David Ricardo (1817)

On The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation

Written: 1817
Source: Rod Hay's Archive for the History of Economic Thought, McMaster University, Canada

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: On Value
Chapter 2: On Rent
Chapter 3: On the Rent of Mines
Chapter 4: On Natural and Market Price
Chapter 5: On Wages
Chapter 6: On Profits
Chapter 7: On Foreign Trade
Chapter 8: On Taxes
Chapter 9: Taxes on Raw Produce
Chapter 10: Taxes on Rent
Chapter 11: Tithes
Chapter 12: Land-Tax
Chapter 13: Taxes on Gold
Chapter 14: Taxes on Houses
Chapter 15: Taxes on Profits
Chapter 16: Taxes on Wages
Chapter 17: Taxes on Other Commodities than Raw Produce
Chapter 18: Poor Rates
Chapter 19: On Sudden Changes in the Channels of Trade
Chapter 20: Value and Riches, their Distinctive Properties
Chapter 21: Effects of Accumulation on Profits and Interest
Chapter 22: Bounties on Exportation, and Prohibitions of Importation
Chapter 23: On Bounties on Production
Chapter 24: Doctrine of Adam smith concerning the Rent of Land
Chapter 25: Bounties on Exportation, and Prohibitions of Importation
Chapter 26: On Gross and Net Revenue
Chapter 27: On Currency and Banks
Chapter 28: On the Comparative Value of gold, Corn, and Labour, in Rich and Poor Countries
Chapter 29: Taxes Paid by the Producer
Chapter 30: On the Influence of Demand and Supply on Prices
Chapter 31: On Machinery
Chapter 32: Mr Malthus's Opinion on Rent