The Origins of International Economics : Classical Theory of the Gains from Trade (The Origins of International Economics) 〈2〉

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The Origins of International Economics : Classical Theory of the Gains from Trade (The Origins of International Economics) 〈2〉

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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   ix
Introduction 1 (8)
10 John S. Chipman,
'A Survey of the Theory of International 9 (43)
Trade: Part 1, The Classical Theory',
Econometrica, 33, 3, July 1965, pp. 477-519.
11 Adam Smith,
'Chapter III. That the Division of Labour is 52 (6)
Limited by the Extent of the Market', in
Wealth of Nations (London: W. Strahan & T.
Cadell, 1776), Book I, Chapter III, pp. 21-26.
12 Adam Smith,
'Chapter I. Of the Principle of the 58 (29)
Commercial, or Mercantile System', in Wealth
of Nations (London: W. Strahan & T. Cadell,
1776) Book IV, Chapter I, pp. 2-30.
13 David Ricardo,
'Chapter VII. On Foreign Trade', in On the 87 (34)
Principles of Political Economy and Taxation
(2nd edn), Chapter VII (London: John Murray,
1819), pp. 135-168.
14 David Ricardo,
'Chapter XXV. On Colonial Trade', in On the 121(16)
Principles of Political Economy and Taxation
(2nd edn), Chapter XXV (London: John Murray,
1817), pp. 427-439.
15 Robert Torrens,
'Part the First. On the General Principles of 137(144)
the External Trade in Corn', and 'Part the
Third. Chapter II. On the Effects Which a
Free External Trade in Corn Would Produce',
An Essay on the External Corn Trade (London:
J. Hatchard, 1815), pp. i-iv, pp. 1-93, and
pp. 262-312.
16 Robert Torrens,
Section 4 of Chapter IV of Part the Third, An 281(36)
Essay on the External Corn Trade (London:
J.W. Parker, 1829), pp. 391 X28.
17 John Stuart Mill,
'Essay I. Of the Laws of Interchange between 317(46)
Nations; and the Distribution of the Gains of
Commerce among the Countries of the
Commercial World', in Essays on Some
Unsettled Questions of Political Economy
(London: J.W. Parker, 1844), pp. 1-46.
18 Stuart Mill,
'Chapter XVIII. Of International Values', in 363(30)
Principles of Political Economy (3rd edn),
Book III (John W. Parker, 1852), pp. 122-151.
19 William Whewell,
'Mathematical Exposition of some Doctrines of 393(22)
Political Economy. Second Memoir',
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical
Society, 9, 1, 1850, pp. 128-149.
20 William Whewell,
'Mathematical Exposition of Some Doctrines of 415(7)
Political Economy. Third Memoir',
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical
Society, 9, 2, 1850, pp. 1-7.
21 Hans von Mangoldt,
'On the Equations of International Demand', 422(43)
translated by Siegfried Schach, introductory
note by John S. Chipman, Journal of
International Economics 5, 1975, pp. 55-97.
(Originally published as Grundriss der
Volkswirtschaftslehre, Stuttgart: Maier,
1863.)
22 Karl Marx,
Free Trade: A Speech Delivered before the 465(48)
Democratic Club, Brussels, Belgium, January
9, 1848, with Extract from La Mis鑽e de la
Philosophic, translated by Florence Kelley
Wischnewetzky; with preface by Frederick
Engels (Boston, MA: Lee & Shepard, 1888), pp.
1-48.
23 Frederic Bastiat,
'Petition from the Manufacturers of Candles, 513(8)
Wax-lights, Lamps, Chandeliers, Reflectors,
Snuffers, Extinguishers; and from the
Producers of Tallow, Oil, Resin, Alcohol, and
Generally of Every Thing used for Lights'
(1845), translated in Frederic Bastiat,
Sophisms of Protection (New York: A. P.
Putnam & Sons, 1847), pp. 73-80.
24 H.R. Parker,
'Petition of the Candlemakers', The Trade 521
Agreements Act of 1951, Hearings before the
Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate, 82nd
Congress, 1st Session, 1951 HR 1612,
reprinted in McEwan and Weisskopf,
Perspectives on the Economic Problem (Hemel
Hempstead: Prentice-Hall, 1970), pp. 255-256.