In this enlightening book, John Berdell addresses the widely-held belief that
classical economics distanced itself from policy issues and public debates regarding
the effects of international trade on economic growth in advanced economies. He
argues, through a detailed consideration of the evolution and structure of Hume’s,
Smith’s, Ricardo’s and Malthus’ analyses, that it is not only contemporary
international economic theory which takes account of these issues.
The Classical Dynamics of Hume, Smith, Ricardo and Malthus
Subjects: economics and finance, economic psychology, history of economic thought, international economics
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