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Ricardo, David

Published by G. Bell (1929)

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About this Item: G. Bell, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. 5th. lxii, 455 pages 19 cm. Hardcover. Chip missing from bottom spine. Cover wear/tear/soiling. Clean, unmarked pages. Reprint of the third edition. Seller Inventory # 1510120043

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Ricardo, David

Published by MacMillan & Co, Ny (1895)

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About this Item: MacMillan & Co, Ny, 1895. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Ny: MacMillan & Co, 1895 Green cloth, good, sunning to edges. Gilt lettering, slight lift to front board, some marginalia. Scattered foxing. 118 pages. Text from both the first and third editions. . Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 6496

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RICARDO, David 1772-1823. [ Kolthammer, F. W. ]

Published by J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [ Everyman ], London (1917)

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About this Item: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [ Everyman ], London, 1917. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. First Reprint. EVERYMAN LIBRARY : 1917 - First published 1912. [ Based on the last edition by the author - third edition, 1821.]. Hardback. Light brown ribbed cloth, decorative gilt spine and decorative end-papers. Introduction by F.W. Kolthammer. Bibliography. A couple of minor marks to covers. Moderate wear. Not faded - tightly bound copy. No owner name or internal markings. GOOD. (xvi), 300 pages. Index. See Seymour's Guide, 2005. [ Rosley Books for Literature & Theology.]. Dent Everyman's Library; 590. Sm.8vo. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0021231

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Sraffa, Piero (edited by).

Published by Cambridge University Press: (1960)

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press:, 1960. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine-. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Volume I from "The Works And Correspondence Of David Ricardo", first published in 1951, this book is the 1960, third printing, 447 pages with pull out Table. "The present edition of the Principles is based on a complete collation of the first, second and third editions. The text adopted is that of edition 3, published in 1821, and the last to be revised by Ricardo. All the variants of editions 1 and 2 are given in the editor's footnotes." FINE- HARDCOVER, some discoloration along the paper edge, do not affect the text, else fine, VERY GOOD HARDCOVER. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 013831

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Marx, Karl:

Published by Verlag für fremdsprachige Literatur; Moskau, (1941)

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About this Item: Verlag für fremdsprachige Literatur; Moskau, 1941. Originalleinen. Condition: Gut. S. 770 - 1103; 24 cm. Gutes Exemplar. - ANHANG --- Aus den Heften von / über Ricardo - --- [Aus Exzerptheft IV:] Ricardo D : On the Principles of Political Economy and taxation ed London Lehre vom Geld --- Variationen im Wert von Silber und Gold --- Verschiedne Effekte von der Alteration im Wert des Geldes --- Gold- und Silbergeld und foreign trades --- [Geld nur das Medium, worin der relative Wert ausgedrückt wird] --- Steuer auf Gold g --- Zins für Geld --- Geld, Exportatipn und Importation --- On currency and banks --- Von dem komparativen Wert von Geld, Korn und Arbeit in --- reichen und armen Ländern --- [Notizen und Auszüge über Ricardos System] - --- Mit dem Stand zusammenhängende Steuern --- [Marx' Sachregister zu Ricardo:, On the principles of political economy --- and taxation Third edition London ] --- [Aus Exzerptheft VIII:] Ricardo David On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation ed London --- On Value --- On Rent --- Steuern a^if Rohprodukt gg --- Rent Gegen die Doctrine of A Smith concerning the rent of land --- Rent Gegen Malthus' Opinions on Rent --- Wirkung des Imports von Korn auf Grundrente und Profit des Pächters Wirkung der freien Korneinfuhr auf Profite und Kapital des Pächters Der zweite Teil der Rente, dgr nicht aus der relativen Fruchtbarkeit der --- Erde hervorgeht QQQ --- Vom natürlichen und vom Marktpreis QJ --- Unterschied von Wert natürlichem Preis und Reichtum --- Von dem Einfluß von Nachfrage und Zufuhr auf Preise --- Die Produktionskosten, d h die real value bestimmt nicht die production, sondern der market price --- Depreziierende Wirkung von Verbeßrungen in Agrikultur und Maschinerie --- Kornpreis reguliert nicht den Preis der ändren Waren --- Der auswärtige Handel und der Tauschwert --- Bestimmung des Tauschwerts in verschiednen Ländern --- Einfluß des Kolonialhandels auf Preise --- Wirkung von Nachfrage und Zufuhr auf den Tauschwert --- Vom Arbeitslohn --- Unterschied zwischen Arbeitslohn und der auf ¡die Produktion einer --- Ware verwandten Arbeit --- Einfluß des Wachstums des Kapitals auf yden Marktpreis des Arbeitslohns und den natürlichen --- Variations im natural price der Arbeit --- Arbeitslohn und Rente --- Steigen des natural price of labour und ¡der Geldpreis der Waren --- Bevölkerung und Arbeitslohn --- Einfluß des Preises des raw produce auf den Arbeitslohn --- Einfluß der Maschinerie auf den Arbeitslohn --- Steuern auf Arbeitslohn --- Noch eine Bemerkung über das Verhältnis von Profit und Arbeitslohn --- Vom Profit --- --- Permanente Variation in der Rate des Profits Teilung des Preises dhs --- Produkts zwischen! Capitalists und labourers --- Verhältnis von Profit und Arbeitslohn --- Akkumulation des Kapitals --- Einfluß von trade auf profits --- Revulsion in trade ' --- Effects der Akkumulation auf Profits and Interest oqo --- Vom Roh- und vom Reinertrag " --- Steuern auf Profits --- Maschinerie und Steuern Einfluß auf Profits --- Steuern auf andre Waren als 'Rohprodukt --- Steuern gezahlt von ,dem Producer --- Steuern auf Häuser --- Von den Steuern --- Steuern fallen auf Kapital oder Revenue --- Vermehrter Preis der Waren durch Steuern auf Geld ggg --- Aus der Vorrede Beginn des Buchs --- [Aus Heft III: BASTIAT UND CAREY] --- Bastmt: Harmonies Economiques edition Paris --- Des balaires --- [Aus Heft M:] Index zu den Heften dem ersten Teil --- [Erste Fassung] --- [Zweite Fassung] --- [FRAGMENT DES URTEXTES VON "ZUR KRITIK DER POLITISCHEN --- ÖKONOMIE" Heft B' und B" - --- Unveränderlicher Wert des Gelds --- Geld als Geld Weltmünze etc --- Eigentumsform --- --- [ Das Geld als Zahlungsmittel] --- Das Geld als internationales Zahlungs- und Kaufmittel, als Weltmünze --- Die edlen Metalle als Träger des Geldverhältnisses --- Erscheinung des Appropriationsgesetzes in der einfachen Zirkulation --- Übergang zum Kapital --- Drittes Kapitel Das Kapital --- A Produktionsprozeß des Kapitals --- Verwandlung des Geldes in Kapital - --- [Auf Heft B":] REFERATE ZU MEINEN EIGNEN HEFTE. Seller Inventory # 1080345

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On the principles of political economy, and: RICARDO, David (1772-1823).

RICARDO, David (1772-1823).

Published by John Murray, 1821., London: (1821)

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About this Item: John Murray, 1821., London:, 1821. 8vo. xii, 538 pp. Occasional foxing. Original paper-backed boards, printed paper spine label; spine rebacked with kozo, spine label chipped (a remnant) all extremities worn. Rubber-ownership stamp of Henry R. Wagner. Binding needs work; internally very good. Third edition of this classic work on political economics. This edition includes his chapter "On Machinery," which reconsidered the role of labor and the effect machines had on the labor force. ".in Ricardo's view, it is a choice between the potential for detrimental effects on labor from the use of new machinery versus even worse effects if the machinery is not used at all. His argument can certainly be questioned, at least in some places, but this is not the positive "lift all boats" theory of growth that is often attributed to Ricardo." â€" Sunday, September 16, 2012, Mark Thoma, [see: Economist's viewpoint]. "If I have to hire a labourer for a week, and instead of ten shillings I pay him eight, no variation having taken place in the value of money, the labourer can probably obtain more food and necessaries with his eight shillings than he before obtained for ten: but this is owing, not to a rise in the real value of his wages, as stated by Adam Smith, and more recently by Mr. Malthus, but to a fall in the value of the things on which his wages are expended, things perfectly distinct; and yet for calling this a fall in the real value of wages, I am told that I adopt new and unusual language, not reconcilable with the true principals of the science. To me it appears that the unusual and, indeed, inconsistent language is that used by my opponents." â€" Ricardo, On the principles of political economy, pp. 11-12. "David Ricardo is without doubt the greatest representative of classical political economy. He carried his work begun by Smith to the farthest point possible without choosing one or the other of the roads which led out of the contradiction inherent in it." â€" Roll, Eric, History of Economic Thought, pp. 155-6. "This work solidly established [Ricardo's] reputation as the leading economic annalist of his day. Barber, William J., A History of Economic Thought, 1967. "He now began to interest himself in scientific and mathematical studies, but after reading The Wealth of Nations he decided to devote himself to political economy The fundamental groundwork of the Principles is based on the theory that, given free competition in trade, the exchange value of commodities will be determined by the amount of labor expended in production: not a wholly original thesis, nor one capable of absolute expression, but one which was given new force by the theory of distribution with which Ricardo reinforced it. . Ricardo was, in a sense, the first 'scientific' economist. Ricardo saw the study of economics as a pure science whose abstractions were capable of quasi-mathematical proof. his deductive methods have proved of great use in the elementary analysis of economic problems, and in the subjects which are capable of his rigid analysis, currency and banking, it has proved of lasting value." â€" Printing and the Mind of Man, 277. PROVENANCE: Henry Raup Wagner (1862-1957), Yale educated lawyer (classes of 1884 and 1886) and mining engineer who retired to California in 1917 where he became a leading bibliophile and California historical and cartographic authority. See: Streeter, Thomas W., "Henry R. Wagner, collector, bibliographer, cartographer and historian," California Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 2, (Jun., 1957), pp. 165-175. See also: John P. Henderson; John B. Davis, The Life and Economics of David Ricardo, Springer-Verlag, 2012; John Cunningham Wood, David Ricardo: Critical Assessments. Second series, 1994, pp. 23-28. Seller Inventory # BL4688

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The Works of David Ricardo, Esq, MP,: Ricardo, David; McCulloch,

Ricardo, David; McCulloch, J.R. (Foreword)

Published by John Murray (1846)

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About this Item: John Murray, 1846. Hardcover. Condition: Collectible: Very Good. First Edition. First edition. xxxiii, 584 p. with 16 pages of ads at rear dated January 1846. Very Good. Original cloth rebacked with worn spine cloth laid down and new endpapers, sturdy binding. Some light pencil notations and underlining to text, which can be easily erased. Some foxing, heavier on preliminary pages. The first appearance of the collected works of the influential English political economist, broker, and politician, including the 1821 third edition of On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. Seller Inventory # 160201006

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Ricardo, David.

Published by London, John Murray, 1821. (1821)

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About this Item: London, John Murray, 1821., 1821. Condition: 0. Dritte und beste Ausgabe dieses Klassikers der Nationalökonomie und zugleich des Hauptwerkes von David Ricardo; die letzte zu Lebzeiten des Verfassers und Vorlage für die ebenfalls 1821 erschienene erste deutsche Ausgabe. - In dieser Ausgabe machte Ricardo noch einmal substantielle Revisionen im Text. Im ersten Kapitel fügte er zahlreiches neues Material zum Thema „Wert" hinzu. Außerdem enthält diese Ausgabe erstmals das neue Kapitel über „Machinery", eine Würdigung und Auseinandersetzung mit Say‘s Doktrinen über „distinctive properties of value and riches", und im letzten Kapitel neue Ansichten über Besteuerung, die Nationalschuld etc. - „Den festen Grundbau der Principles bildet die Theorie, daß es - freier Wettbewerb im Handel vorausgesetzt - die zur Produktion der Ware notwendige Arbeit ist, die ihren Tauschwert bestimmt: sicher keine völlig neue These oder eine von unbedingter Gültigkeit, doch durch die Verteilungstheorie, mit der Ricardo sie unterbaute, erfuhr sie neuen Auftrieb [.]. In einem gewissen Sinne war Ricardo der erste ‚wissenschaftliche‘ Volkswirtschaftler [.]" (Carter/Muir, Bücher die die Welt verändern, S. 509). - Titel im Falz verstärkt. Das letzte Bl. mit hinterl. Einriß im Falz. Einige alte Anstreichungen - bzw. -merkungen in Kapitel IV und V. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Seltener als die beiden früheren Ausgaben von 1817 bzw. 1819. - PMM 277; Borst 1281; Einaudi 4741; Goldsmith 23131; Kress C 769; McCulloch 16/17; Marshall Library S. 70; Williams I, 191; Humpert 13101; Masui II, 819; Carpenter, Economic Bestsellers XXXVII Anm.; New Palgrave IV, 183ff. (tlw. die EA von 1817). Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. X (statt XII; fehlt das Vortitelblatt), 538 S., Mod. Ldr. im Stil d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. gold- u. blindgepr. Deckelfileten, etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentitel. Seller Inventory # 20376

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Ricardo, David

Published by John Murray, LONDON (1821)

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About this Item: John Murray, LONDON, 1821. Leather. Condition: Near Fine. Third Edition. Third Edition. Leather re-back with New spine laid on. Original full leather diced boards. Near Fine. Includes the enigmatic Chapter 31 "On Machinery", which has never been fully reconciled with the balance of Ricardo's system. (Additional scans available upon request.) Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # IX0003

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About this Item: Kjøbenhavn, Bianco Luno, 1839. 8vo. Nice comtemporary half calf with gilt lettering and ornamentation to spine. Minor wear to capitals and corners bumped. Light brownspotting to first and last leaves. A very fine and clean copy. (8), 470 pp. Rare first Danish edition of the monumental main work by one of the absolutely most influential classical economists, David Ricardo, the systematizer of economics. The Danish translation is translated from the third edition, which appeared in 1821.David Ricardo (1772-1823) was born in London as the son of a Dutch Jew. Initially Ricardo was primarily interested in science and mathematics, but after having read Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations" in 1799, he devoted himself entirely to political economy, and in 1817 he could publish his seminal work "The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" (see PMM 277). Two years later, in 1819, Ricardo was elected to the Parliament, and became the House's acknowledged expert on economic affairs, -also as such he considerably influenced the opinion towards free trade.There are three classical economists, who must be said to have fundamentally changed political economy, and they are Adam Smith, Thomas Robert Malthus, and David Ricardo, -the three main founders of "modern economic analysis". On the basis of "The Wealth of Nations", classical political economy could be founded by Malthus and Ricardo, -in his "Principles". Ricardo was in doubt as to whether he should publish his later so exceedingly famous work, but was persuaded to do so by his friend James Mill, chief Apostle of the Utalitarians, and so he did in 1817, when the work presented the population of Great Britain with some very unexpected conclusions. Enlarging on the Physiocrats, Ricardo places the interest of the landlord and that of the community in the most violent opposition, -he states: "the interest of the landlord is necessarily opposed to the interest of every other class in the community." On the grounds of this theory, he gathered quite a number of opponents, who considered this the embodiment of injustice and strongly opposed of his theories. "Ricardo, in his paradox to arrest attention, outlined the case for class war. It is one of the issues which John Stuart Mill will be forced to confront, and upon which Marx built his theory and makes his observations." (Catlin, A History of the Political Philosophers, Ldn., 1950, p. 374). In opposition to Smith, Ricardo was not interested in the value as the principle for the equal exchange between differentiated individuals, but in it as the means of building up theories of the relation between wages, profits and rents and their distribution to landlords, capitalists and labourers, -thus developing the famous theory of "labour as measure". Against Malthus he opposes the interest of the agriculturalist as against that of the free-trading manufacturer, -one of his distinctive contributions to economics lies in expounding the monopoly theory of rent. "Ricardo was, in a sense, the first "scientific" economist. Lacking Smith's warmth and sympathy for humanity and for the labourer in particular, Ricardo saw the study of economics as a pure science whose abstractions were capable of quasi-mathematical proof. Although his theorems remain hypothetical, his deductive methods have proved a great use in the elementary analysis of economic problems, currency and banking, it has proved a lasting value." (Printing and the Mind of Man 277).The work is groundbreaking in numerous respects, one of them being that Ricardo here also sets out to establish paper-money, -he actualized this as well as the theory that the banks should convert its stock of gold into standardized gold bars, -this is the reason why the very first gold bars, as we know them, were called "Ricardos"; the first was issued in 1820.The work has been immensely influential throughout Europe, and has had a strong effect on Danish liberal thought and politics. Seller Inventory # 51107

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