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Further Reading List
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Guang-Zhen S. (2002) Uncertainty, knowledge, transaction costs and the division of labor, Department of Economics discussion papers / Monash University, 20, Working paper.
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Llorente R. (2006) Analytical Marxism and the Division of Labor, Science & Society Vol. 70, No. 2, Rethinking Marx and History, April, pp. 232-251.
Skaggs N.T. (1999) Adam Smith on Growth and Credit: Too Weak a Connection? Journal of Economic Studies, 26(6), pp. 481-96.
West E.G. (1964) Adam Smith’s Two Views on the Division of Labour, Economica New Series, Vol. 31, No. 121, Feb., pp. 23-32.