John Stuart Mill and the development of English economic thought : a study in the progress of Ricardian orthodoxy
It is the purpose of this thesis to trace the development of the thought of John Stuart Millon economic and related social questions, in terms of his own aims and interests, and to offer some account of the nature, means and extent of his influence, against a background of contemporary opinion. Mill is of interest to the historian of economic thought for at least two reasons. In the first place, he was the most able, candid and sensitive of Ricardo's followers. He showed a much greater...[Show more]
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