A Treatise on Political Economy

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Cosimo, Inc., 1.03.2007 г. - 492 страници
Business owners, economists, managers, and those interested in finance will find Say's ideas enlightening and informative. French economist JEAN-BAPTISE SAY (1767-1832) believed in the open-market system, supporting fewer laws putting restraints on businesses. He edited a paper on economics and became part of the French government in 1799. He is best remembered for Say's Law, which states that "supply creates its own demand."
 

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