Ricardian

Ricardian may refer to:

  • A follower of Ricardian economics, namesake of economist David Ricardo (1772–1823)
  • Ricardian (Richard III), a supporter of the thesis that Richard III of England was a "good king"

Other articles related to "ricardian":

Anti-consumerism - Politics and Society - Alternatives To Mainstream Economic Concepts
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Ricardian Socialism
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Bruno Hildebrand - Further Reading
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Ricardian Equivalence
... The Ricardian equivalence proposition (also known as the Barro–Ricardo equivalence theorem) is an economic theory holding that consumers internalize the government's budget ... Consequently, Ricardian equivalence suggests that it does not matter whether a government finances its spending with debt or a tax increase, because ...
Government Budget Balance - Deficit Spending - Ricardian Equivalence
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