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Давид Рикардо

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David Ricardo

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Фотография Давид Рикардо (photo David Ricardo)
   

День рождения: 18.04.1772 года
Возраст: 51 год
Место рождения: Лондон, Великобритания
Дата смерти: 11.09.1823 года
Место смерти: графство Глостершир, Великобритания

Quotes of David Ricardo

Английский экономист, классик политической экономии

  • ⋅By far the greatest part of those goods which are the objects of desire, are procured by labour and they may be multiplied, not in one country alone, but in many, almost without any assignable limit, if we are disposed to bestow the labour necessary to obtain them. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Gold and silver, like other commodities, have an intrinsic value, which is not arbitrary, but is dependent on their scarcity, the quantity of labour bestowed in procuring them, and the value of the capital employed in the mines which produce them. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅There can be no rise in the value of labour without a fall of profits. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅After all the fertile land in the immediate neighbourhood of the first settlers were cultivated, if capital and population increased, more food would be required, and it could only be procured from land not so advantageously situated. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The facility of obtaining food is beneficial in two ways to the owners of capital, it at the same time raises profits and increases the amount of consumable commodities. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅There is no way of keeping profits up but by keeping wages down. /David Ricardo
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  • ⋅There can be no rise in the value of labour
    without a fall of profits. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅For price is everywhere regulated by the return obtained by this last portion of capital, for which no rent whatever is paid. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Gold, on the contrary, though of little use compared with air or water, will exchange for a great quantity of other goods. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅There is no way of keeping profits up but by keeping wages down.... /David Ricardo
  • ⋅A rise of wages from this cause will, indeed, be invariably accompanied by a rise in the price of commodities; but in such cases, it will be found that labour and all commodities have not varied in regard to each other, and that the variation has been confined to money. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅After all the fertile land in the immediate neighbourhood of the first settlers were cultivated, if capital and population increased, more food would be required, and it could only be procured from land not so advantageously situated. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅A rise in wages, from an alteration in the value of money, produces a general effect on price, and for that reason it produces no real effect whatever on profits. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The exchangeable value of all commodities rises as the difficulties of their production increase. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Adam Smith, and other able writers to whom I have alluded, not having viewed correctly the principles of rent, have, it appears to me, overlooked many important truths, which can only be discovered after the subject of rent is thoroughly understood. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Money is neither a material to work upon nor a tool to work with. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The produce of the earth - all that is derived from its surface by the united application of labour, machinery, and capital, is divided among three classes of the community, namely, the proprietor of the land, the owner of the stock or capital necessary for its cultivation, and the labourers by whose industry it is cultivated. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅I have endeavoured to show that the ability to pay taxes depends, not on the gross money value of the mass of commodities, nor on the net money value of the revenue of capitalists and landlords, but on the money value of each man's revenue compared to the money value of the commodities which he usually consumes. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Utility then is not the measure of exchangeable value, although it is absolutely essential to it. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Possessing utility, commodities derive their exchangeable value from two sources: from their scarcity, and from the quantity of labour required to obtain them. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅It has therefore been justly observed that however honestly the coin of a country may conform to its standard, money made of gold and silver is still liable to fluctuations in value, not only to accidental, and temporary, but to permanent and natural variations, in the same manner as other commodities. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅LABOUR, like all other things which are purchased and sold, and which may be increased or diminished in quantity, has its natural and its market price. The natural price of labour is that price which is necessary to enable the labourers, on with another, to subsist and to perpetuate their race, without either increase or diminution. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅There can be no greater error then in supposing that capital is increased by non-consumption. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The demand for money is regulated entirely by its value, and its value by its quantity. /David Ricardo
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  • ⋅To alter the money value of commodities, by altering the value of money, and yet to raise the same money amount by taxes, is then undoubtedly to increase the burthens of society. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The factors left out of the Ricardian equation are falling wages and idle capacity. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Like all other contracts, wages should be left to the fair and free competition of themarket, and should never be controlled by the interference of the legislature. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The wheat bought by a farmer to sow is comparatively a fixed capital to the wheat purchased by a baker to make into loaves. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅Neither machines, nor the commodities made by them, rise in real value, but all commodities made by machines fall, and fall in proportion to their durability. /David Ricardo
  • ⋅The variation in the value of money, however great, makes no difference in the rate of profits;... /David Ricardo
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