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Samuel Mountifort Longfield (1802 – November 21, 1884) was an Irish lawyer, judge, mathematician, and academic. He was the first Professor of Political Economy at Trinity College, Dublin. He was son of Mountifort Longfield, vicar of Desert Serges (Desert Magee), County Cork, and his wife Grace, daughter of William Lysaght of Fort William and Mount North, Co. Cork

The economic writings of Mountifort Longfield. Mountifort Longfield's Lectures on Political Economy has generally been characterised as a highly original precursor of the ury marginalist economic framework

The economic writings of Mountifort Longfield. Mountifort Longfield's Lectures on Political Economy has generally been characterised as a highly original precursor of the ury marginalist economic framework. Focussing on Longfield's discussion of value and utility, this paper shows that he was actually using a variant of the Classical framework that was quite different from that of marginalism. Far from exhibiting any substantive originality, the analysis owed a good deal to texts such as J. R. McCulloch's Principles of Political Economy.

Mountifort Longfield, Irish judge, economist, and the first professor of political economy at. .The History of Parliament - Biography of Mountifort Longfield.

Mountifort Longfield, Irish judge, economist, and the first professor of political economy at Trinity College, Dublin. In his varied career, Longfield served as a property lawyer, a professor of law at Trinity College (1834), and a judge of the Irish landed estates court. Longfield was optimistic about future economic growth, and, contrary to Malthus, he believed that technical progress in agriculture would offset the effects of increased population. Such optimism turned out to be justified.

Samuel Mountifort Longfield was an Irish lawyer and economist. Samuel Mountifort Longfield. 1802 (age 82). County Cork, Munster, Ireland. He was the first Professor of Political Economy at Trinity College Dublin. His most important work in economics was "Lectures on Political Economy", which was published in 1834. lieutenant was unusual for its time and was only rediscovered after 1900.

Reprinted in Essays in Persuasion, The Collected Writings of John . Longfield, Mountifort. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

Reprinted in Essays in Persuasion, The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes, 9: 272-94. London: Macmillan for the Royal Economic Society, 1972. Lectures on Political Economy: Delivered in Trinity and Michaelmas Terms, 1833. Dublin: Richard Milliken and Son, 1834. Reprints of Scarce Tracts No. 8. London: London School of. Economics, 1931.

The economic writings of Mountifort Longfield. Early economic thought. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Clifton: Augustus M. Kelley. Principles of economics. The scholastic analysis of usury. Some new principles on the subject of political economy. In John Rae: Political economist, ed.

Mountifort Longfield is an arresting name. The economic writings of Mountifort Longfield. M. D. Longfield, R. Collison Black. He was born in 1802, son of the Reverend Mountifort Longfield, in a place with another unusual name, Desert Serges of Desert Magee (near Mallow). He was brought up firmly entrenched in Burke's landed gentry, and, like so many of his peers, on leaving school he went to . In 1823, he took his degree in science and was one of the early gold medalists of the College.

Longfield, Samuel Mountifort. Supplementary bibliography

Longfield, Samuel Mountifort. Supplementary bibliography. Samuel Mountifort Longfield (1802–1884), the Irish jurist, had only a brief career as a professional economist; he was the first occupant of the chair of political economy at Trinity College, Dublin, that Richard Whately founded when he was made archbishop of Dublin. Longfield held this professorship from 1832 to 1836 and then resigned to pursue a legal career. His work certainly deserved belated recognition, even though it had not become part of the mainstream of economic thought, for in some aspects of that work, he was thirty-even sixty-years ahead of his time.

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A collected edition of Longfield's economic contributions with an introduction and bibliography by R.D. Collison-Black. Lectures on Political Economy (1834) formulated a theory of profits determined by the marginal productivity of physical capital and a theory of wages determined by the specific productivity of the laborer. In Lectures on Commerce (1833) Longfield anticipated several later developments in international trade theory. "The three volumes of lectures ... have since been recognized as containing contributions to economic theory of outstanding originality." The New Palgrave. "He overhauled the whole of economic theory and produced a system that would have stood up well in 1890." J.A. Schumpeter History of Economic Analysis