Say’s Law or Say’s Law of Markets is a principle attributed to French businessman and economist Jean-Baptiste Say, stating that there can be no demand without supply.
- Say's law on Wikipedia
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- Say's Law: Were (Are) The Critics Right (pdf), by William L. Anderson
- Lord Keynes and Say's Law by Ludwig von Mises
- A Rehabilitation of Say's Law (pdf), W.H.Hutt
- Say's Law in Context by Peter Anderson, July 2003
- Understanding Say’s Law of Markets by Steven Horwitz, January 1997