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Of the Law of the Increase of Production jrom Land. . The limited quantity and
limited productiveness of land, the real limits to production . . - . The law of
production from the soil, a law of diminishing return in proportion to the increased
The rate of profit depends on the Cost of Labour . . . . . . ; CHAPTER XVI. Of Rent.
§ 1. Rent the effect of a natural monopoly . . . . . . . . . . 2. No land can pay rent
except land of such quality or situation, as exists in less quantity than the demand
The rent of land being a price paid for a natural agency, and no such price being
paid in manufactures, these writers imagined that since a price was paid, it was
because there was a greater amount of service to be paid for : whereas a better ...
But even there, land favourably situated with regard to markets or means of
carriage, is generally limited in quantity: there is not so much of it as persons
would gladly occupy and cultivate, or otherwise turn to use. In all old countries,
Now rent, when aid for the land itself, and not for improvements made in it by
labour, is not a productive expenditure. . It is not an outlay for the support of
labour, or for the provision of implements or materials the produce of labour. It is
the price ...
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Pragmatic or muddled? Mill sets out to explore economic principles but, ultimately, finds that there is no principle which doesn't have any amount of conceivable exceptions. You have to wonder why its ... Читати огляд повністю