos Rodríguez Braun, Adam Smith, La Escuela Austríaca en el Siglo XXI Revista Digital No. 4, pp24-27
    • Craig Freedman, "Was George Stigler Adam Smith's Best Friend? Studying the History of Economic Thought", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 29, n°2, pp213-228
    • Gerd Habermann, "Der Weg zum Wohlstand. Ein Adam-Smith-Brevier" ("La voie de la prospérité. Adam Smith : un bréviaire"), Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ Libro, ISBN 3038235725
      • 2ème édition en 2009
    • Lisa Hill, "Adam Smith, Adam Ferguson and Karl Marx on the Division of Labour", Journal of Classical Sociology, Vol. 7, n°3, pp339-366
    • Alexandra Hyard, « Adam Smith and French Ideas on Education », The Adam Smith Review, vol 3, pp75-95
    • D. D. Raphael, The Impartial Spectator: Adam Smith’s Moral Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • John Reeder, "Adam Smith", In: Luis Perdices Blas et Alfonso Sánchez Hormigo, dir., "500 años de economía a través de los libros españoles y portugueses = 500 years of economic writing in Spanish and Portuguese", Madrid, Universidad Complutense, ISBN 978-84-95215-94-0, p67
    • Jeremy Shearmur, "Smith and the Materialist. Theory of History", In: Peter Earl et Bruce Littleboy, dir., "Regarding the Past: Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia", The School of Economics, University of Queensland, St Lucia, pp44-61
  • 2008,
    • James Ahiakpor, "On Aspromourgos's Mistaken Reading of Adam Smith's Price Theory", History of Economic Ideas, Vol 16, n°3, pp119-124
    • Jeremy Bentham, "Gulphs in Mankind’s Career of Prosperity: A Critique of Adam Smith on Interest Rate Restrictions", Econ Journal Watch, 5(1), pp66-77
    • James M. Buchanan, "Let us understand Adam Smith", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 30, n°1, pp21-28
    • Laurent Dobuzinskis, "“The Adam Smith Problem” Revisited: Comparing Hayek’s and Fouillée’s Answers", Studies in Emergent Order, Vol 1, pp92-118
    • Leonardo F. Gargiulo, ADAM SMITH: ¿HISTORIA O ACTUALIDAD?, RIIM Revista de Instituciones, Ideas y Mercados, nº48, mai, Vol 25, numéro spécial en hommage à Alberto Benegas Lynch, pp113-148
    • James Otteson, "Shaftesbury’s Evolutionary Morality and Its Influence on Adam Smith", Adam Smith Review, Vol 4, pp106–131
    • Maria Pia Paganelli, "The Adam Smith Problem in Reverse: Self-Interest in The Wealth of Nations and The Theory of Moral Sentiments", History of Political Economy, Vol 40, n°2, pp365–382
    • Isaac Enríquez Pérez, "El modelo económico de Adam Smith y el papel que le asigna a las instituciones y al estado en la economía" ("Le modèle économique d'Adam Smith et le rôle assigné aux institutions et de l'Etat dans l'économie"), Laissez-Faire, n°28-29, mars-septembre, pp18-28
    • Dennis C. Rasmussen, The Problems and Promise of Commercial Society: Adam Smith’s response to Rousseau. Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press
    • Amos Witztum, "Smith's theory of actions and the moral significance of unintended", The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 15:3 pp401–432
    • Jeffrey T. Young, "The Humean Foundations of Adam Smith's Theory of Property", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 30, n°1, pp49-64
  • 2009,
    • George Bragues, "Adam Smith’s Vision of the Ethical Manager", The Journal of Business Ethics, December, Vol 90, (sup. 4), pp447-460
    • E. Van de Haar, "Classical Liberalism and International Relations Theory: Hume, Smith, Mises, and Hayek", New York: Palgrave Macmillan
    • Raquel Lázaro, "El capitalismo de Adam Smith: Raíces antropológicas de su pensamiento económico y político", Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia, Vol 65, n°1/4, pp425–443

Depuis 2010

  • 2010,
    • Michael E. Bradley, "Adam Smith's System of Natural Liberty: Competititon, Contestability, and Market Process", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 32, n°2, pp237-262
    • George R. Crowley et Russell S. Sobel, "Adam Smith: managerial insights from the father of economics", Journal of Management History, Vol 16, n°4
    • Elias L. Khalil, "Adam Smith's Concept of Self-Command as a Solution to Dynamic Inconsistency and the Commitment Problem", Economic Inquiry, January, 48:1, pp177-191
    • Rainer Klump, Manuel Wörsdörfer, "An Ordoliberal Interpretation of Adam Smith", ORDO, Vol 61, pp29–51
    • James Otteson, "Adam Smith and the Great Mind Fallacy", Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol 27, n°1, Winter, pp276–304
    • Manfred Petri et Michael Zoeller, dir., "The Market Society and Morality: 250 Years of Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments", Council on Public Policy, Bayreuth, Germany
    • Nicholas Phillipson, "Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life", Yale University Press
    • Suri Ratnapala, 'The Chimera of the Adam Smith Problem', In: Michael Zoeller et Manfred Petri, dir., "The Market Society and Morality: 250 Years of Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments", Council on Public Policy, Bayreuth, Germany, pp39-55
  • 2013,
    • Sarah Skwire, "Invisible Shakespeare: Shakespeare in Adam Smith", Laissez-Faire, n°38-39, mars-septembre, pp17-24
    • Heath Spong, "When Self-Interest Trumps Prejudice: Adam Smith’s Market as a Moral Exemplar", In: Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris, dir., "Moral Saints and Moral Exemplars" (Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations), Vol 10, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp5-25
    • Thomas Wells, "Adam Smith on Morality and Self-Interest", In: Christoph Luetge, dir., "Handbook of the Philosophical Foundations of Business Ethics", Vol 3: Morality and Self-Interest: From Hume and Smith to Contemporary Perspectives, Springer, pp281-296
  • 2016, Andrew Farrant, Maria Pia Paganelli, "Romance or No Romance? Adam Smith and David Hume in James Buchanan’s “Politics without Romance", In: Luca Fiorito, Scott Scheall, Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, dir., "Including a Symposium on Austrian Economics in the Postwar Era" (Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology), Vol 34A, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp357-372

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