Steady State Capital Theory

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ISBN: 978-3-540-05582-2 (Print) 978-3-642-80646-9 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-iii

  2. Preface

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      Chapter

      Pages 1-3

      Preface

  3. Capital Theory without Capital (Preliminaries to Capital Theory)

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      Chapter

      Pages 4-8

      The Static Input-Output Model without Substitution

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      Chapter

      Pages 8-11

      The Static Input-Output Model with Substitution

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      Chapter

      Pages 11-14

      The Static Input-Output Model with more than One Nonproducible Factor of Production

  4. Circulating Capital

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      Chapter

      Pages 15-18

      A One Sector Model

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      Chapter

      Pages 18-22

      Many Goods, no Substitution

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      Chapter

      Pages 22-31

      Dated Labour Inputs and the Theory of Value and Exploitation

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      Chapter

      Pages 32-36

      Dated Labour Inputs and the Period of Production

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      Chapter

      Pages 36-39

      Böhm-Bawerks Law of Increased Productivity of Increased Round aboutness. The Point-Input - Point Output Model

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      Chapter

      Pages 40-47

      The Period of Production in More General Models

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      Chapter

      Pages 47-52

      Substitution. Switching of Techniques

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      Chapter

      Pages 53-60

      The Dynamic Nonsubstitution Theorem. Generalization of the Elasticity of Substitution.

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      Chapter

      Pages 60-66

      Wicksell Effect. Marginal Productivity of Capital

  5. Fixed Capital

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      Chapter

      Pages 67-72

      Machines

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      Chapter

      Pages 72-78

      The General Case of Joint Production and a General Nonsubstitution Theorem

  6. General Equilibrium of Steady States

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      Chapter

      Pages 79-96

      General Equilibrium of Steady States

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 97-104