“Political Economy, like the exact sciences, is composed of a small number of fundamental principles and a great many corollaries that follow from these principles. . . . These principles are not the work of men; they derive from the nature of things. They are not established; they are found. They govern lawmakers and princes, who never violate them with impunity.” – Jean Baptiste Say
A classic of political economy, on par with Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, that puts the entrepreneur at the center of the economic process.