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Pioneers in economics / 5, The later mercantilists : Josiah Child (1603-1699) and John Locke (1632-1704).

Author: Mark Blaug
Publisher: Aldershot ; Brookfield (Vt.) : E. Elgar, 1991.
Series: Pioneers in economics, 5.; Elgar reference collection.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Publication:Pioneers in economics, 5
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Named Person: Josiah Sir Child; John Locke; John Locke; Josiah Child
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Blaug
ISBN: 1852784679 9781852784676
OCLC Number: 490109559
Description: xi, 399 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents:1. W.H. Price (1906), 'The Origin of the Phrase "Balance of Trade'"2. F.W. Fetter (1935), 'The Term "Favorable Balance of Trade'"3. E.F. Hecksher (1936), 'Revisions in Economic History: Merchantilism'4. A.V. Judges (1939), 'The Idea of a Mechantile State'5. J. Viner (1948), 'Power Versus Plenty as Objectives of Foreign Policy in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries'6. C. Wilson (1949), 'Treasure and Trade Balances: The Mercantilist Problem'7. W.D. Grampp, 'The Liberal Elements in English Mercantilism'8. J.M. Low (1953), 'A Regional Example of the Mercantilist Theory of Economic Policy'9. D.C. Coleman (1956), 'Labour in the English Economy of The Seventeenth Century'10. C. Wilson (1957), 'Mercantilism: Some Vicissitudes of an Idea'11. D.C. Coleman (1957), 'Eli Heckscher and the Idea of Mercantilism'12. C.H. Wilson (1959), 'The Other Face of Mercantilism'13. H.F. Kearney (1959), 'The Political Background to English Mercantilism'14. J. Sperling (1962), 'The International Payments Mechanism in the Seventeen and Eighteenth Centuries'15. R. Davis (1966), 'The Rise of Protection in England'16. W.R. Allen (1970), 'Modern Defenders of Mercantilis Theory'17. A.W. Coats (1973), 'The Interpretation of Mercantilist Economics: Some Historiagraphical Problems'; W.R. Allen, 'Rearguard Response'18. A.H. Leigh (1974), 'John Locke and the Quantity Theory of Money'19. S. Rashid (1980), 'Economists, Economic Historians and Mercantilism'20. C.G. Uhr (1980), 'Eli F. Hecksher, 1879-1952, and his Treatise on Mercantilism Revisited'Name Index
Series Title: Pioneers in economics, 5.; Elgar reference collection.
Responsibility: ed. by Mark Blaug.
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