Copyright acknowledgements

Cover: Aerial view of a city, Magnifier / Unit 1: Extreme wealth inequality in Mexico City, Santa Fe District: Johnny Miller / africanDRONE. Adam Smith: Etching created by Cadell and Davies (1811), John Horsburgh (1828) or R.C. Bell (1872). Joseph Schumpeter: Volkswirtschaftliches Institut, Universität Freiburg, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany,, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Unit 2: Chinese men playing chess, zhuda/ Elinor Ostrom: Holger Motzkau 2010, Wikipedia/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). John Nash: Peter Badge/Typos1,, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Unit 3: Scales of justice, r.classen/ Vilfredo Pareto: Paul Fearn/Alamy Stock Photo. Unit 4: Clock mechanism, MarkoV87 / Unit 5: View of Macau old town, Prin Adulyatham/ Unit 6: Aerial view of office, / Herbert Simon: AP/Shutterstock. Karl Marx: John Jabez Edwin Mayall, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Netherlands. John Stuart Mill: Unknown author, Popular Science Monthly Volume 3. Unit 7: Warehouse shelving, SasinTipchai / Augustin Cournot: Unknown author, Wikipedia/Wikimedia Commons. Joan Robinson: Punt / Anefo / Nationaal Archief. Alfred Marshall: Unknown author, The Economic Journal Vol. 34, No. 135 (Sep., 1924), pp. 311-372. Unit 8: Workers in a factory, Frame China / Unit 9: Man in front of Moneyshop, Thinglass / Unit 10: Abandoned housing development, Keshcarrigan, Ireland, Aidan Crawley / Bloomberg News. Unit 11: Factories emitting smoke, Balu / Friedrich Hayek: LSE Library. Ronald Coase: Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School. Arthur Pigou: Mary Evans Picture Library. Unit 12: Children lying on the floor of the Michigan Legislature, Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

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