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refutation of] the wage-fund theory, 1866.
Francis Davy Longe
|Series||A reprint of economic tracts, ed. by J.H. Hollander|
|Contributions||Fawcett, Henry, 1833-1884, Mill, John Stuart, 1806-1873|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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It is the ultimate scientific refutation of the “blank slate” theory promoted by leftist sociology. This book shows that inheritance determines all individual physical and psychological characteristics, including musical, artistic, literary, mechanical, mathematical, and memory retention abilities. The wages fund doctrine was an important element in the classical analysis of the labour market – elements of the wages fund doctrine are to be found in the Wealth of Nations in – and articles attempting to defend it were still being produced over a hundred years later. The wages fund doctrine began to take shape in the work of the early classical writers and became more rigid later.
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By Francis D. Longe, Author of " A Refutation of the Wage Fund Theory of Modern Political Economy," London, Manchester, Birmingham and Cheltenham [ 4 Introduction appeared Thornton's volume " On Labour," with a sharp attack upon the doctrine of the wage-fund.
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Reprint of edition pub. Lond., Longmans, Pages: Buy [A refutation of] the wage-fund theory, by Longe, Francis Davy, Fawcett, Henry, Mill, John Stuart (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Francis Davy Longe, Henry Fawcett, John Stuart Mill.
Longe also wrote a number of other books including: An Inquiry into the Law of 'Strikes', A Refutation of the Wage-Fund Theory of Modern Political Economy as enunciated by Mr.
Mill, MP and Mr. Fawcett, M.P., A Critical Examination of Mr. George's Progress & Poverty and Mr. Mill's Theory of Wages, Lowestoft in Olden Times, wage theory. In wage theory.
The wage-fund theory held that wages depended on the relative amounts of capital available for the payment of workers and the size of the labour force.
Wages increase only with an increase in capital or a decrease in the number of workers. Although the size of Read More. Wage fund theory of wage This theory is developed by classical economist named J.S Mill. According to Mill, wage level is determined by wage fund and the number of worker’s employed.
To pay the laborer, a wage fund is raised. Once the wage fund id rose, it is kept constant. The wage fund is distributed among the worker’s employed. 14 A Refutation of the Wage Fund Theory of Modern Political Economy as Enunciated by Mr. Mill and Mr. Fawcett (London, ), reprinted in Hollander, Jacob H., ed., A Reprint of Economic Tracts (Baltimore, ).
Longe himself was not an economist but a lawyer. Longe, F. () A Refutation of the Wage Fund Theory of Modern Political Economy as Enunciated by Mr. Mill and Mr. Fawcett. rpt. in J. Hollander, ed. A Reprint of Economic Tracts. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, (original pagination).
Google Scholar. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Longe, Francis Davy, Francis D. Longe on the wage-fund theory, [Baltimore, The Lord Baltimore press, ].
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vance and applicability of the classical wage fund doctrine. In the late s and early s, as Schumpeter (, ) puts it, "killing the wages fund doctrine became a favourite sport". Jenkin played an active role in the refutation of the wage fund doctrine and in the promotion 1.
Wage Fund theory • The amount of Wages Fund is fixed. Wages can’t be increased without decreasing the number of workers and vice versa. It is the Wages Fund which determines the demand for labour.
Wage Fund theory • However, the supply of labour can’t be changed at a. —The first challenge of the dominant theory of wages in England came from a barrister little known to fame, Mr.
Francis D. Longe, who, inissued a pamphlet entitled "A Refutation of the Wage-Fund theory of Modern Political Economy, as enunciated by. The wage-fund theory held that wages depended on the relative amounts of capital available for the payment of workers and the size of the labour force. Wages increase only with an increase in capital or a decrease in the number of workers.
Although the size of the wage fund could change over time, at any given moment it was fixed. Wage Fund Theory. Adam Smith developed this theory. The wage level is a function of surplus fund available’ with the employer: the higher the fund, the higher the wage. The focus is on the employer and his capacity to pay.
This theory has been criticized on the following grounds: The difference in wages. The Minimum-Wage Controversy inﬂuential book, Myth and Measurement: The New Economics of the Minimum Wage (hereafter cited as Myth).
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A Refutation of the Wage-Fund Theory (Classic Reprint) Hardcover – Sept. 17 Some years later, Francis A. Walker admitted that the obscurity of the pamphlet of may fairly be accepted in Mr.
Thornton's exculpation, and added If more were needed, the decided inferiority of his treatment of the subject ought to procure his acquittalAuthor: Francis D Longe. 84 The Wage-Fund Theory. [Jan.
Art. IV.? 1. Principles of Political Economy, with some of their Applications to Social Philosophy. By John Stuart Mill. London; 2. Elements of Political Economy. By Arthur Latham Perry, Professor of History and Political Economy in Williams College. New York. 3. A Refutation of the Wage-Fund Theory.
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