Synthesizing the neo-Austrian and alternative approaches to capital theory: a survey

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Burmeister, Edwin

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2010-03-09T15:30:50Z

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2010-03-09T15:30:50Z

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1974

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CAPITAL theory involves many complex issues which have generated heated debates within the profession,' and no one survey can treat the subject exhaustively. However, Capital and time:A neo-Austrian theory [27, Hicks, 1973], the third book John R. Hicks has written about capital,2 serves to provide a manageable list of topics for discussion...

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Burmeister, Edwin. Synthesizing the Neo-Austrian and Alternative Approaches to Capital Theory: A Survey. Journal of Economic Literature. 12.2. (June 1974): 413-456. Print.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1930

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http://www.jstor.org/stable/2721951

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en_US

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American Economic Association

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Journal of Economic Literature

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neo-Austrian Theory

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Synthesizing the neo-Austrian and alternative approaches to capital theory: a survey

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Journal article

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