Jean-Baptiste Say

Jean-Baptiste Say Jean-Baptiste Say (; 5 January 1767 – 15 November 1832) was a liberal French economist and businessman who argued in favor of competition, free trade and lifting restraints on business. He is best known for Say's law—also known as the law of markets—which he popularized. Scholars disagree on the surprisingly subtle question of whether it was Say who first stated what is now called Say's law. Moreover, he was one of the first economists to study entrepreneurship and conceptualized entrepreneurs as organizers and leaders of the economy. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1833
Chamerot

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1830
J. Grigg

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1826
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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1839
Chez Guillaumin, libraire

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1845
O. Wigand

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1807
In commission der Russchen Berlagshandlung

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1815
A. Bertrand

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1816
Chez Arthus Bertrand

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1816
Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1816
Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1817
Chez Deterville, libraire

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1817
Chez Deterville, libraire

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by Say, Jean Baptiste
Published 1821
D.F. Villalpando