Definition of Ricardianism in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌnizəm/


See Ricardian

‘As historian Barry Gordon has pointed out, there is a lively opposition to Say's Law and the rule of Ricardianism in the economic press throughout the early and mid-nineteenth century.’
  • ‘As Hilton points out, the posing of this question marks the end merely of the sway of Ricardianism in such technical economic questions as value, rent, and wages.’