A History of Travel with Economic Systems
The term ‘economy’ was coined, created, manifested and also finally complicated by human beings. The evolution path of travel with economic systems explores the difficulties, institutional transformations and uniqueness of the different systems of the world economic history. This paper analysis the backdrops of different economic systems and the way in which the path has been laid to transform by losing its originality to the new paradigms of people welfare centric system. Finally, this paper projects the mechanisms of various economic systems into the shifts of new paradigms of unsolvable question of what is it all for?
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