The Principles of Political Economy: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their Application and a Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Science

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A. and C. Black, 1849 - 646 páginas
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Página 229 - It is in this manner that the demand for men, like that for any other commodity, necessarily regulates the production of men, quickens it when it goes on too slowly, and stops it when it advances too fast.
Página 583 - There is one sort of labour," says he, " which adds to the value of the subject upon which it is bestowed ; there is another which has no such effect. The former, as it produces a value, may be called productive ; the latter, unproductive labour.
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Página 431 - The liberal reward of labour," says Dr Smith, " as it encourages the propagation, so it increases the industry of the common people. The wages of labour are the encouragement of industry, which, like every other human quality, improves in proportion to the encouragement it receives.

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