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Acknowledgements ; 1. Reputation ; 2. Life ; 3. Population: the first Essay ; 4. Population: the second Essay ; 5. From population to political economy ; 6. The political economy of stable growth ; 7. Conclusion ; References ; Further reading
Donald Winch is Emeritus Professor of Intellectual History at the University of Sussex. His previous publications include studies of classical political economy, the relationship of economics and policy during the twentieth century, including Adam Smith's Politics (1978), (with Stefan Collini and John Burrow) That Noble Science of Politics (1983), and Riches and Poverty: An Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1750-1834 and Wealth and Life: Essays on the Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1848-1914.
With population growth and food availability remaining major economic and social issues today, it is little wonder that Malthus ideas continue to resonate. This accessible and thorough clarification of his ideas is therefore as timely and relevant as ever. * Nicholas J. McMeniman, Australian Commonwealth Government, Political Studies Review *