A Plan of the English Commerce
A Plan of the English Commerce: Being a Compleat Prospect of the Trade of This Nation, As Well the Home Trade As the Foreign is perhaps chief among Daniel Defoe's tracts dealing with economic issues. In it he argues that the employment of labour on the working up of domestic produce, particularly wool, would be the true path to prosperity.
- distribution of monopoly rights
- workers rights
- government-sponsored industrial espionage.
- Tribe, Keith (1990) Defoe, Daniel in the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics
- Chang, Ha-Joon (2007) The Bad Samaritans: Rich Nations, Poor Policies and the Threat to the Developing World, Random House