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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
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Marxian Economics: The New Palgrave

John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, Peter Newman - 1990 - 383 páginas
...allotted to each of these, under the name of rent, profit and wages, will be essentially different .... To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem in political economy. Subsequently Ravenstone (1821) and Hodgskin (1825) argued from Ricardo's work that there existed an...
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The Growth of Economic Thought

Henry William Spiegel - 1991 - 868 páginas
...whole earth which will be allotted to each of these classes. . .will be essentially different. . . . To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy." The writings of Turgot, Steuart, Smith, Say, and Sismondi, however valuable they are in other respects,...
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David Ricardo: Critical Assessments, Volumen3

John Cunningham Wood - 1991 - 688 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 in Political Economy." Smith 1 937, p. 69: "It is not the actual greatness of national wealth, but its continual increase,...
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Income Distribution in Historical Perspective

Yehojachin Simon Brenner - 1991 - 261 páginas
...committing their editorial abilities to this enterprise. 1. Introduction Hartmut Kaelble and Mark Thomas To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy. David Ricardo, 1819. Why should economic historians be interested in income distribution? There are...
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David Ricardo: Critical Assessments, Volumen2

John Cunningham Wood - 1991 - 224 páginas
...national income among the landlords, the capitalists and the laborers. He says in his preface that "to determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem of Political Economy." What was uppermost in his mind was undoubtedly the effect of the Corn Laws on...
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Time, Labor, and Social Domination: A Reinterpretation of Marx's Critical Theory

Louis Galambos, Moishe Postone, Postone Moishe, Jane Eliot Sewell - 1995 - 273 páginas
...allotted to each of these classes under the names of rent, profit, wages, will be ... different. . . . [T]o determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy.52 Ricardo's point of departure, with its one-sided emphasis on distribution and its implicit...
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A Veblen Treasury: From Leisure Class to War, Peace, and Capitalism

Thorstein Veblen, Rick Tilman - 1993 - 402 páginas
...application of labour, machinery, and capital — is divided among three classes of the community. ... To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem of political economy." Political Economy, Preface. 27. In the introductory essay to his edition of...
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Teachings from the Worldly Philosophy

Robert L. Heilbroner - 1996 - 353 páginas
...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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History of International Relations Theory

Torbjorn L. Knutsen - 1997 - 354 páginas
...community,' wrote David Ricardo - viz., the proprietor of land, the owner of the capital and the 148 workers. 'To determine the laws which regulate this distribution is the principal problem in Political Economy' (Ricardo 1984, p. 3). Students of International Relations, notably diplomats and officers at first,...
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Reconstructing Political Economy: The Great Divide in Economic Thought

William K. Tabb, Professor of Sociology and Economics William K Tabb, William K. (Queens College Tabb, City University of New York USA) - 1999 - 287 páginas
...rent, profit, and wages, is regulated by laws, and, wrote Ricardo in the Preface to his great text, 'To determine the laws which regulate this distribution, is the principal problem in Political Economy' (ibid.). Although the science had been much improved by the likes of Turgot, Smith, Say, and others,...
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