1832 Jean Baptiste SAY Economics Finance Supply & Demand French Politics English
“One product is always ultimately bought with another, even when paid for in the first instance with money.”
– Jean-Baptiste Say
Jean Baptiste Say was a French economist at the turn of the 18th-century. He was an important figure in the development of competitive free trade in Europe. He is most well-known today for “Say’s Law” which is summed up as:
•"Aggregate supply creates its own aggregate demand",
•"Supply creates its own demand",
•"Supply constitutes its own demand",
•"If you build it, they will come",
•"Inherent in supply is the wherewithal for its own consumption".
This rare English printing of Say’s “Treatise on Political Economy” was translated from the French by C.R. Prinsep and included Princeps notes.
Item number: #1532
SAY, Jean Baptiste
A treatise on political economy, or, The production, distribution, and consumption of wealth
Philadelphia : Grigg & Elliott, 1832.
•Collation complete with all pages: , [lvi], 455
•Binding: Leather; tight & secure
•Size: ~8.75in X 5.5in (22cm x 14cm)
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