Nassau Senior and Classical Economics, כרך 3

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Psychology Press, 2003 - 358 עמודים
"one of the best contributions to the history of economic thought during recent years" P. M. Rosenstein-Rodan
Nassau Senior is one of the most significant economists in the classical tradition. This study is based both on his unpublished and published lectures and writings. Part 1 illustrates Senior's outstanding contribution in synthesizing the various developments of Adam Smith's theories that took place during the first part of the nineteenth century.
Part 2 examines Senior's opinions and influence on social and economic policy, in particular his connection with the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834.
 

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18
SCOPE AND METHOD
49
THE THEORY OF VALUE
66
POPULATION AND RENT
121
CAPITAL AND INTEREST
147
THE THEORY OF WAGES
173
MONEY AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE
201
THE SCOPE OF GOVERNMENT AND SOCIAL POLICY
237
THE POOR LAW PROBLEM
282
APPENDIX I
335
APPENDIX III
352
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