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In a letter written on 24 January, 1865 to Schewitzer, Marx, commenting on the work of Proudhon, observed Take, for instance, Malthus's book on population. In its first edition it was nothing but a sensational pamphlet and yet what a stimulus was produced by this libel on the human race.
The purpose of this article is to suggest a solution to the quandary from which the economist appears unable or unwilling to extricate himself. The quandary is his own production. On the one hand, the economist is jealous of his position as scientist, a disinterested pursuer of the truth, and on...
The term social economics has been in currency ever since J.S. Mill coined the phrase to cover the inductive study of the groups and social unions that man forms, guided by the principle of social altruism, to conduct his economic relationships. Although Mill rejected this approach in favour of...
VI. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population IUSSP The IUSSP is a nonprofit, scientific organisation founded in 1928. Its primary objective is the advancement of the sciences of demography.
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