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SAY, Jean-Baptiste.

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  1. Olbie,
    SAY, Jean-Baptiste. Olbie,

    Paris : an VIII de la République [1800]

    First edition of Say's first publication, inscribed "Monsieur Wardin de la part du fils de l'auteur" in ink on the half-title. Olbie (from the Greek word olbios, meaning happy or beatific) is a small utopian work which Say submitted as an entry to a morality prize competition organised by the Institut National in 1798. It illustrates "the state of Say's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 126479

  2. Traité d'économie politique,
    SAY, Jean-Baptiste. Traité d'économie politique,

    Paris : 1803

    First edition of Say's masterpiece, one of the great works of the classical period of economic thought. Initially not republished until 1814, partly due to Napoleon's hostility to Say, the work thereafter went through 32 editions, and with Smith's Wealth of Nations (whose doctrine Say expounded from an early age), became the most popular work on economics... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136945

  3. Cours complet d'économie politique pratique.
    SAY, Jean-Baptiste. Cours complet d'économie politique pratique.

    Paris : 1828-29

    First edition of Say's lectures. Though Say ranks with Sismondi and Cournot in the originality of his contributions to economics, his reputation has suffered from his being put down primarily as an exponent of Adam Smith. Schumpeter, who calls his work "the most important of the links in the chain that leads from Cantillon and Turgot to Walras" offers... Learn More

    Stock Code: 107508

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