Principles Of Economics / Edition 8
British economist ALFRED MARSHALL (1842-1924) was one of the most prominent thinkers of his age on the philosophy of finance, and this, considered his greatest work, was for years the standard text on the subject.
First published in 1890, it serves as an excellent primer on such topics as:
• basic economic laws
• the purpose of economic studies
• fundamental concepts including wealth, production, consumption, labor, income, capital, and others
• understanding consumer demand
• an introduction to market studies
• and much more.
This replica of the 1920 eighth edition is completely unabridged, and features the vital Mathematical Appendix, including all of Marshall's equations and diagrams.