Following his success with his work on population, Malthus published often from his economics position on the faculty at the East India College at Haileybury. He was not only respected in his time by contemporaneous intellectuals for his clarity of thought and willingness to focus on the evidence at hand, but he was also an engaging writer capable of presenting logical and mathematical concepts succinctly and clearly. In addition to writing principles texts and articles on timely topics such as the corn laws, he wrote in many venues summarizing his initial works on population, including a summary essay in theEncyclopædia Britannica on population.
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Excellent work Malthus, terrible job to whoever made this copy
Although the work of Malthus is excellent and groundbreaking, whoever made this version of it forgot to include some pages. For example, pages 53-60 are either missing or only partially there. I hate to give this work only 2 stars but it's all I can spare it.