The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

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Lloyd, William Forster (1794–1852)

  • Barry Gordon
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-349-95189-5_900

Abstract

Lloyd was Drummond Professor of Political Economy at the University of Oxford from 1832 to 1837. During those years he delivered a series of lectures which display marked originality and willingness to differ from the current canons of received wisdom among political economists. Twelve of the lectures were published. The manuscripts of the remaining lectures, approximately 24 in number, have not been found (Romano 1977).

Keywords

Concentration of ownership Justice Labour power Lloyd, W. F. Marginal utility theory of value Class Poor Law Poverty Subsistence wage 

JEL Classifications

B31 
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  • Barry Gordon
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