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William Stanley Jevons was a self-proclaimed revolutionary, whose struggle under what he called the 'Noxious authority' of John Stuart Mill in economic circles is well-known. He was highly critical of the labour theory of value and the wages fund theory attributed to David Ricardo, and offered his own theory of exchange value which he contrasted to the 'mazy and preposterous' notions of English Classical economists.
Table of Contents
Part 1. On the Value of Gold
Part 2. The Coal Question
Part 3. The Labouring Classes
Part 4. The Condition of the Coinage
Part 5. The Theory of Political Economy
Part 6. Economic Fluctuations
Part 7. Logic
Part 8. On Economic and Statistical Methods
Part 9. Miscellaneous Reviews
Part 10. Obituaries