In fact the book title as presented creates some confusion ibn Qayyim al-Jawziya listed about 350 works of his teacher ibn Taymiyyah many of them -as usual in the Arabic literature- are known by parts of a title or what we can call a name they are known by. For example the book commonly reffered to by Sahih al-Bukhari in fact is entitled: al-Jami' ul-musnadu as-sahihu al-mukhtassar min omori rassuli Allahi salla Allahu 'alayhi wa salam wa sunatihi wa ayyamih الجامع المسند الصحيح المختصر من أُمور رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلّم وسننه وأيامه so many books have a title they are known or usually referred to with while the correct title is somewhat different.
To be honest all sites I've consulted so far (English/German) that quote a list of books of ibn Taymiyyah present in this list a book entitled "Naqd at-Ta'sis" (in Latin letters) which can't be found in Arabic sources -at least I couldn't find it-. So it seems that somebody posted a book title and others followed him blindly. Note that if such a book exists the title may mean Discussion/Criticism (or the Annulment/Refutation) of Foundation/Incorporation.
In Arabic language you may find usually find in such a list, book titles containing "Naqd" (I could make out 7, note that in Arabic there's a clear difference between نقض and نقد which both maybe transliterated "Naqd") or "Ta'sis" (without a preposition).
So among the books ibn Taymiyyah wrote there's a book which has "two known
بيان تلبيس الجهمية في تأسيس بدعهم الكلامية أو نقض تأسيس الجهمية (See for example here)
Bayan talbees al-Jahmiyyah fi ta'sis bida'ihim al-Kalamiyah aw Naqd Ta'sis al-Jahmiyyah
Translation of my own
Demonstration of the donning of the Jahimi (sect) in the foundation of their Kalami innovation or Annulment of the foundation of the Jahmi (sect)
Again this book as the one @III-AK-III is referring to is far away of being related to economy matters. In fact it is rather a refutation of the theological fundamentals of a sect or the followers of Jahm ibn Safwan. It also seems to be a response of ar-Razi's Ta'sis at-Taqdis تأسيس التقديس or Asas at-Taqdis أساس التقديس.
I found some articles instead claiming that ibn Taymiyyah's economical views and opinions can be found scattered in his books and fatwas.