Capitalism, Economic Dynamics

By Jerzy Osiatyński; Chester Adam Kisiel et al. | Go to book overview

Index of Subjects
Academy of Sciences (Polish)579
acceleration principle 198, 284-5, 343, 413, 416, 420
disproved 167
Harrod's trade cycle theory and 417
investment in inventories and 290
accumulation 50, 153, 167, 240, 457, 458
capital 181-4, 188-9, 327, 414, 453, 462-4; out of profits 278, 280-2
capital equipment/fixed capital 180, 181-2, 306
goods 154, 291, 455-6, 460, 471
private 389-96 passim, 403, 404
adjustment process 328
advertising 215, 220
costs 7 n., 61, 124
expansion 84, 129, 131
agents 61, 65, 215, 220
agriculture 15, 33, 227, 297n., 383
home 40-3
peasant 456, 465
prices of produce 18
salaries and wages 233, 234, 340
supply of products 209
yield 21, 31
amortization 378, 380
anticipatory purchases 366, 368
armaments 151, 457-8, 470, 473, 475
American situation 363-73, 386-401, 582-5
as 'external' profit 246
impact on business cycle 351-73, 578-83
West German 402-8, 585-6
assembly industries 335
assets 90, 245 n.
long-term 143, 145, 150, 262, 267-70
short-term 138, 150, 263, 267, 268
Austin Motor Corporation379 n.
automation 374-85, 391, 404, 584
balance of payments 394, 406, 407
banks 358, 457, 474
supply of cash 99n., 158, 186; and interest rate 28, 159, 262-7, 336
see also credits; current accounts; deposits
bargaining 39, 99, 100-1, 102, 103, 216
benefits 370, 391, 392, 393, 398
Berlin395, 405
bills 141-4, 149, 263, 267-9, 274, 457
Blum Experiment 480, 491 n.
bonds 164, 244, 278, 358, 457
interest rate and 143-5, 149, 267, 277
joint stock companies and 279
risk of 160, 263, 268-70, 274-6
boom 154, 157, 357, 404
advanced stage of 167, 173
bottle-neck factors in 128, 129
breakdown of 179
capacity in 62, 218, 220
ceiling/top 48, 129, 307, 319, 417, 430; laissez-faire economy at 438
degree of monopoly in 19, 40, 46, 50, 216
fixed capital 297, 307
interest rate 268, 276
investment 305, 306, 307, 308, 310, 328; and consumption 255
market imperfection 63
prime costs in 65, 73, 75, 126
random factor cause of 371
secular 115, 431, 433, 434
turnover to income in 18
wages in 34, 47-8, 128, 133, 236
wholesale prices 39
borrowing 90, 150, 187 n.
bottle-neck factors 124, 125-6, 127-8, 129, 173
in US manufacturing industry 131, 135, 137, 138, 218, 297 n.
brokerage fees 250, 295 n., 342-3
budget deficit 90, 150, 190, 242-3, 261 n., 563
armaments and 351, 357-60, 365-8, 373, 389-6, 403
export surplus and 244-51 passim, 256, 259-60, 286, 312, 342-3
hyper-inflation and 92, 93, 94, 95
business cycle 60, 154, 181, 284-9 passim, 453
aggregate indirect taxes in 259
and armaments 351-408, 578-86
automatic 304-6
changes of investment in 260
comments on Kalecki's theory 597-605
equation 311-16
growth and 411, 412-18, 421, 424, 426, 464
mechanism 171-7, 276, 300-11
percentage gross margins 126, 129, 131
problem of 191-202, 549-50
profits in 255
'pure' 18-20, 162-79, 180, 183, 186
shocks 316-21
and trend 180-90, 435-50, 590-7; long-run 322-32
utilization of resources 309-11
wages in 223, 228
worker savings in 249

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