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16th century actual Adam Smith bullion capital employed capitalists causes circumstances command commodities compared considerable considered consumers consumption corn and labour cost of production degree demand and supply demand for labour depend diminished diminution distribution duce duction effective demand employment estimated exchangeable value fall of profits favourable fertility greater habits important improvements in agriculture increase of population increase of wealth labour employed labouring classes landlord manufactures means measure of value money price natural necessary object occasioned period permanent political economy portion powers of production precious metals price of corn price of labour principle productive labour profits of stock progress of wealth proportion purchase quantity of labour rate of profits raw produce rent revenue Ricardo rise saving shew society soil stimulus supposition take place taken into cultivation tion tivation trade unproductive value in exchange value of money wages of labour Wealth of Nations wheat whole produce
Сторінка 69 - IN that early and rude state of society which precedes both the accumulation of stock and the appropriation of land, the proportion between the quantities of labour necessary for acquiring different objects seems to be the only circumstance which can afford any rule for exchanging them for one another.
Сторінка 76 - High or low wages and profit are the causes of high or low price ; high or low rent is the effect of it.
Сторінка 192 - The natural price of labour is that price which is necessary to enable the labourers, one with another, to subsist and to perpetuate their race, without either increase or diminution.
Сторінка 258 - However extensive a country may be where the land is of a poor quality, and where the importation of food is prohibited, the most moderate accumulations of capital will be attended with great reductions in the rate of profit and a rapid rise in rent; and on the contrary a small but fertile country, particularly if it freely permits the importation of food, may accumulate a large stock of capital without any great diminution in the rate of profits, or any great increase in the rent of land.
Сторінка 347 - No EXTENSION of foreign trade will immediately increase the amount of value in a country, although it will very powerfully contribute to increase the mass of commodities, and therefore the sum of enjoyments.
Сторінка 190 - ... first, the agreeableness or disagreeableness of the employments themselves; secondly, the easiness and cheapness, or the difficulty and expense of learning them; thirdly, the constancy or inconstancy of employment in them; fourthly, the small or great trust which must be reposed in those who exercise them; and, fifthly, the probability or improbability of success in them.
Сторінка 362 - The desire of food is limited in every man by the narrow capacity of the human stomach...
Сторінка 191 - ... labour in the other. Or if the one species of labour requires an uncommon degree of dexterity and ingenuity, the esteem which men have for such talents, will naturally give a value to their produce, superior to what would be due to the time employed about it. Such talents can seldom be acquired but in consequence of long application, and the superior...
Сторінка 394 - Were those high duties and prohibitions taken away all at once, cheaper foreign goods of the same kind might be poured so fast into the home market, as to deprive all at once many thousands of our people of their ordinary employment and means of subsistence.