undergraduate thesis
J.S. mill and the peak of classical school

Danijela Malić (2017)
University of Pula
Faculty of economics and tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković"
Metadata
TitleJ.S. Mill i vrhunac klasične škole
AuthorDanijela Malić
Mentor(s)Daniel Tomić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
John Stuart Mill intelektualna je figura 19. stoljeća, nastala strogim odgojem svoga oca. Neumorno se zanimao za „sve i svašta“. Utilitarizam pisaca klasičnog liberalizma nastojao je uskladiti sa socijalnim načelima. Svoj intelekt pokušao prikazati u djelu koje će naći svoju praktičnu primjenu, a kvalitetom odgovarati „Bogatstvu naroda“. Uvidio je da do podizanja efikasnije strukture, mora prvo razrušiti dio po dio stare, jer probleme i zadaće javne uprave nije moguće riješiti bez uplitanja države, laissez faire smatra općim pravilom za upravljanje ekonomskim poslovima države. Za razliku od Ricarda i Smitha, napustio je pesimizam vezan za stacionarno stanje. Optimizam pokazao i kod Malthusovog zakona populacije. Međutim, kod teorije nadnica smatra da se ukupna svota kapitala namijenjena za plaćanje radnika, uz poznati broj stanovnika i investirani kapital, ne može mijenjati osim u slučaju nove investicije u proizvodnju i povećanje broja stanovnika, bio je i pesimističniji od Ricarda. Millov je rad strogo pozitivistički okvir, nauke svojih učitelja nastojao uklopiti u socijalno-političke misli razvoja budućnosti.
Keywordsintellectual figure laissez faire optimism positivistic framework
Parallel title (English)J.S. mill and the peak of classical school
Committee MembersLela Tijanić (committee chairperson)
Daniel Tomić (committee member)
Saša Stjepanović (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Pula
Lower level organizational unitsFaculty of economics and tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković"
PlacePula
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Economics
General Economy
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeEconomics
Academic title abbreviationbac.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-02-14
Parallel abstract (English)
John Stuart Mill is an intellectual figure of the 19th century, became what he was by the strict upbringing of his father. He was interested in „anything and everything". He tried to reconcile utilitarianism of classical liberalism writers with social principles. He tried to write the book which will find practical application with the quality that will match "Wealth of Nations". He saw that raising the efficient structures must start with bringing down old parts of it, because the problems and tasks of public administration can not be solved without state interference. He considers laissez faire as a general rule for the management of economic of the country. Unlike Ricardo and Smith, he left the pessimism about the steady state. He continues with optimism also in Malthus`s population law. However, in the theory of wages, he considers that the total amount of capital must be intended for the payment of workers, with the known population and invested capital. It can not be changed except in the case of new investments in production or population increase. He was more pessimistic than Ricardo at it. Mill's work is strictly positivist framework, knowledge of his teachers that he tried to fit into the social and political thought of the future development.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)intelektualna figura laissez faire optimizam pozitivistički okvir
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:137:722548
CommitterTihana Gerić