Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations by Karen McCreadie
A modern-day interpretation of an economic classic (Infinite Success Series)

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"Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations" was the first comprehensive treatment of political economy. Published in 1776, "The Wealth of Nations" was originally released for a very specific audience; the British Parliament, setting clearly defined arguments for peace and co-operation with their troublesome colonials across the Atlantic. Today it is considered one of the most famous books ever written. Here, Smith's text is interpreted for the modern day world of finance, business and economics. Karen McCreadie's interpretation is not a substitute for the original; its purpose is simply to illustrate the timeless nature of Smith's insights by bringing them to life through 21st century examples. Given the state of our economy this brilliant interpretation couldn't be more timely.

About Karen McCreadie

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Karen McCreadie is a freelance writer who specialises in ghost-writing books. She formerly worked in marketing and the personal development industry, and recently returned to the UK after 10 years in Australia. Karen has written books for multi-millionaire businessmen, CEOs and international speakers on topics ranging from sales, coaching and wealth creation to the mind/body connection and psychological profiling. Her Infinite Success adaptations of The Art of War by Sun Tzu and Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich are the first books Karen has worked on where her name appears on the cover rather than tucked away in some dimly lit corner.
Published June 12, 2009 by Infinite Ideas. 128 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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