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In his fourth edition of Elements d'economie politique pure (1900), Leon Walras introduced the device of written pledges to eliminate path dependency: sellers of products and services write out commitments to supply certain quantities at suggested prices with no commodities actually produced and supplied until a set of prices is found at which supply and demand are equal simultaneously in every market. This brought about very serious alterations to the character of the book. Unfortunately, these changes resulted in an incomplete, internally contradictory, and occasionally incoherent text. This translation, therefore, by two leading scholars of Leon Walras' work, Donald Walker and Jan van Daal, revisits the third edition of this seminal work, including Walras' brilliant explanation of his comprehensive model, with all its richness derived from reality. Growing research into Walras' work indicates that it was this third edition that contained his best theoretical research and a translation of this edition of the book is now a necessity. 'Walras's theory of general economic equilibrium has inspired many great economists, from Pareto, Wicksell, Fisher, and Schumpeter to Hicks, Samuelson, Arrow, Hahn, and Debreu. It is therefore highly welcome that the third and finest edition of Walras's opus magnum, Elements, for the first time is made available in an excellent English edition thanks to Donald Walker and Jan van Daal, two leading Walrasian scholars.' Harald Hagemann, University of HohenheimTranslators' introduction; Part I. Objects and Divisions of Economics: 1. Adam Smith's and J.-B. Say's definitions; 2. Distinction between science, the arts, and ethics; 3. Social wealth; 4. The fact of industry and applied economics; Part II. Theory of Exchange: 5. The market and competition; 6. Curves of effective demand and effective supply; 7. Discussion of the solution of the problem of the exchange of two commodities for each other; 8. Utility or want curves; 9. Discussion of demand curves; 10. Rarete, or the cause of value in exchange; 11. The problem of the exchange of several commodities for one another; 12 General formula of the mathematical solution of the problem of the exchange of several commodities for one another; 13. Law of the variation of the prices of the commodities; 14. Theorem of equivalent redistributions; 15. Purchase curves and sales curves; 16. Exposition and refutation of Adam Smith's and J.-B. Say's doctrines of the origin of value in exchange; Part III. Theory of Production: 17. Capital and income; 18. Elements and mechanism of production; 19. The entrepreneur; 20. Equations of production; 21. Solution of the equations of production; 22. The principle of free competition; Part IV. Theory of Capital Formation and Credit: 23. Gross and net income; 24. Equations of capital formation and credit; 25. Solution of the equations of capital formation and credit; 26. Theorem of the maximum utility of new capital goods; 27. Laws of the determination and variation of the prices of capital goods; 28. Increase of the quantity of products; 29. Critique of the physiocratic doctrine; 30. Exposition and refutation of the English theory of the price of products; 31. Exposition and refutation of the English theory of rent; 32. Exposition and refutation of the English theories of wages and interest; Part V. Theory of Money: 33. The problem of the value of money; 34. Mathematical theory of bimetallism; 35. Relative stability of the value of the bimetallic standard; 36. Fiduciary money and offsetting claims; Part VI. Price Fixing, Monopoly, and Taxation: 37. Price fixing and monopoly; 38. Taxation.


Szczegóły: Leon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics - Leon Walras

Tytuł: Leon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics
Autor: Leon Walras
Producent: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107064133
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 588
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.96 kg


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Leon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics

In his fourth edition of Elements d'economie politique pure (1900), Leon Walras introduced the device of written pledges to eliminate path dependency: sellers of products and services write out commitments to supply certain quantities at suggested prices with no commodities actually produced and supplied until a set of prices is found at which supply and demand are equal simultaneously in every market. This brought about very serious alterations to the character of the book. Unfortunately, these changes resulted in an incomplete, internally contradictory, and occasionally incoherent text. This translation, therefore, by two leading scholars of Leon Walras' work, Donald Walker and Jan van Daal, revisits the third edition of this seminal work, including Walras' brilliant explanation of his comprehensive model, with all its richness derived from reality. Growing research into Walras' work indicates that it was this third edition that contained his best theoretical research and a translation of this edition of the book is now a necessity. 'Walras's theory of general economic equilibrium has inspired many great economists, from Pareto, Wicksell, Fisher, and Schumpeter to Hicks, Samuelson, Arrow, Hahn, and Debreu. It is therefore highly welcome that the third and finest edition of Walras's opus magnum, Elements, for the first time is made available in an excellent English edition thanks to Donald Walker and Jan van Daal, two leading Walrasian scholars.' Harald Hagemann, University of HohenheimTranslators' introduction; Part I. Objects and Divisions of Economics: 1. Adam Smith's and J.-B. Say's definitions; 2. Distinction between science, the arts, and ethics; 3. Social wealth; 4. The fact of industry and applied economics; Part II. Theory of Exchange: 5. The market and competition; 6. Curves of effective demand and effective supply; 7. Discussion of the solution of the problem of the exchange of two commodities for each other; 8. Utility or want curves; 9. Discussion of demand curves; 10. Rarete, or the cause of value in exchange; 11. The problem of the exchange of several commodities for one another; 12 General formula of the mathematical solution of the problem of the exchange of several commodities for one another; 13. Law of the variation of the prices of the commodities; 14. Theorem of equivalent redistributions; 15. Purchase curves and sales curves; 16. Exposition and refutation of Adam Smith's and J.-B. Say's doctrines of the origin of value in exchange; Part III. Theory of Production: 17. Capital and income; 18. Elements and mechanism of production; 19. The entrepreneur; 20. Equations of production; 21. Solution of the equations of production; 22. The principle of free competition; Part IV. Theory of Capital Formation and Credit: 23. Gross and net income; 24. Equations of capital formation and credit; 25. Solution of the equations of capital formation and credit; 26. Theorem of the maximum utility of new capital goods; 27. Laws of the determination and variation of the prices of capital goods; 28. Increase of the quantity of products; 29. Critique of the physiocratic doctrine; 30. Exposition and refutation of the English theory of the price of products; 31. Exposition and refutation of the English theory of rent; 32. Exposition and refutation of the English theories of wages and interest; Part V. Theory of Money: 33. The problem of the value of money; 34. Mathematical theory of bimetallism; 35. Relative stability of the value of the bimetallic standard; 36. Fiduciary money and offsetting claims; Part VI. Price Fixing, Monopoly, and Taxation: 37. Price fixing and monopoly; 38. Taxation.

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Szczegóły: Leon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics - Leon Walras

Tytuł: Leon Walras: Elements of Theoretical Economics
Autor: Leon Walras
Producent: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107064133
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 588
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.96 kg


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