The Fallacy of Saving.
A Study in Economics.London & New York, Swan Sonnenschein & Co. and Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892 Stock Code: 139659
NotesFirst edition, an expanded version of an essay first read to the Political Economy Circle of the National Liberal Club by the journalist and liberal J. M. Robertson, at this time editor of the National Reformer following Charles Bradlaugh's death. In the first part he studies the views of economists on saving from Adam Smith, Turgot, Lauderdale, Malthus, Sismondi, McCulloch, Mill, Marshall, Böhm-Bawerk and Mummery and Hobson among others. In the second part he examines the practical issue, discussing tax reform and payment of the national debt, employment, and a national system of pensions.
Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered gilt, front board lettered and ruled in black.
4-page Social Science Series catalogue bound at the end.
Spine slightly faded, splash mark to front board, edges lightly spotted; a clean copy.
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