Economics is a technology in Civilization games.

Civilization II

Main article: Economics (Civ2)

Civilization III

Main article: Economics (Civ3)

Civilization IV

Main article: Economics (Civ4)

Civilization V

Main article: Economics (Civ5)

Civilization VI

Main article: Economics (Civ6)

Other games

Economics is not present in (or the article has not been created for) the following games :

Game Article
Civilization: Beyond Earth Economics (CivBE)
Civilization Revolution Economics (CivRev)
Civilization Revolution 2 Economics (CivRev2)
Freeciv Economics (Freeciv)
Civilization: Call to Power Economics (CTP1)
Call to Power II Economics (CTP2)
C-evo Economics (C-evo)
FreeCol Economics (FreeCol)
Civilization IV: Colonization Economics (Civ4Col)
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri‎ Economics (SMAC)

Not in the following games

It has been confirmed that Economics is not present in the following games :


Future Technology (CivRev)
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The ideas of supply and demand, and philosophies concerning trade and the production and consumption of goods and services, are concepts that have existed since the dawn of mankind. As societies became more complex, however, people began to study these abstract concepts in a more formal way. The first recorded study of economics as a science, rather than a philosophical or political concept, was the book "The Wealth of Nations" by Scottish economist Adam Smith. This book represents the first attempt to fully analyze sources of income and the distribution of wealth. Smith's analysis of economics served as a guide by which many of the governmental economic policies of the present day were formed.