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Bicentenario de los Principios de David Ricardo

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Hace exactamente 200 años David Ricardo publicó la primera edición de sus Principios de economía política y tributación. La ocasión es un buen pretexto para aprender y reflexionar sobre la persona del autor, las circunstancias en las cuales escribió la citada obra, sus ideas principales y la polvareda que generó. El paso del tiempo es inexorable. ¿De cuántos de los libros de economía publicados en 1817 nos acordamos un par de siglos después? El paso del tiempo también corrige la influencia de “detalles” que no fueron tales en su época. Antonio Salieri –un buen músico- consiguió trabajo estable, no su contemporáneo Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, pero en la actualidad, ¿cuánta música escuchamos, escrita por uno y otro?

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  • Juan Carlos de Pablo, 2017. "Bicentenario de los Principios de David Ricardo," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 607, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:607
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