Business / Economics, Finance, Business / A history of economic doctrines by Charles Gide  Charles Rist Charles Gide  Charles Rist D C Heath and Company Boston and New York, undated authorised translation from the second revised edition of 1913: blue cloth hardcover: no dust jacket: approximately 5.5 x 9 inches tall: 672 pages including index.  Contents: -- Book 1.  The Founders.  Chapter 1: The Physiocrats.  (Natural order, net product, circulation of wealth, trade, state, taxation, physiocratic doctrine.) Chapter 2: Adam Smith (division of labour, state naturalism and optimism, economic liberty,  international trade, Smith's influence).  Chapter 3:The Pessimists (Malthus, law of population.  Ricardo,  law of rent, wages and profits, balance of trade , quantity theory of money, paper money- issue and regulation).  Book 2 : The Antagonists.  Chapter 1: Sismondi - origins of  critical school (aim and method of political economy, Sismondi's criticism of overproduction and competition, divorce of land from Labour, cause of pauperism and crisis, Sismondi's reform projects.)  Chapter 2: Saint-Simon and the beginnings of  collectivism (Saint-Simon and industrialism, criticisms of private property,  history of doctrines).  Chapter 3: The associative socialists (Robert Owen, creation of milieu, abolition of profit.  Charles Fourier, the Phalanstere, integral co-operation, back to the land, attractive  labour.  Louis Blanc.) Chapter 4: Friedrich List and  national system of political economy (List's ideas re  the economic conditions in Germany, sources of List's inspiration, his influence upon subsequent protectionist doctrines, List's real originality,) Chapter 5 : Proudhon and  socialism of 1848 (criticism of private property and socialism, revolution of 1848, discredited socialism, exchange bank theory, Proudhons influence after 1848).  Book 3: Liberalism.  Chapter 1: The Optimists (service value, free utility and rent, profit wage relation, subordination of producer to consumer, law of solidarity.) Chapter 2: The apogee and decline of the classical School.  John Stuart Mill.  (Fundamental laws, Individualist -- Socialist programme, successors.)  Book 4:The Dissenters.  Chapter 1: The historical school and conflict of methods.  (Origin and development, critical ideas, positive ideas of historical school).  Chapter 2: State Socialism (economists' criticism, socialistic origin, Rodbertus and Lassalle State socialism).  Chapter 3 : Marxism.  (Karl Marx.  Surplus labour, surplus value, law of concentration or  appropriation, the Marxian school, Marxian crisis and Neo-Marxian reformists and syndicalists.  Chapter 4: Doctrines owing their inspiration to Christianity.  (Le Play's School, Social Catholicism, Social Protestantism, the Mystics.)  Book 5: Recent doctrines.  Chapter 1: The Hedonists (pseudo-renaissance of classical school, psychological school, mathematical school, criticism of hedonistic doctrines).  Chapter 2: The theory and applications of rent (extension of the rent concept,  unearned increment, proposal to confiscate rent, taxation, land nationalisation, socialistic extensions of rent doctrine).  Chapter 3: The Solidarists.  (Causes of development, Thesis, practical application of doctrines, criticism.) Chapter 4: The Anarchists.  (Sterner's philosophical anarchism and the cult of the individual, social and political anarchism, criticism of authority, mutual aid, anarchistic conception of society, revolution.)  Conclusion.  Index.  Condition: cover marked: corners and spine ends bumped: Page edgeing foxed: ownership inscription dated 1930 inscribed above ownership  stamp- Ernest Beebe, Carleton College, Northfield Minnesota.  Contents clean and good: binding firm used books
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  • Book Title: A history of economic doctrines
  • Author: Charles Gide Charles Rist
  • ISBN: MW00445213
  • Publisher: Heath and Company
  • Year Published: Undated circa 1930
  • Our Normal Price: £24.20 GBP ($31.22 USD)
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  • Description: D C Heath and Company Boston and New York, undated authorised translation from the second revised edition of 1913: blue cloth hardcover: no dust jacket: approximately 5.5 x 9 inches tall: 672 pages including index. Contents: -- Book 1. The Founders. Chapter 1: The Physiocrats. (Natural order, net product, circulation of wealth, trade, state, taxation, physiocratic doctrine.) Chapter 2: Adam Smith (division of labour, state naturalism and optimism, economic liberty, international trade, Smith's influence). Chapter 3:The Pessimists (Malthus, law of population. Ricardo, law of rent, wages and profits, balance of trade , quantity theory of money, paper money- issue and regulation). Book 2 : The Antagonists. Chapter 1: Sismondi - origins of critical school (aim and method of political economy, Sismondi's criticism of overproduction and competition, divorce of land from Labour, cause of pauperism and crisis, Sismondi's reform projects.) Chapter 2: Saint-Simon and the beginnings of collectivism (Saint-Simon and industrialism, criticisms of private property, history of doctrines). Chapter 3: The associative socialists (Robert Owen, creation of milieu, abolition of profit. Charles Fourier, the Phalanstere, integral co-operation, back to the land, attractive labour. Louis Blanc.) Chapter 4: Friedrich List and national system of political economy (List's ideas re the economic conditions in Germany, sources of List's inspiration, his influence upon subsequent protectionist doctrines, List's real originality,) Chapter 5 : Proudhon and socialism of 1848 (criticism of private property and socialism, revolution of 1848, discredited socialism, exchange bank theory, Proudhons influence after 1848). Book 3: Liberalism. Chapter 1: The Optimists (service value, free utility and rent, profit wage relation, subordination of producer to consumer, law of solidarity.) Chapter 2: The apogee and decline of the classical School. John Stuart Mill. (Fundamental laws, Individualist -- Socialist programme, successors.) Book 4:The Dissenters. Chapter 1: The historical school and conflict of methods. (Origin and development, critical ideas, positive ideas of historical school). Chapter 2: State Socialism (economists' criticism, socialistic origin, Rodbertus and Lassalle State socialism). Chapter 3 : Marxism. (Karl Marx. Surplus labour, surplus value, law of concentration or appropriation, the Marxian school, Marxian crisis and Neo-Marxian reformists and syndicalists. Chapter 4: Doctrines owing their inspiration to Christianity. (Le Play's School, Social Catholicism, Social Protestantism, the Mystics.) Book 5: Recent doctrines. Chapter 1: The Hedonists (pseudo-renaissance of classical school, psychological school, mathematical school, criticism of hedonistic doctrines). Chapter 2: The theory and applications of rent (extension of the rent concept, unearned increment, proposal to confiscate rent, taxation, land nationalisation, socialistic extensions of rent doctrine). Chapter 3: The Solidarists. (Causes of development, Thesis, practical application of doctrines, criticism.) Chapter 4: The Anarchists. (Sterner's philosophical anarchism and the cult of the individual, social and political anarchism, criticism of authority, mutual aid, anarchistic conception of society, revolution.) Conclusion. Index. Condition: cover marked: corners and spine ends bumped: Page edgeing foxed: ownership inscription dated 1930 inscribed above ownership stamp- Ernest Beebe, Carleton College, Northfield Minnesota. Contents clean and good: binding firm
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