The Economics of Thomas Robert Malthus

The Economics of Thomas Robert Malthus

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Hollander investigates the relation of Malthusian economics to that of the other great classicists - particularly Smith, Ricardo, J.B. Say, and the French physiocrats. He redefines our common perception of Malthus's method and character.Essay. on. Population, . 1798-1807. I INTRODUCTION Malthusa#39;s intentions in his celebrated a#39;arithmetic ratioa#39; of food increase and a#39;geometric ... In the second he certainly uses one of the principal ideas on which it is based as an incidental and subsidiary argument. ... to mean that population was actually and inevitably increasing faster than subsistence and that this was the reason for the misery observed.

Title:The Economics of Thomas Robert Malthus
Author: Samuel Hollander
Publisher:University of Toronto Press - 1997

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