Edwin Cannan

Wealth: A Brief Explanation of the Causes of Economic Wealth

Edwin Cannan was not only a British economist and historian of economic thought, but also a professor at the London School of Economics. In this book he has managed to make room for some very fundamental matters which are often ignored in general treatises of moderate length. He refers especially to the hereditary character of inequalities of income, the inferiority of women's earnings, and the differences in the wealth of different “countries” or “nations.”
276 printed pages
Original publication



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