Capital and Interest Theory

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13 Illustrations of the Benevolence of Capitalism

U.S. EconomyCapital and Interest TheoryMonopoly and CompetitionProduction TheoryValue and Exchange

11/20/2018Mises Daily Articles
If allowed to function freely, capitalism is hard-wired to distribute resources to as many people as possible at affordable prices. You don't have to be rich to participate in the bounty.
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Richard Cantillon: An Introduction

Capital and Interest TheoryOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

09/22/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
Jevons called Cantillon's Essai the "Cradle of Political Economy." It was one of the few books quoted by Adam Smith and it deserves reading by any serious thinker of political economy today.
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Who Is Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk?

Capital and Interest TheoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

08/13/2018Audio/Video
A member of the “second generation of the Austrian school of economics,” Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk (1851–1914) and his works are discussed by Peter Klein.
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New-Product Research and Development: The Earliest Stage of the Capital Structure

Business CyclesCapital and Interest Theory

07/30/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Deepening the understanding of the capital structure by unpacking the process that coordinates capital within the new-product R&D stage of the capital structure is the purpose of this paper.
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A Comparison of Investment and Cash Building of Savings: A Rejoinder

Capital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory

04/03/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This paper looks at the differences between investment and cash building and if either one offers additional benefits.
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Is Garrison's Notion of "Secular Growth" Compatible With the Solow Growth Literature?

Capital and Interest TheoryOther Schools of Thought

04/02/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The present paper clarifies ambiguities from earlier discussions of whether Garrison’s usage of “secular growth” is more likely to resonate with a neoclassical or Austrian reader.
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