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" ... the prices of goods are not according to " the quantity in proportion to the vent, but in proportion  "
An Inquiry Into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth: And Into the Means ... - 23 ページ
James Maitland Earl of Lauderdale 著 - 1804 - 482 ページ
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Ueber national-wohlstand

James Maitland Earl of Lauderdale - 1804 - 106 ページ
...he compofed the B 4 following * The following extract, from Mr LAW'S Treatife on Money, publiftied in Scotland in 1705, feems to convey an accurate idea...be 100 ton, and the demand be for 500 ton, the de" ' ii.! ml is greater than the vent, and the 100 ton will fell " at a higher price than if the demand...

View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe Since the Sixteenth ...

Sir Travers Twiss - 1847 - 298 ページ
...value of goods was " according to their quantity, in proportion to their vent," on the ground that the vent of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater. Certainly Law's terminology is more precise, and carries us a step farther than Locke's; but Locke's...

View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe Since the 16th Century ...

Travers Twiss - 1847 - 298 ページ
...value of goods was " according to their quantity, in proportion to their vent," on the ground that the vent of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater. Certainly Law's terminology is more precise, and carries us a step farther than Locke's ; but Locke's...

A Review Of Economic Theory

Edwin Cannan - 1964 - 448 ページ
...be less valuable. " Mr. Lock says. The value of goods is according to their quantity in proportion to their vent. The vent of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater. (Ex.) If the quantity of wine brought from France be 100 tun and the demand be for 500 tun, the demand...

Monetary Theory: 1601-1758

Antoin E. Murphy, Chūhei Sugiyama - 1997 - 360 ページ
...inconsistency here: Mr. Lock sayes, the value of goods is according to their quantity in proportion to their vent. The vent of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater: (Ex.) If the .quantity of wine brought from France to be a 100 tunn, and the demand be for 500 tunn,...

John Law: Economic Theorist and Policy-maker

Antoin E. Murphy, Fellow Emeritus Economics Antoin E Murphy - 1997 - 391 ページ
...substitute sales for vent then Law's criticism of Locke may be more clearly understood: 'The vent [sale] of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater.'28 Law implicitly understood that the equating of vent with demand was only appropriate in...

Early Histories of Economic Thought, 1824-1914: View of the progress of ...

Roger Backhouse - 2000 - 298 ページ
...value of goods was " according to their quantity, in proportion to their vent," on the ground that the vent of goods cannot be greater than the quantity, but the demand may be greater. Certainly Law's terminology is more precise, and carries us a step further than Locke's ; but Locke's...




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