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Map Test Political Europe
Map Test for He contended that whenever government tried to legislate a wage rate, it usually failed to do it properly. W 907 David Ricardo (1772 1823). Like Smith, David RICARDO was concerned with how nations became prosperous, he believed that the law of distribution was determined by the wages that workers received, the profits commanded by the capitalists, and rents collected by landowners. Ricardo’s Labor Theory of Value, which greatly influenced Karl MARX, stated that the wage rate was determined by the cost of food, which in turn was based on the costs of production. It followed, then, that the cost of labor to produce a product influenced overall production costs. In 1817, in the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, Ricardo developed what became known as his iron law of wages. He maintained that increases in population produced a greater supply of labor, which in turn caused wages to fall below a subsistence level, where they tended to stabilize. Map Test 2016.