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Price, Bonamy. Chapters on Practical Political Economy Being the Substance of lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford.

Price, Bonamy. Chapters on Practical Political Economy Being the Substance of lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford. London, 1878, 559pp., 1st ed. . C. Kegan Paul,  gold titles Main work of economic policy of 'English economist and monetarist Bonamy Price, Professor of Political Economy at Oxford, author of two of his most famous treatises on money during the course of Victorian England: The Principles of Currency (1869) and Banking and Currency (1876). The term "Practical" in the title, as the author asserts, it is only because to keep it separate from what could be called "Scientific Political Economy. In fact:" It is Intended to set a mode of treatment not only does not claim Which to be scientific, but Which Supposes the striclty scienfic method to be a mistake. That it implies the body of kwnoledge, summed up under the title of Political Economy, Belongs Entirely to the every-day practice of human life. "From 'Index: Value. Exchange. Capital. Profit. Wages. Trade Unions. Free Trade. The doctrine of Rent. Money - Metallic. Paper Currency. Bankig. in Appendix: Tarif revision in the USA and the agitation for free trade. 2. Correspondence Between Henry Hucks Gibbs, esq., former Governor of the Bank of England, and prof. Bonamy Price, on the Reserve of the Bank of England. Original edition.

 

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