The Equilibrium Economics of Laeon Walras

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Conventions xiii
  • Part I - Prologue 1
  • 1 - On the Use of Mathematics in Economic Analysis 3
  • 2 - Free Competition and General Equilibrium 8
  • 3 - On the Notion of Utility as Developed by Walras 13
  • 4 - Walras’s Graphic Analysis of the Exchange of Two Goods 20
  • Part II - Walras’s Equilibrium Models 27
  • 5 - Walras’s Exchange Model 29
  • 6 - The Notion of Capital 41
  • 7 - The Entrepreneur 44
  • 8 - Production 49
  • 9 - Walras’s Production Model 55
  • 10 - The Rate of Net Income and the Future 61
  • 11 - Walras’s Model of Capital Formation 67
  • 12 - On the Futility of Lessons 26 and 27 of the ÉLéMents 77
  • 13 - Circulating Capital 83
  • 14 - A Prelude to the Money Models 89
  • 15 - Walras’s Equilibrium Model with Fiat-Money 94
  • 16 - Walras’s Equilibrium Model with Commodity-Money 102
  • Part III - Extension 107
  • 17 - Reality and Realistic Utopias 109
  • 18 - Free Competition Revisited 113
  • 19 - Walras’s ‘General General Equilibrium Model’ 120
  • Appendices 127
  • I 129
  • II 135
  • III 148
  • IV 151
  • V 159
  • Notes 167
  • References 183
  • Index of Names 188
  • Subject Index 190
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