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The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817)

by David Ricardo

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  CharteredBanker | Aug 8, 2014 |
In a way Ricardo's economic theory is akin to Aristotle's physical theory, it feels a bit difficult to get a grip of it since it's presented without any mathematical or graphic aids. Nevertheless it's easy to see why this was a groundbreaking work, Ricardo's economic acumen and the explicitness of his arguments are nothing short of brilliant.
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This landmark treatise of 1817 formulated the guiding principles behind the market economy. Author Ricardo, with Adam Smith, founded the classical system of political economy, a school of thought that dominated economic policies throughout the 19th century and figured prominently in the theories of John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx.… (more)

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