INDEX
Accumulation, 55-6, 83-4, 244
and trade cycle, 213-16
synopsis, 173-6
with given knowledge, 139-48
world, 384-5
Advertisement, 18, 92, 251, 262, 339, 389
Amortisation, 5, 67, 90, 104-5, 163
Balance of payments, 53, 237 n., 280-3
Balogh, T., 137 n.
Bank deposits, 31, 234
notes, 31, 226
Banks, 10, 225, 227, 236
profits of, 228, 249
Bensusan-Butt, D., viii
Bentley, N. C., 335 n.
Bliss, 83, 99, 151, 218
Blyth, C. A., vii
Böhm-Bawerk, 396
Bonds, 7, 229-31
Boom, 78, 91, 98, 198-202, 264-6.
See also Seller's market
Boulding, K. E., 18 n.
Brumberg, R., 251 n.
Building, 47, 200 n., 270
Buyer's market189
wages in, 196
Capacity, 51, 119, 184
bottleneck, 51, 200
Capital:
measurements of, 103-5, 117-23, 127, 143, 144, 146, 396, 422-5, 429-35. See also Real-capital ratio
Champernowne, D. G., vii, xi, 105 n., 144 n., 301 n., 312 n., 423 n.
Clapham, J. H., v
Clemens, E. W., 185 n.
Cohen, Ruth, viii, 109 n.
Commodity, 17
' Concertina effect', 203-4
Consumption, 16, 18, 24, 34, 41
biased, 358-60
of profits, 249, 257, 265-73
of rent, 296-7
Costs, 38
marginal, 184
overhead, 183
prime, 183
user, 183
Cycle, trade, 208-12, 213
and trend, 215, 269
theory of, 211-12
Definitions, viii, 9, 313
Demand, particular, 250, 253-6
Depression, 209, 268-9. See also Buyer's market and Stagnation
Diminishing returns, law of:
simple, 284-6, 329, 341
sophisticated, 305, 321, 341
Duesenberg, J., 251 n., 262 n.
Economic theory, v, 63
Economies of scale. See Scale of uniformity, 339
Entrepreneur, 5-6, 39-40, 68, 73, 257
Equilibrium, 57-9. See also Tranquillity
Euler's Theorem, 285 n.
Excess-investment, 229
Fellner, W., 402 n.
Finance, 5, 9-10, 50, 110, 230, 243, 275, 278, 289, 291, 402
Foreign trade. See Balance of payments
Foresight, 66
Frontiersman, 283, 330-1, 332, 368
' Full cost', 186 n.
Full employment, 49

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