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The Ricardian Socialists

The Ricardian Socialists

1st Edition

Edited By T.A. Kenyon
July 10, 1997

The Ricardian Socialists occupy a key position in the development of British economics in the nineteenth century, and in the wider development of socialist thought.Addressing all of the burning economic issues of the day, their work can be divided into two schools: 'anti-capitalist economists' ...

The Methodology of Economics Nineteenth-Century British Contributions

The Methodology of Economics: Nineteenth-Century British Contributions

1st Edition

By
April 17, 1997

Containing key texts from such significant figures as * J.S. Mill* Nassau Senior* Henry Sedgwick* Alfred Marshall* J.E. Cairns* J.M. Keynesthis set illustrates the gradual transformation of economics from the fully contextualized political economy of the early classical economists to the abstract, ...

Malthus and the Population Controversy 1803-1830

Malthus and the Population Controversy 1803-1830

1st Edition

By Piercy Ravenstone
February 24, 1994

No book in the history of British economic thought has caused a more heated and lasting controversy than Thomas Malthus' An Essay on the Principle of Population. So provocative was it deemed upon publication in 1798, that Malthus dramatically altered its tone for the second edition of 1803. The ...

British Economic Thought in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

British Economic Thought in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

1st Edition

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May 07, 1992

The second collection in the series "History of British Economic Thought" brings together six classic works in political economy by leading British writers of the 17th and 18th centuries.William Petty and John Cary were the leading influence of their time and a vital inclusion in such a collection....

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