Popularizing Classical Economics: Henry Brougham and William Ellisby W.D. Sockwell, William Ellis, Henry Brougham, D. E. Moggridge (Editor)
Popularizing Classical Economics analyzes the theoretical contributions of two British Economists, Henry Brougham and William Ellis, and describes how they popularized economic ideas from the early 1800s through the 1860s. Efforts to spread economic ideas to the lay public have been little studied and few individuals have been recognized for their efforts. This book traces the efforts of Brougham and Ellis to spread classical economic ideas through education of both adults and children.
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