Isaac Rubin. A History of Economic Thought.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

Isaac Ilyich Rubin (1886-1937). A History of Economic Thought.

Traducido de la segunda edición rusa, Istoriya ekonomicheskoi mysli (Gosizdat RSFSR), 1929.

Londres, Pluto Press, 1979 [2da reimpresión, 1989] Traducción de Donald Filtzer.

INDICE

Author’s Preface to the Second Edition

                                                                      Part One

                                                      Mercantilism and its Decline

Chapter One — The Age of Merchant Capital

Chapter Two — Merchant Capital and Mercantilist Policy in England in the 16th and 17th Centuries

Chapter Three — The General Features of Mercantilist Literature

Chapter Four — The Early English Mercantilists

Chapter Five — Mercantilist Doctrine at its Height: Thomas Mun  

Chapter Six — The Reaction against Mercantilism: Dudley North

Chapter Seven — The Evolution of the Theory of Value: William Petty

Chapter Eight — The Evolution of the Theory of Money: David Hume

                                                                           Part Two

                                                                      The Physiocrats

Chapter Nine — The Economic Situation in Mid-Eighteenth-Century France

Chapter Ten — The History of the Physiocratic School

Chapter Eleven — The Social Philosophy of the Physiocrats

Chapter Twelve — Large-scale and Small-scale Agriculture  

Chapter Thirteen — Social Classes

Chapter Fourteen — The Net Product

Chapter Fifteen — Quesnay’s Tableau Economique

Chapter Sixteen — Economic Policy

Chapter Seventeen — The Theoretical Legacy of the Physiocrats

                                                                           Part Three

                                                                          Adam Smith

Chapter Eighteen — Industrial Capitalism in England during the Mid-Eighteenth Century

Chapter Nineteen — Adam Smith, the Man

Chapter Twenty — Smith’s Social Philosophy

Chapter Twenty-One — The Division of Labour

Chapter Twenty-Two — The Theory of Value

Chapter Twenty-Three — The Theory of Distribution

Chapter Twenty-Four — The Theory of Capital and Productive Labour

                                                                             Part Four

                                                                           David Ricardo

Chapter Twenty-Five — The Industrial Revolution in England

Chapter Twenty-Six — Ricardo’s Biography

Chapter Twenty-Seven — The Philosophical and Methodo logical Bases of Ricardo’s Theory

Chapter Twenty-Eight — The Theory of Value

                                             1. Labour Value

                                              2. Capital and Surplus Value

                                               3. Prices of Production

Chapter Twenty-Nine — Ground Rent

Chapter Thirty — Wages and Profit

                                                                                Part Five

                                                       The Decline of the Classical School

Chapter Thirty-One — Malthus and the Law of Population

Chapter Thirty-Two — The Beginning of Vulgar Economy—Say

Chapter Thirty-Three — The Debates Surrounding the Ricardian Theory of Value

Chapter Thirty-Four — The Wages Fund

Chapter Thirty-Five — The Theory of Abstinence—Senior

Chapter Thirty-Six — Harmony of Interests—Cary and Bastiat

Chapter Thirty-Seven — Sismondi as a critic of Capitalism

Chapter Thirty-Eight — The Utopian Socialists

Chapter Thirty-Nine — The Twilight of the Classical School—John Stuart Mill

                                                                              Part Six

                                              Conclusion: A Brief Review of the Course

Chapter Forty — Brief Review of the Course

Afterword by Catherine Colliot-Thélène

Name Index

Subject Index

Diagrams

Quesnay’s Description of the circulation of commodities and of money

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