03664nmm a2200277 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002700139245010900166250001700275260006300292300003100355505134100386653001401727653002301741653002301764041001901787989003801806490005601844856007201900082000801972520140601980EB000663414EBX0100000000000000051649600000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97836425170131 aFaber, Maltee[editor]00aStudies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment, and TimehElektronische Ressourcecedited by Malte Faber a1st ed. 1986 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc1986, 1986 aVI, 320 pbonline resource0 aSummary of the Papers -- 1. On the Development of Austrian Capital Theory -- 2. Relationships between Modern Austrian and Sraffaâ€™s Capital Theory -- 3. Austrians Versus Austrians I: A Subjectivist View of Interest -- 4. Austrians Versus Austrians II: Functionalist Versus Essentialist Theories of Interest -- 5. A Neo-Austrian Two-Period Multisector Model of Capital -- 6. Own Rates of Interest in a General Multisector Model of Capital -- 7. A Neo-Austrian Approach to the Open-Endedness of the Future : An Overview -- 8. Neo-Austrian Characterization of Proportional Prices with Positive Rate of Interest Relative to the Growth Rate -- 9. Roundaboutness, Nontightness and Malinvaud Prices in Multisector Models with Infinite Horizon -- 10. Competitive Finite Value Prices: A Complete Characterization -- 11. Time and Production: Period versus Continuous Analysis. -- 12. Flow and Fund Approaches to Irreversible Investment Decisions -- 13. On the Methodology of Strategic Interaction in Time -- 14. A Dynamic Game with Macroeconomic Investment Decisions Under Alternative Market Structures -- 15. Remarks on a Dynamic Game with Macroeconomic Investment -- 16 A Dynamic Macroeconomic Investment Game with Non-Linear Saving Behavior -- 17. Time Irreversibilities in Economics: Some Lessons from the Natural Sciences -- List of Authors aEconomics aManagement science aEconomics, general07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aLecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems40uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-51701-3?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a330 aThe neglect of time in general and of the time structure of production in particular in mainstream economics led to the rebirth of the Austrian tradition in the seventies. The names of BERNHCLZ, HICKS, KIRZNER and VON WEIZSACKER are representative of different approaches. In 1979 my "Introduction to Modern Austrian Capital Theory" appeared, in which I unified various papers BERNHOLZ and I had written. I also linked our approach to those of VON NEUMANN, of HICKS and of neoclassical capital theory. These "Studies" supplement and continue my "Introduction" in various ways. With all the authors of the present volume I have cooperated for several years. This volume is subdivided into five parts. The first one, Historical Perspectives, gives first an outline on the development of Austrian capital theory from its origins to the present. Next it relates Modern Austrian Capital Theory to SRAFFA's theory and to the Austrian subjectivists' pure time preference theory of interest. The latter theory is represented in its opposition to the traditional productivity-cum-time preference explanation of interest, which is. common t9 neoclassical and BOHM-BAWERKian capital theory alike. The Austrian subjectivist pure time preference theory has been misinterpreted in its recent presentation, which has led to misunderstandings. It is shown that there is no real contradiction between the two appoaches