A History of Political Economy

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE.
THE reader is referred for fuller information to the following books on the history of Political Economy, all of which have been more or less, and some very largely, used in the preparation of the present work:--
GENERAL HISTORIES -- Histoire de l'Économie Politique en Europe depuis les anciens jusqu' ὰ nos jours, by Jerôme Adolphe Blanqui ( 1837- 38); of which there is an English translation by Emily J. Leonard ( 1880). Histoire de l'Économie Politique, by Alban de Villeneuve- Bargemont ( Brussels, 1839; Paris, 1841); written from the Catholic point of view. View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe since the Sixteenth Century, by Travers Twiss, D.C.L. ( 1847). Die geschichtliche Entwickclung der National-Oekonomik und ihrer Literatur, by Julius Kautz ( 2d ed. 1860) ; a valuable work marked by philosophical breadth, and exhibiting the results of extensive research, but too declamatory in style; the book sadly wants an index. Kritische Geschichte der National- ökonomie und der Socialismus, by Emile Dühring ( 1871; 3d ed. 1879); characterised by its author's usual sagacity, but also by his usual perverseness and depreciation of meritorious writers in his own field. Guida allo studio dell' Economia Politica, by Luigi Cossa ( 1876 and 1878; Eng. trans. 1880). Geschichte der Nationalökonomik, by H. Eisenhart ( 1881); a vigorous and original sketch. And, lastly, a brief but excellent history by H. von Scheel in the Handbuch der politischen Oekonomie (a great encyclopædia of economic knowledge in all its extent and applications); edited by Gustav Schönberg ( 1882; 2d ed., enlarged and improved, 1886). To these histories proper must be added The Literature of Political Economy, by J. R. M'Culloch ( 1845), a book which might with advantage be re-edited, supplemented where imperfect, and continued to our own time. Some of the biographical and critical notices by Eugène Daire and others in the Collection des principaux Économistes will also be found useful, as well as the articles in the Dictionnaire de l'Économie Politique of Coquelin and Guillaumin ( 1852-53; 3d ed. 1864), which is justly described by Jevons as "on the whole the best work of reference in the literature of the science."
SPECIAL HISTORIES.--Italy. -- Storia della Economia Pubblica in Italia ossia Epilogo critico degli Economisti Italiani, by Count Giuseppe Pecchio

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A History of Political Economy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface. v
  • Bibliographical Note. xiv
  • Contents xvii
  • Chapter I - Introductory. 1
  • Chapter II - Ancient Times. 7
  • Chapter III - The Middle Ages. 24
  • Chapter IV - Modern Times: First and Second Phases. 32
  • Chapter V - Third Modern Phase: System of Natural Liberty. 55
  • Chapter VI - The Historical School. 196
  • Chapter Vil - Conclusion. 240
  • Index 247
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