Arthashastra : the science of wealth

By: Trautmann, Thomas R
Contributor(s): Das, Gurcharan [Editor]
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Stories Of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales Of TradePublisher: Gurgaon Penguin Random House India Pvt. Ltd. 2012Description: xxvi, 180 p. 10 books setISBN: 9780143426189; 9780143440239Subject(s): Arthaśāstra (Kauṭalya) | Economics | KauṭalyaDDC classification: 330.0954 Summary: This book is a definitive introduction to the classic text, the Arthashastra, the world’s first manual on political economy. The 2000-year-old treatise is ascribed to Kautilya, the prime minister of King Chandragupta Maurya, and is as important to Indian thought as Machiavelli’s The Prince is to Europe. Arthashastra, or ‘the science of wealth’, is a study of economic enterprise, and advises the king-entrepreneur on how to create prosperity. Thomas Trautmann’s exploration of this seminal work illuminates its underlying economic philosophy and provides invaluable lessons for the modern age. https://penguin.co.in/book/business/arthashastra-pb/
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This book is a definitive introduction to the classic text, the Arthashastra, the world’s first manual on political economy. The 2000-year-old treatise is ascribed to Kautilya, the prime minister of King Chandragupta Maurya, and is as important to Indian thought as Machiavelli’s The Prince is to Europe. Arthashastra, or ‘the science of wealth’, is a study of economic enterprise, and advises the king-entrepreneur on how to create prosperity. Thomas Trautmann’s exploration of this seminal work illuminates its underlying economic philosophy and provides invaluable lessons for the modern age.

https://penguin.co.in/book/business/arthashastra-pb/

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