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A Treatise On Political Economy
by Jean Baptiste Say, Ed. By Clement C. Biddle, Trans. By Charles Robert Prinsep
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Business owners, economists, managers, and those interested in finance will find Say's ideas enlightening and informative. French economist JEAN-BAPTISE SAY (1767-1832) believed in the open-market system, supporting fewer laws putting restraints on businesses. He edited a paper on economics and became part of the French government in 1799. He is best remembered for Say's Law, which states that "supply creates its own demand."
About the Author
Jean-Baptiste Say (1767-1832) taught at the Conservatoire des Arts and Mtiers and Collge de France. He is the author of Trait d'conomie politique, Lettres Malthus, and Cours complet d'conomie politique pratique. Munir Quddus is professor of economics and chair of the department of economics and finance at the University of Southern Indiana. Salim Rashid is professor of economics at the university of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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