In the second section of Great Economists, we will continue looking at early economists and thinkers before Adam Smith. We'll be discussing Richard Cantillon's importance as a monetary theorist, Anne-Marie-Jacques Turgot writings on the distribution of riches (land, capital, and labor), Francois Quesnay's quantitative economic model he referred to as the "Tableau économique" and David Hume's thoughts on interest, trade, taxes, public debt and money.