Introductory Lectures on Political Economy
Whately followed Nassau Senior as Professor of Political Economy at the University of Oxford. He brought logical clarity to the previously murky relationship between morals and the underpinnings of economics. These are a serious of lectures he gave on economics at Oxford in 1831.
Introductory Lectures on Political Economy, delivered in Easter Term 1831 (London: B. Fellowes, 2nd and enlarged ed. 1832).
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Table of Contents
- Delivered in Easter Term, M DCC XXXI.
- ADVERTISEMENT TO THE SECOND EDITION.
- Lecture I
- Lecture II
- Lecture III
- Lecture IV
- Lecture V
- Lecture VI
- Lecture VII
- Lecture VIII
- Lecture IX