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1.11. The Par Value or Ratio between the Value of Land and Labor

December 1, 2014
Only money— a “most certain measure”—can be used for income measurements and comparisons.

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1.12. All Classes and Individuals in a State Subsist or Grow Rich at the Expense of the Property Owners

December 1, 2014
Cantillon develops a circular-flow model of the economy that shows the distribution of farm production between property owners, farmers, and workers.

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1.14. The Desires, Fashions, and Ways of Life of the Prince, and especially of the Property Owners, Determine the Use to which Land is put in a State, and Cause the Variations in the Market Prices of all Things

December 1, 2014
Cantillon constructs a model of the isolated estate or closed economy where the choices of property owners determine outputs and prices, regardless if they manage the isolated estate or lease it to farmers.

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1.17. Metals and Money, and especially of Gold and Silver

December 1, 2014
Gold and silver hold many advantages over other goods, such as durability, divisibility, transportability, and homogeneity

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1.2. Economic Calculation

May 2, 1944
The impracticability of all schemes of socialism and central planning is to be seen in the impossibility of any kind of economic calculation under these conditions.

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1.2. Human Societies

December 1, 2014
All human societies are based on a system of property rights.

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1.2. On the Measurement of Value

December 11, 2017
From Part 1, "The Nature of Money". Narrated by Jim Vann.

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