The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo

@inproceedings{Ricardo1952TheWA,
  title={The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo},
  author={D. Ricardo and Piero Sraffa and M. Dobb},
  year={1952}
}
David Ricardo was born in London in 1772. His father, a successful stockbroker, introduced him to the Stock Exchange at the formative age of fourteen. During his career in finance, he amassed a personal fortune, which allowed him to retire at the age of forty-two. Thereafter, he pursued a political career and further developed his economic ideas and policy proposals. A man of very little formal education, Ricardo arguably became, with the exception of Adam Smith, the most influential political… Expand
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