An economist in troubled times : writings /

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Author / Creator: Say, Jean Baptiste, 1767-1832.
Other Authors / Creators:Palmer, R. R. 1909-2002.
Format: Book
Language:English
French
Imprint: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [1997]
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Ch 1. The Mild Revolutionary
  • Freedom of Speech
  • Journalism
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Bureaucracy
  • The Theater
  • The Constitution of 1795
  • Promoting the Arts and Trades
  • Ch 2. The Sober Utopian
  • A Moral Society
  • Plain Living and Comfort
  • The Need for Political Economy
  • Monuments and Aphorisms
  • Ch 3. The Frustrated Economist
  • The French in Egypt
  • Offending Napoleon
  • Political Economy as a Science
  • Everybody's Business
  • Elementary Schools for All
  • Extravagance and Deprivation
  • The Profits and Evils of Slavery
  • Ch 4. The Innovative Economist
  • Utility and Value
  • Goods and Services
  • The Entrepreneur
  • Say's Law
  • Population
  • Say in Business for Himself
  • Emigration? Thomas Jefferson
  • Ch 5. The Commentator on England
  • British Wealth and Credit
  • Taxes, Debt, Deficit, and Poverty
  • Machinery and Steam Engines
  • Paper Money: The Bank of England
  • India and the East India Company
  • Ireland and Its Future
  • Assisted Emigration
  • The University of London
  • Ch 6. The Professor of Political Economy
  • Economics for Entrepreneurs
  • Critique of Contemporaries
  • The Canal Age
  • Liberia
  • The Uses of Statistics
  • Economics and the Fate of Nations
  • The Chair at the College of France
  • References
  • Index