Author:Richard Jones (1790-1855)

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Richard Jones
(1790–1855)

English economist who criticised the theoretical views of David Ricardo and T. R. Malthus on economic rent and population

Richard Jones

WorksEdit

  • An Essay On the Distribution of Wealth, and on the Sources of Taxation (1831) (external scan)
  • Peasant Rents (1831) (external scan)
  • Remarks On the Government Bill for the Commutation of Tithe (1836) (external scan)
  • Literary Remains, consisting of Lectures and Tracts on Political Economy (1859), edited by William Whewell (external scan)

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