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Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive. From the s onward, his studies increasingly turned to the earlier epochs of economic theory.
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His first book, published in , was Marxist Theories of Imperialism, a Critical Survey, of which the second edition appeared in Japanese translation in During the later s and throughout the s he was a prolific author of articles and reviews dealing with many aspects of the emergence of political economy in Britain and France during the 18th century. Richard Cantillon: Pioneer of Economic Theory, a book-length study of one of his favourite early economists, was published in The Making of the Classical Theory of Economic Growth reprinted a number of his articles, together with an introduction that summarised his views on the formation of classical conceptions of economic growth, giving pride of place to Adam Smith and, to a lesser extent, Turgot, Hume and Ferguson.
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He deserves to be judged by the same standards of rigour and coherence as any modern writer. For brevity, I refer to it as the Essai throughout. It is not clear whether it was originally written in French or English, but the surviving text is in French. The standard translation, by Higgs, is based on an eighteenth century version of parts of the Essai published by one Malachi.
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