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Money, Capital, and Fluctuations

Early Essays

PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

1. THE MONETARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES AFTER THE RECOVERY FROM THE 1920 CRISIS (1925)
2. SOME REMARKS ON THE PROBLEM OF IMPUTATION (1926)
3. ON THE PROBLEM OF THE THEORY OF INTEREST (1927)
4. INTERTEMPORAL PRICE EQUILIBRIUM AND MOVEMENTS IN THE VALUE OF MONEY (1928)
5. THE FATE OF THE GOLD STANDARD (1932)
6. CAPITAL CONSUMPTION (1932)
7. ON 'NEUTRAL MONEY' (1933)
8. TECHNICAL PROGRESS AND EXCESS CAPACITY (1936)

Two reviews

MARGINAL UTILITY AND ECONOMIC CALCULATION (1925)
THE EXCHANGE VALUE OF MONEY (1929)

NAME INDEX

203 pages | © 1984

Economics and Business: Economics--General Theory and Principles, Economics--Money and Banking

Table of Contents

PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

1. THE MONETARY POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES AFTER THE RECOVERY FROM THE 1920 CRISIS (1925)
2. SOME REMARKS ON THE PROBLEM OF IMPUTATION (1926)
3. ON THE PROBLEM OF THE THEORY OF INTEREST (1927)
4. INTERTEMPORAL PRICE EQUILIBRIUM AND MOVEMENTS IN THE VALUE OF MONEY (1928)
5. THE FATE OF THE GOLD STANDARD (1932)
6. CAPITAL CONSUMPTION (1932)
7. ON 'NEUTRAL MONEY' (1933)
8. TECHNICAL PROGRESS AND EXCESS CAPACITY (1936)

Two reviews

MARGINAL UTILITY AND ECONOMIC CALCULATION (1925)
THE EXCHANGE VALUE OF MONEY (1929)

NAME INDEX

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