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  1. Per·rin, Jean Baptiste

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    • 1. (1870–1942), French physical chemist. He provided the definitive proof of the existence of atoms, proved that cathode rays are negatively charged, and investigated Brownian motion. Nobel Prize for Physics (1926).
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  3. J.-B. Say | French economist | Britannica

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    J.-B. Say, in full Jean-Baptiste Say, (born January 5, 1767, Lyon, France—died November 15, 1832, Paris), French economist, best known for his law of markets, which postulates that supply creates its own demand. After completing his education, Say worked briefly for an insurance company and then as a journalist. In 1794 he became an editor of a new magazine dedicated to the ideas of the ...

  4. Who Was Jean-Baptiste Say? - Investopedia

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    Jean-Baptiste Say: A French classical, liberal economist and scholar. Jean-Baptiste Say is known for his contribution to Say's Law of Markets and for his work on "A Treatise On Political Economy ...

  5. Jean-Baptiste Say - New World Encyclopedia

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    Jean-Baptiste Say. Jean-Baptiste Say (January 5, 1767 – November 15, 1832) was a French economist and businessman. He had classically liberal views and argued in favor of competition, free trade, and lifting restraints on business. His most significant contribution is the thesis, known as "Say's Law," that supply creates its own demand.

  6. Jean-Baptiste Say - Econlib

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    Jean-Baptiste Say. 1767-1832. F rench economist J. B. Say is most commonly identified with Say’s Law, which states that supply creates its own demand. Over the years Say’s Law has been embroiled in two kinds of controversy—the first over its authorship, the second over what it means and, given each meaning, whether it is true.

  7. Life and Works of Jean-Baptiste Say - Econlib

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    Say’s Life (1767-1832) Jean-Baptiste Say ZOOM Picture of Jean-Baptiste Say courtesy of The Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection at Duke University. Jean-Baptiste Say was born in Lyons on January 5, 1767 and died in Paris on November 15, 1832. Say was the leading French political economist in the first third of the 19th century. […]

  8. ¿Quién fue Jean-Baptiste Say y cuáles fueron sus aportes a la...

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    Jean-Baptiste Say tiene mucho que ofrecer a cualquier lector, sea economista o no. Vio muchas verdades importantes con claridad y escribió sobre ellas con pasión y lucidez. Say una vez que llamó a la economía «esta ciencia hermosa y, sobre todo, útil». (Say 1803, 450). Dejó la economía más hermosa y más útil de lo que la había ...

  9. Say's Law of Markets Theory and Implications Explained - ...

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    Say's Law Of Markets: The Say's law of markets is an economic rule that says that production is the source of demand. According to Say's Law, when an individual produces a product or service, he ...

  10. A Treatise on Political Economy | Mises Institute

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    A Treatise on Political Economy_5.pdf. Jean-Baptiste Say (1767-1832) has been described as a revolutionary, an author of scholarly books and popular tracts, a social philosopher, a successful entrepreneur and a remarkable Renaissance man. Above all, however, he was a great economist. He might best be described as a proto-Austro-Misesian, the ...

  11. Jean-Baptiste Say | Mises Institute

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    History of the Austrian School of Economics Private Property Production Theory. 08/30/2008Mises Daily Articles Jean-Baptiste Say. "No benefit results from the mere expenditure of the money [on public works], nor the employment of the workmen employed on its construction; for, if this money had remained in the hands of the contributors, it would ...

  12. Jean-Baptiste Say and His Timeless Law of Markets

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    What Jean-Baptiste Say is, perhaps, most famous for is what has become known as “Say’s Law,” the fundamental idea being that market demand is dependent on market-based supply. He argued that money, most certainly, is an extremely valuable medium through which goods and services may be traded, and without which many potentially mutually ...