Author:William Forster Lloyd

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William Forster Lloyd
(1794–1852)
British economics academic; professor of political economy, student of Christ Church

Works[edit]

  • Lecture on the Notion of Value, as distinguished not only from utility, but also from value in exchange, 1833.
  • Open book nae 02.svg Two Lectures on the Checks to Population, 1833.
  • Four Lectures on Poor-Laws, 1835
  • Two Lectures on the Justice of the Poor-Laws and One Lecture on Rent, 1837.
  • Lectures on Population, Value, Poor Laws and Rent, 1837.

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