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Friday, July 03, 2009

THE GLOBALIZATION -BASICS c-other classical political economy theories

APART FROM THE TWO THEORIES WHICH WERE WRITTEN MAINLY BY ADAM SMITH AND KARL MARX,ALSO CONTRIBUTED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KAPITALISTIC AND SOCIAL-COMMUNISTIC IDEAS ,SOME OTHER CLASSICAL ECONOMISTS.
DAVID RICARDO,WHO FORMED THE LAW OF COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE,WHICH MAINLY HAD TO DO WITH SPECIALIZATION IN PRODUCTION OF GOODS,BETWEEN THE TRADING PARTNERS.HIS WORK IS PRESENTED AT "THE PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AND TAXATION "
JEREMY BENTHAM WITH HIS BOOK "THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS AND LEGISLATION" GAVE AN ETHICAL POINT OF VIEW TO THE PRESENTED ECONOMICAL THEORIES.HE IS THE FOUNDER OF UTILITARIANISM A THEORY WHICH MAIN PRINCIPLE WAS "the greatest good for the greatest number of people" OR "the greatest happiness principle" CALLED THE PRINCIPLE OF UTILITY.
CHARLES FOURIER,WROTE ABOUT THE UTOPIAN SOCIALISM,IN HIS WORK "Théorie des quatre mouvements et des destinées générales ",BEING ALSO THE FATHER OF FEMINISM.
SAINT SIMON BY HIS POLYGRAPHY,INFLUENCED LATER SOCIALIST THINKERS,BY HIS WORKS "L'Industrie","L'Organisateur","Du système industriel","Catéchisme des industriels","Nouveau Christianisme".
PIERRE JOSEPH PRUNDON CONSIDERED TO BE ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL ANARCHIST WRITERS CALLED HIMSELF AS A FEDERALIST.HE WROTE "Qu'est-ce que la propriété? Recherche sur le principe du droit et du gouvernement","The Confessions of a Revolutionary ".
ANDERS CHYDENIUS CONSIDERED TO BE THE FOUNDER OF LIBERALISM BY HIS WORK "The National Gain".
WE WOULD LIKE MENTIONING ALSO TO OUR SUMMARIZED PRESENTATION SOME VERY IMPORTANT FIGURES,LIKE THE ABOVE AND PREVIOUS MENTIONED WHO ALSO WORKED FOR THE PROGRESS OF THE MANKIND.FREDERICK MAURICE,JOHN GRAY,FERDINARD LASSALLE,EDUARD BERNSTEIN,FRIEDRICH ENGELS,KARL KAUTSKY,ROSA LUXEMBOURG,PLECHANOV GIORGI,MAX WEBER,GUSTAV DE MOLINARI,JOHN LAW AND LOTS OF OTHERS,WHO ARE MENTIONED AT OUR TITLED LINK.

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 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schools_of_economic_thought

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