Knut Wicksell: Selected Essays in Economics - Vol. 2

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INDEX

a
abortion 102 , 114 n14
absolute theory (Seligman) 194
Afzelius, Supreme Court Justice 3 , 8
Agardh, C.A. 150
agio214 , 234
agriculture:
advances 142 -3, 144 ;
Argentina 148 , 165 n10;
Denmark 145 ;
and Home Ownership Movement 140 -1, 146 , 165 n5;
labour 165 n7;
land division 143 -5, 157 -8, 167 n20;
monopoly prices 235 n3;
poverty 144-5 ;
prices 119 ;
productivity 235 n2;
rents 128 ;
surplus 158 ;
Sweden 139 -40, 142 , 144 -5, 166 n14;
tariffs 145 , 196 -7;
wages 165n7
amortisation 172 , 194
Ansiaux 48
Archimedes 127
Argentina, agriculture 148 , 165 n10
Aristotle 102
Australia, immigration 129 , 160 -1
Austria—Hungary 12 , 161
Austrian central bank 50 , 218
d’Avis, E. 117 , 118 , 119 , 120 , 121

b
balance of payments 26 , 49 , 64 -5
Bankarchiv73
banknotes 51 ;
central banks 51 ;
convenience 22 ;
convertibility 15 , 215 ;
excess 76 ;
money value 49 ;
Riksbank 16 , 53 , 60 -1;
Scandinavia 25 , 72 , 73 ;
small denomination 15 , 213 ;
Sweden 15 , 56 -7, 72 ;
uncovered 177 , 178 ;
validity 215 ;
Walras 178
banks:
Austria 50 , 218 ;
Germany 216 ;
interest rates/economic crises 36 -7;
international 24 ;
money-lending 9-10 ;
money market control 79 ;
prices 30 , 36 -7;
private funds 15 -16;
Tjänstemannabanken 10 ;
see also central banks
Bastiat, Frédéric 186
Bavaria 96
Beloch, Julius 130
Bentham, Jeremy 4
Berndtson, F. 236
Bertillon 129
bimetallism 12 , 13 , 16 -17, 22 , 23
birth control:
see population control
birth rate:
England 131 , 167 n23;
France 106 -7, 115 n16, 129 ;
Germany 134 ;
Ireland 126 ;
and mortality rates 111 n4, 135 n5, 159 -60, 162 ;
and politics 134 ;
reductions 159 , 162 ;
state control 126 -7, 129 ;
Sweden 106 -7, 132 , 137 , 142 , 159 -60, 162
Björnson, B.M. 181
Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen von 205 ;
Clark on 209 ;
competition 178 ;
Hobson on 207 -8;
interest theory 207 -8, 222 , 234 ;
wages fund theory 42 , 183
Bratt system 238 , 239 n2
Briefs, Goetz:
Classical School 231 ;
on Mill 234 -5;
prices 233 ;
rent/profit 233 -4;
Untersuchungen zur Klassischen Nationalökonomie230 -5;
wages 232 -3
Brock, Fritz H. 44 n1, 128
bullion 24 -5, 37 , 47 -8
business theory of money, Knapp 216 -17
businessmen, profits 36 , 38 -9n3;
see also entrepreneurs

c
Canada 134 , 135 n5, 148 , 160
cannibalism 99

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