Letters to Mr. Malthus and the Catechism of Political Economy



JB Say Battled The Prophet Of Doom In This Rare Series Of Letters That Explain How Economic Growth Occurs Without Destabilizing Economic Forces He Writes With Passion And Personality, Anticipating So Many Austrian Insights An Extra Treat In This Book Is Say S Attempt To Write A Catechism Of Political Economy, Which Is A Kind Of Tutorial Organized In A QA Format To Deal With The Main Claims Of EconomicsThis Book Was An Important Tool In Forging The Classical Tradition As It Was Understood On The Continent, And You Will Find Great Affinity With The Austrian Tradition JB Say Was A Great Champion Of Economic Truth, And This Is Even Obvious In Looking At His Attempts At Public PersuasionLetters to Mr. Malthus and the Catechism of Political Economy

Jean Baptiste Say was a French economist and businessman He had classically liberal views and argued in favor of competition, free trade, and lifting restraints on business He is best known for Say s Law, also known as the law of markets, which he popularized Scholars disagree on the surprisingly subtle question of whether it was Say who first stated what we now call Say s Law.

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  • Paperback
  • 239 pages
  • Letters to Mr. Malthus and the Catechism of Political Economy
  • Jean-Baptiste Say
  • 25 August 2019

13 thoughts on “Letters to Mr. Malthus and the Catechism of Political Economy

  1. says:

    Say s defence of his law is less convincing here than in its original presentation, but the Catechism is a model for how popular economics should be written.

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