Vanderlint, J (d. 1740)
 オランダ出身の商人。イギリスに帰化してロンドンに住んだ。下記の著書によってのみ知られる。『貨幣万能』Money answers all things..., London, 1734。書名に反して次のような積極的な内容を持つ。貨幣数量説と国際間における貨幣量の自動的調節機能論(平準化)とをはじめて結合させて重商主義の貿易差額説を批判し,スミスの先駆者として自由貿易論を唱えた。また勤労大衆の立場からその生活水準の上昇を土地独占の制限によって計ろうとし,一方これに基づく穀価と名目賃金との下落によって商品の外国市場を守ろうとした。さらに土地単税論をも唱えている。ロックの影響が大きいが,原始的蓄積の進行によって没落して行く独立農民層のラディカルな抵抗のエネルギーが反映し,ウィッグ体制への批判の態度がつよい。反時流的の性格のために同時代に印象を与え得なかったが,マルクスヒュームがこの書の内容をひそかに継承したことを指摘している。(学)


Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (socsci.mcmaster.ca)
Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (ecn.bris.ac.uk)
Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (unimelb.edu.au)


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