Two vols, 8vo, pp. 420; [iv], 503,  errata; a few minor blemishes, but a very nice copy, attractively bound in contemporary full marbled calf, gilt fillet, spines decorated gilt with star device, gilt morocco lettering- and numbering-pieces, insignificant worming to lower joint of vol. I at head.
US $866 €742
First edition, a very nice set. ‘Cet imporant ouvrage sur les recettes publiques contient une histoire financière et une théorie de l’impôt. Ganilh passe rapidement sur la partie historique et traite de la science du revenu public en 4 livres: législation et administration, dépenses publiques, contributions, comptabilité. En faveur de l’industrie et du bien-être, ainsi que pour une harmonie entre les consommations individuelles et sociales, mais contre le populationnisme agricole et l’impôt direct’ (INED).
Ganilh (1758–1836) ‘was a mercantilist with considerable modifications, due no doubt largely to his extensive acquaintance with the economic literature of his own time’ (Palgrave).
Goldsmiths’ 19270; INED 1953; Kress B.5046; this edition not in Einaudi.
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