The paper argues that economic value should not be restricted to commodity, factor and asset prices; economic value should include intrinsic concepts of well-being and welfare. Forms of value and wealth during the period of early civilisation are exhibited. A juxtaposition of ideas and concepts of well-being during this early time period facilitates a more critical approach to economic development today.
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