John Ramsay McCulloch

John Ramsay McCulloch by [[Daniel Macnee]] John Ramsay McCulloch (1 March 1789 – 11 November 1864) was a Scottish economist, author and editor, widely regarded as the leader of the Ricardian school of economists after the death of David Ricardo in 1823. He was appointed the first professor of political economy at University College London in 1828. He wrote extensively on economic policy, and was a pioneer in the collection, statistical analysis and publication of economic data.

McCulloch was a co-founder, and one of the first editors, of ''The Scotsman'' newspaper, and worked on the ''Edinburgh Review''. He edited the 1828 edition of ''The Wealth of Nations''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1830
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1818
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1830
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1827
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1831
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1830
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1825
Printed for A. Constable

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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1837
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1825
Printed for the Institution

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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1826
Printed for A. Black and W. Tait

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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1826
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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1840
Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans

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by McCulloch, John Ramsay
Published 1842
A. & C. Black