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Daniel Raymond (1820): A US economist who inspired Friedrich List, with notes on other forerunners of List from the English-speaking periphery
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Daniel Raymond (1820): A US economist who inspired Friedrich List, with notes on other forerunners of List from the English-speaking periphery

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(15. Juli 2016)

 
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Not unexpectedly, as England’s industrial power and the related “free trade imperialism” grew increasingly stronger, defensive reactions mounted in the economic periphery. In this context – after the English Industrial Revolution – “periphery” came to mean everyone but England itself. Obviously Continental Europe was eager to catch up with England, and nearly everyone understood this could not be done under free trade, but that this movement also had its counterpart in the English-speaking world is not that well known. Opposition to English trade policy and to the teachings of Adam Smith grew quite strong also in Ireland, Scotland and, more obviously, in the former colony the United States The main part of the chapter, a comparison of Friedrich List’s work and that of US economist Daniel Raymond (1786-1849) in 18201, is taken from pamphlet by Charles Patrick Neill, published by Johns Hopkins University Press in 1896: Daniel Raymond: An Early Chapter in the History of Economic Theory in the United States. It is interesting to note that Raymond’s main inspiration in turn seems to have come from another English-language economist from the economic periphery: the Scotsman Earl Lauderdale (1759-1839).


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