On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation

David Ricardo
Ricardo, David
(1772-1823)
CEE
Display paragraphs in this book containing:
Editor/Trans.
First Pub. Date
1817
Publisher/Edition
London: John Murray
Pub. Date
1821
Comments
3rd edition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
Preface
1. On Value
2. On Rent
3. On the Rent of Mines
4. On Natural and Market Price
5. Of Wages
6. On Profits
7. On Foreign Trade
8. On Taxes
9. Taxes on Raw Produce
10. Taxes on Rent
11. Tithes
12. Land-Tax
13. Taxes on Gold
14. Taxes on Houses
15. Taxes on Profits
16. Taxes on Wages
17. Taxes on other Commodities than Raw Produce
18. Poor Rates
19. On Sudden Changes in the Channels of Trade
20. Value and Riches, Their Distinctive Properties
21. Effects of Accumulation on Profits and Interest
22. Bounties on Exportation, and Prohibitions of Importation
23. On Bounties on Production
24. Doctrine of Adam Smith concerning the Rent of Land
25. On Colonial Trade
26. On Gross and Net Revenue
27. On Currency and Banks
28. On the Comparative Value of Gold, Corn, and Labour, in Rich and Poor Countries
29. Taxes Paid by the Producer
30. On the Influence of Demand and Supply on Prices
31. On Machinery
32. Mr. Malthus's Opinions on Rent
Footnotes
Return to top