Fundamentación de los derechos de propiedad: clásicos y modernos

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Michel Zouboulakis

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La historia de un concepto a veces descubre representaciones mentales y expresiones particulares que revelan desarrollos teóricos distintos. Aunque el análisis económico de los derechos de propiedad fue iniciado a comienzos de los años sesenta por Alchian, Coase y Demsetz, el concepto era conocido para los economistas clásicos. En su sentido amplio, la definición de derechos de propiedad estaba presente en las Lecturas sobre jurisprudencia de Adam Smith. Evolucionó notablemente con Ricardo, Senior y J. S. Mill. Recordar las ideas de los clásicos acerca de los derechos de propiedad y del uso de los factores de producción –trabajo, tierra y capital– y su producto mejorará en forma visible el debate actual.

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