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 - 1891 - Страниц: 640
...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 - 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 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 Stuart Mill - 1899
...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... | |
| Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne - 1899
...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... | |
| William Sullivan Pattee - 1909 - Страниц: 264
...improved by the cultivation. m The Law of international values has been 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 expression of the more general law of value which we called the... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1909 - Страниц: 1013
...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 - 1909 - Страниц: 1013
...be appropriately named, the Equation of International Demand. It may be concisely stated as follows. **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce...countries, at such values as are required in order that** t lie whole of her exports may exactly pay for the whole of h^r import«. This law of International... | |
| John Cunningham Wood - 1991 - Страниц: 212
...has a comparative advantage in x¿ is being used. 4. Mill (1895, p. 149) states this law as follows: **The produce of a country exchanges for the produce of other countries, at such values as** arc required in order that the whole of her exports may exactly pay for the whole of her imports.'... | |
| Roger Backhouse - 1994 - Страниц: 260
...of supply and demand. the Equation of International Demand ... 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... | |
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