The Physiocrats: Six Lectures on the French Economistes of the 18th Century
The English historian of economic thought Higgs discusses iin a series of lectures given at the London School of Economics in 1896 the 18th century free market Physiocratic school, its origins, ideas, political and intellectual influence.
The Physiocrats: Six Lectures on the French Economistes of the 18th Century (London: Macmillan and Co., 1897).
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Table of Contents
- Note A
- Note B
- Note C
- Lecture I
- Lecture II
- Lecture III
- Lecture IV
- Lecture V
- Lecture VI