the produce of a country exchanges " for the produce of other countries at such values as are " required in order that the whole of her exports may exactly " pay for the whole of her imports'. The Principles of Political Economy - Стр. 211авторы: Henry Sidgwick - 1887 - Страниц: 595Полный просмотр - Подробнее о книге
| John Stuart Mill - 1848
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of value, which we call the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1848
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of value, which we call the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1848
...followliT~"'ThE~r)roduce of a country exchanges for the produce of othercountrics, at such values as arc **required in order that the whole of her exports may exactly "pay** tor tHe~whote 6f~hcr imports. This law ot" International Values is but an extension of the more general... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1849
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1852 - Страниц: 571
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1852
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1862
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1868
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1896
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...may exactly pay for the whole of her imports. This** law of International Values is but an extension of the more general law of Value, which we called the... | |
| John Elliott Cairnes - 1874 - Страниц: 421
...money of commerce, is equal to the value of the exports from that country. In the language of Mr. Mill, **"the produce of a country exchanges for the produce...exports may exactly pay for the whole of her imports,** "f Now, as a matter of fact, it very rarely happens that the whole exports of a country, even if we... | |
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