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" For the general prosperity, there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species is likely to find its way into the hands of those, who will best employ it... "
On Taxation: How it is Raised and how it is Expended - Página 132
de Leone Levi - 1860 - 255 páginas
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - 1821 - 538 páginas
...there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species...his land? it is because he has another employment in view in which his funds will be more productive. Why does another wish to purchase this same land...
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An Examination of Opinions Maintained in the "Essay on the Principles of ...

J. C. Ross - 1827
...there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species is likely to find its way into the hand of those who will best employ it, in increasing the productions of the country. Why does an industrious...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 4

1846
...hands of those who will employ it with the best effect in increasing the produce of the country. Why does an individual wish to sell his land ? it is because he has another employment in view in which his funds will be more productive. Why does another wish to purchase this same land?...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 4

1846
...hands of those who will employ it with the best effect in increasing the produce of the country. Why does an individual wish to sell his land ? it is because he has another employment in view in which his funds will be more productive. Why does another wish to purchase this same land?...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 9

1849
...general form in my last pnpf;r : I shall now support it by the opinions of two distinguished economists. 'Why,' asks M. Say, 'does an individual wish to sell...his land? It is because he has another employment in view, in which his funds will be more productive. Why does another wish to purchase this same land...
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A Treatise on the Principles and Practical Influence of Taxation and the ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1863 - 524 páginas
...to make it find its way into the hands of those who will employ it most advantageously. " Why," asks Say, " does an individual wish to sell his land ? It is because he has another employment in view in which his funds will be more productive. Why does another wish to purchase this same land...
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The Economy of Consumption: An Omitted Chapter in Political Economy

Robert Scott Moffat - 1878 - 663 páginas
...the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of even,' species is likely to find its way into the hands of...increasing the productions of the country.' ' Why,' asks Mr. Say, ' does an individual wish to sell his land ? It is because he has another employment in view...
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The Works of David Ricardo

David Ricardo, John Ramsay McCulloch - 1886 - 584 páginas
...there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species..." Why," asks M. Say, " does an individual wish to eell his land ? it is because he has another employment in view in which his funds will be more productive....
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Tax Policy in Developing Countries, Volume 19

Javad Khalilzadeh-Shirazi, Anwar Shah - 1991 - 252 páginas
...there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species...of those who will best employ it in increasing the production of the economy." Tb« Principles QfPolUtea¡BcononyandTaxaaon,qpMledtaBM(.í974: 74). 15....
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The Economics of the Estate Tax: A Study

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee, United States, United States Government Printing Office - 1999 - 66 páginas
...there cannot be too much facility given to the conveyance and exchange of all kinds of property, as it is by such means that capital of every species...best employ it in increasing the productions of the country.71 Finally, and most importantly, the estate tax is a tax on capital, and as such it reduces...
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