Published June 2000
by Routledge .
Written in English
|Contributions||John Cunningham Wood (Editor), Steven Kates (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
Online Library of Liberty. Jean Baptiste Say, A Treatise on Political Economy; or the Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth, ed. Clement C. Biddle, trans. C. R. Prinsep from the 4th ed. of the French, BOOK I, CHAPTER III: OF THE NATURE OF CAPITAL, AND THE MODE IN WHICH IT CONCURS IN THE BUSINESS OF PRODUCTION. Jean-Baptiste Say was a French economist and businessman. He had classically liberal views and argued in favor of competition, free trade, and lifting restraints on business. He is best known for Say's Law, also known as the law of markets, which he popularized/5. Buy a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Kindle Singles Newsstand Manage content and devices Advanced Search Jean Baptiste Say + Follow. There were five editions of this enormously popular book published during Say s life, the last being in See Jean-Baptiste Say, A Treatise on Political Economy: or the Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth, C.R. Prinsep and Clement C. Biddle, trans. (New York: Augustus M. Kelley,  ), p.
Jean-Baptiste Say: A French classical, liberal economist and scholar. Jean-Baptiste Say is known for his contribution to Say's Law of Markets and for his work on . Book Description. Jean-Baptiste Say (–) was one of the first great economists to have laid down the foundations of economic science. Author of the famous Treatise on Political Economy in , which was revised and re-edited on several occasions, he published numerous other works including a voluminous Complete Course in Practical Political Economy in –9. Jean-Baptiste Lamarck was born in Northern France on August 1, He was the youngest of eleven children born to Philippe Jacques de Monet de La Marck and Marie-Françoise de Fontaines de Chuignolles, a noble but not rich family. Most men in Lamarck's family went into the military, including his father and older : Heather Scoville. French economist J. B. Say is most commonly identified with Say’s Law, which states that supply creates its own demand. Over the years Say’s Law has been embroiled in two kinds of controversy—the first over its authorship, the second over what it means and, given each meaning, whether it .
Jean Baptiste Say (zhäN bätēst´ sā), –, French A Treatise on Political Economy (, tr. from the 4th ed. ) he effectively reorganized and popularized the theories of Adam Smith. Say also developed a noted theory of markets and the concept of the entrepreneur. Say's law of markets holds that supply creates its own demand. Ansichtskarte / Postkarte Paris XVI., École Jean Baptiste Say and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jean-Baptiste Say’s signature achievement, A Treatise on Political Economy, was first published in One notable aspect of this book is that its title combines two disciplines, economics and politics. And this makes sense if you consider that Say, besides being a gifted economist, was also a renowned philosopher and entrepreneur. Jean-Baptiste Say () has been described as a revolutionary, an author of scholarly books and popular tracts, a social philosopher, a successful entrepreneur-a remarkable Renaissance man. Above all, however, he was a great economist/5(3).