John Stuart Mill
was a British philosopher and economist and is renowned for being the responsible thinker who completed the system of classical economics. His central goal was a more just market economy. The highly gifted student wrote his first overview over the complete field of economics at the age of thirteen. In his central book “Principles of Economy with some of their Applications to social Philosophy”, Mill treats questions of basic pensions, wages, prices and taxes and resumes the approaches of Adam Smith, Thomas Robert Malthus and David Ricardo.
- Principles of Economy with some of their Applications to Social Philosophy
The ideas of John Stuart Mill influenced the following concepts:
- History of Thought on Nature and Economy
- Homo Oeconomicus and Homo Politicus
- Introducing MINE
- Justice & Sustainability