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Richard Cantillon: A Man of His Time: A Comment on Tarascio

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07/30/2014David O'Mahony

Professor Spengler refers to Richard Cantillon as the first of the modems. Professor Tarascio presents him from a current perspective. But it was the world as he knew it that Cantillon sought to explain. Inevitably he was a man of his time and it is primarily in that light that I should like to look at him. In so doing I shall concentrate on three of the topics with which Professor Tarascio deals, namely, value, money, and the entrepreneur.

Volume 7, Number 2 (1985)

Author:

David O'Mahony

David O'Mahony is in the Department of Economics at University College in Cork. 

Cite This Article

O'Mahony, David. "Richard Cantillon—A Man of His Time: A Comment on Tarascio." Journal of Libertarian Studies 7, No. 2 (1985): 259–267.

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