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" ... earth which will be allotted to each of these classes, under the names of rent, profit, and wages... "
New Monthly Magazine - Página 328
editado por - 1821
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The Evolution of Economic Ideas

Phyllis Deane, Deane Phyllis, Professor of Economic History Phyllis Deane - 1978 - 236 páginas
...current orthodoxy. To determine the laws which regulate this distribution [of the national product], is the principal problem in Political Economy: much...as the science has been improved by the writings of Turgot, Stuart, Smith, Say, Sismondi and others, they afford very little satisfactory information respecting...
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The Economic Theory of Agricultural Land Tenure

J. M. Currie, John Martin Currie - 1981 - 194 páginas
...accumulation of capital and population and on the skill, ingenuity and instruments employed in agriculture. To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem in Political Economy (p. 5). Thus, in contrast to the Physiocratic system, the Classical system involved a sharp distinction...
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Marxism, an Historical and Critical Study

George Lichtheim - 1982 - 412 páginas
...classes, under the names of rent, profit, wages, will be ... different...' he goes on to declare that 'to determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy'. 1 The theory of value was a means to this end. There were moments when he wavered on the question of...
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Psychology and Its Allied Disciplines: Psychology and the Social Sciences

Marc H. Bornstein - 1984 - 304 páginas
...generation after Smith, David Ricardo shifted attention away from growth toward how output is distributed. "To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem in Political Economy," he wrote (Ricardo, 1817/1971, p. 49). John Maynard Keynes's father, John Neville Keynes, defined political...
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The Nature of Social Laws: Machiavelli to Mill

Robert Brown - 1986 - 284 páginas
...labourers - to whom go, respectively, rent, profit, and wages; the page ends with the famous sentence, 'To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy.' From this claim, and from passages elsewhere in Ricardo's writings, a number of critics have concluded...
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The Social Dimension: Volume 2: European Developments in Social Psychology

Henri Tajfel, Colin Fraser, Joseph Maria Franciscus Jaspars - 1984 - 715 páginas
...moreover, beyond the reach of Adam Smith's theory, and have to be uncovered anew. Ricardo exhorted, 'To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem of Political Economy...' (Ricardo 1817/1951: 5). The difference between the kind of laws regulating...
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Value and Distribution in Capitalist Economies: An Introduction to Sraffian ...

Lynn Mainwaring - 1984 - 201 páginas
...capitalist economies its resolution depends on how the net product is distributed among its classes. 'To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem of Political Economy'.2 2 A 'corn-ratio' theory of distribution In this section we shall develop a...
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A Search for Synthesis in Economic Theory

Ching-Yao Hsieh, Jingyao Xie, Stephen L. Mangum, S.L. Magnum, Professor Stephen L Mangum, Stephen L.. Mangum - 1986 - 268 páginas
...each of these classes, under the names of rent, profit, and wages will be essentially different. . . .To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem of Political Economy: much as the science has been improved by the writings of Turgot, Stuart, Smith,...
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Socialism, Radicalism, and Nostalgia: Social Criticism in Britain, 1775-1830

William Stafford, Stafford William - 1987 - 304 páginas
...of these classes, under the names of rent, profit, and wages, will be essentially different. . . . To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem in Political Economy. (49) Ricardo's theory of distribution, contrasting with Smith's, is clear, elegant, and consistent....
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Theorists of Economic Growth from David Hume to the Present: With a ...

W. W. Rostow - 1992
...accumulation of capital and population, and on the skill, ingenuity, and instruments employed in agriculture. To determine the laws which regulate this distribution,...as the science has been improved by the writings of Turgot, Stuart, Smith, Say, Sismondi, and others, they afford very little satisfactory information...
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