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The Case of Jean Baptiste Say (1767-1832)

John Ridpath

Presented at: Lyceum 1995

Date: Aug 12, 1995

These lectures will present Say's famous insight––known as Say's Law––in its historical context and in its enormous importance to economic knowledge, as an illustration of the process and value ofintegration in the furthering of human life.

The central focus of these lectures will be on what it is about a functioning economy that creates the need for broader and broader integration, and how Say's Law satisfies this need.


Parts: 2

Handout: none


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