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England"s treasure by foreign trade
|Statement||by Thomas Mun.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii p., l leaf, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
England's treasure by foreign trade, or, The balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure by: Mun, Thomas, Published: () England's treasure by foreign trade, or, The ballance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure by: Mun, Thomas, Published: (). View Notes - d's treasure from ECON at McGill University. Thomas Mun: Englands Treasure by Foreign Trade () Preface: Why was .
England's Treasure by Foreign Trade belongs to both of these genres; it is a book wherein Mun gives advice to his son about being a good merchant and about the creation of wealth. It was probably written in , but not published until , twenty-three years after Mun's death. England Treasure by foreign trade What does Thomas Mun argue for and defend in the Englands Treasure by Foreign Trade book? He is saying that the English East India Trading company is a good thing because it allows us to get what we might otherwise not be able to get.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. England's treasure by foreign trade by Thomas Mun, , Kelley edition, in English England's treasure by foreign trade ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: England's treasure by foreign trade by Thomas Mun; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Balance of trade, Commerce, Commercial policy, Early works to , Economics, Mercantile system; Places: Great Britain.
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43 rows To readers of to-day the treatise here reprinted is known chiefly by the account of its argument given by Adam Smith (Wealth of Nations, bk. iv, ch. Englands treasure by foreign trade book, and by his happy remark that "the title of Mun's book, England's Treasure in (sic) Foreign Trade, became a fundamental maxim in the political economy, not of England only, but of all other.
Other articles where England’s Treasure by Forraign Trade is discussed: Thomas Mun: of Mun’s ideas appears in England’s Treasure by Forraign Trade, a book that.
“THE FOUNDER OF THE MERCANTILE SYSTEM OF POLITICAL ECONOMY”: ENGLAND’S TREASURE BY FOREIGN TRADE,HANDSOMELY BOUND. MUN, Thomas. England’s Treasure by Foreign Trade; or, The Balance of Our Foreign Trade Is the Rule of Our Treasure. London: J. Morphew, Octavo, 19th-century three-quarter burgundy morocco, marbled boards and.
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Merchant, and now published for the Common good by his son John Mun of Bearsted in the County of Kent, Esquire. London.
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According to Mun, foreign trade was the best way to increase the wealth of a nation. More specifically, it was necessary for exports to exceed imports.
All other corrective economic policies were secondary. As he says in England's Treasure by Foreign Trade, we must "sell more. Buy England's treasure by foreign trade.
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Mun, Thomas,Mun, John. London: Printed by J.G. for Thomas Clark, Subject terms. Trade with the East Indies, Mun argued, was a source of wealth for England. Mun’s most famous work, England’s Treasure by Foreign Trade, was not published until after his death in It was most likely written by Mun in the ’s, but was only published posthumously by his son John.
England's treasure by foreign trade, or, The balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure. England's treasure by foreign trade: or, The balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure. Thomas Mun. Printed by R. and A. Foulis, - Balance of trade.
England's Treasure by Forraign Trade. First edition of the bible of mercantilism and the first exposition of the theory of the balance of trade. "For those who want to read a single example of mercantilist writing, it is difficult to better Thomas Mun's England's Treasure by Forraign Trade, completed in and published posthumously in Adam Smith at any rate regarded it as perfectly.
The Navigation Acts were designed to promote British trade with the colonies at the expense of colonial trade with the French and Spanish. This practice best exhibits. In this quotation from England's Treasure by Foreign Trade, Thomas Mun is referring to which system.
Thomas Mun, England\us Treasure 1 Thomas Mun, Englands Treasure by Forraign Trade. or The Ballance of our Forraign Trade is The Rule of our Treasure Written by Thomas Mun of Lond. Merchant, and now published for the Common good by his son John Mun of Bearsted in the County of Kent, Esquire.
London, Printed by J.G. for Thomas Clark, and are. From: Thomas Mun, England's Treasure by Forraign Trade (London, ) Scanned by Jerome S. Arkenberg, Cal. State Fullerton. The text has been modernized by Prof. Arkenberg. This text is part of the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts for introductory level classes in. Thomas Mun, (baptized JLondon, England—died c. J ), English writer on economics who gave the first clear and vigorous statement of the theory of the balance of trade.
Mun came into public prominence in England during the economic depression of Many people had blamed the East India Company for the economic downturn because the company financed its trade. monetary view he had set forth in the Discourse of Trade and towards a more simplistic analysis.
By the spring of i he had arrived at the rigid posture, later to develop into the theme of England's Treasure, that the only answer to the crisis was a pronounced improvement in the balance of tradeFull text of "England's treasure by forraign trade.
" See other formats. In addition, Mun wrote his book, “England’s Treasure by Forraign Trade” around A point-by-point repudiation of the arguments of Malynes and his school was shown in this book. Malynes believed that instead of commercial operations affecting foreign exchange rates, rates were manipulated by bankers operating for their own gain.