The Liberalism of Jean Baptiste Say
, his Disciples and the Political Economy in Spain
He describes his methodology, then offers a chronologically arranged retrospective survey beginning with Aristotle and ending with Jean Baptiste Say
(1767-1832), Knut Wicksell, and metallism and chartalism.
Entin's course reviews the intellectual roots of Supply-side Economics, dating to 18th century political economists Adam Smith and Jean Baptiste Say
, and shows how this approach to economics derives from the basic workings of the economy, beginning with the fundamental observation that income is the reward for the production of goods and services by people who supply labor and capital services.