Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy

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Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy (1844) is a treatise on political economics by John Stuart Mill.[1] Walras' law, a principle in general equilibrium theory named in honour of Léon Walras,[2] was first expressed by Mill in this treatise.[3]

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  1. ^ See Mill, John Stuart (1844), Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy (First ed.), London: John W. Parker, retrieved 2012-12-10  via Google Books
  2. ^ Barron, John M.; Ewing, Bradley T.; Lynch, Gerald J. (2006), Understanding macroeconomic theory, Taylor & Francis, p. 1, ISBN 978-0-415-70195-2 
  3. ^ Ariyasajjakorn, Danupon (2007), Trade, foreign direct investment, technological change, and structural change in labor usage, ProQuest, p. 55, ISBN 978-0-549-30654-2 

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