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" Capital is that part of the wealth of a country which is employed in production, and consists of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, etc., necessary to give effect to labour. "
Dimensions in School Finance - Página 74
por John Kelley Norton - 1966 - 273 páginas
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - 1821 - 538 páginas
...constant, the demand for labour may give a continued stimulus to an in crease of people. Capital is that part of the wealth of a country which is employed...of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, &c. necessary to give effect to labour. Capital may increase in quantity at the same time that its...
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Price of Corn and Wages of Labour, with Observations Upon Dr. Smith's, Mr ...

Sir Edward West - 1826 - 150 páginas
...constant, the demand for labour may give a continued stimulus to an increase of people." Capital is that part of the wealth of a country which is employed...production, and consists of food, clothing, tools, raw material, machinery, &c. necessary to give effect to labour. * P. 93. And Mr. Malthus follows in the...
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Price of Corn and Wages of Labour, with Observations Upon Dr. Smith's, Mr ...

Sir Edward West - 1826 - 150 páginas
...constant, the demand for labour may give a continued stimulus to an increase, of people." Capital is that part of the wealth of a country which is employed...production, and consists of food, clothing, tools, raw material, machinery, &c. necessary to give effect to labour. * P. 93. 77 And Mr. Malthus follows in...
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Elements of Logic

Richard Whately - 1831 - 392 páginas
...is a list of the definitions adopted by some of the most eminent subsequent economists: Ricardof—" that part of the wealth of a country which is employed in production; consisting of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, fyc., necessary to give effect to labour."...
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Elements of Logic: Comprising the Substance of the Article in the ...

Richard Whately - 1832 - 335 páginas
...list of the definitions adopted by some of the most eminent subsequent economists : Ricardo t — " that part of the wealth of a country which is employed in production ; consisting of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, Sfc., necessary to give effect to...
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Labour's Wrongs and Labour's Remedy: Or, The Age of Might and the Age of Right

John Francis Bray - 1839 - 216 páginas
...degree infinitely superior to the present system. CAPITAL. " Capital is that part of the wealth of the country which is employed in production ; and consists of food, clothing, tools, raw material, machinery, &c., necessary to give effect to labour." " With a population pressing against...
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Elements of Logic

Richard Whately - 1840 - 452 páginas
...list of the definitions adopted by some of the most eminent subsequent economists : Ricardof — " that part of the wealth of a country which is employed in production ; consisting of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, 8fc,t necessary to give effect to...
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Political Economy

John BROADHURST - 1842 - 297 páginas
...just what our writers maintain, and this naturally, if their doctrine of value be sound. " Capital is that part of the wealth of a " country which is employed...food, clothing, tools, raw materials, " machinery, &c. necessary to give effect to la" hour." " Capital may increase in quantity at the same " time that...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volumen1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1872
...Nations, BI, c. 10. game " ; but we find no explanation of this word Capital till p. 89 — " Capital is that part of the Wealth of a country which is employed...of food, clothing, tools, raw materials, machinery, &c., necessary to give effect to labour." But Ricardo has not told us what he means by Wealth or Production,...
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Progress and Poverty: An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions ...

Henry George - 1879 - 568 páginas
...of which it is not necessary to our purpose to take any note. Kicardo's definition is: " Capital is that part of the wealth of a country which is employed...materials, machinery, etc., necessary to give effect to labor." — Principles of Political Economy, Chapter V. This definition, it will be seen, is very different...
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