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  1. Introduction
  2. Classical School: Brief study
  3. Physiocracy
  4. Liberalism
  5. Growth of capitalism
  6. Conclusion

The classical school was founded by Smith and Ricardo and Malthus and was developed by Stuart Mill, Mc Culloch, Seniar and French Jean Bapteste Say. When the Classical School was centralized, the theoretical approach on the issue of value ended up getting a full scientific character, so that the only original source was identified in work in general.

The school also used as other deductive methods, materialism and concern to simplify and generalize economic propositions. This was based on physiological principles of liberalism, individualism, and established the principles of free competition that influenced the bourgeois revolutionary thought.
One of the classic characteristics of the school is to emphasize the production relegating the background, consumption and demand, consider to riches goods that have exchange value.

[...] Classical School: Brief study The classical school was founded by Smith and Ricardo and Malthus was developed by Stuart Mill, Mc Culloch, Seniar and French Jean Bapteste Say. When the Classical School has centralized the theoretical approach on the issue of value and ended up getting a full scientific character, so that the only original source was identified in work in general. The school also used other deductive methods, materialism and concern to simplify and generalize economic propositions. Was based on physiological principles of liberalism, individualism, and established the principles of free competition that influenced the bourgeois revolutionary thought. [...]


[...] The guidelines of the most important international economic and financial bodies such as the IMF and GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade), contradict the principles of classical liberalism. Bibliography SANDRONI, Paul. Dictionary of Economics of the century. XXI. Ed.Record FUSFELD, Daniel R. The era of the Economist. Ed. Saraiva Beans, Ricardo. History of Economic Thought. Ed. [...]


[...] free enterprise and competition as basic principles to harmonize individual and collective interests, generating the social process. According to the principle of laissez-faire, there is no place for economic state action, which should only ensure free competition and the right to private property, when it is threatened. The liberal thought is in the process of the Industrial Revolution, with authors such as François Quesnay, structuring with definitive doctrine of the work of John Stuart Mill, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Thomas Malthus, JB Say and F. [...]

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