Capital and Interest: A Critical History of Economical Theory

Eugen v. Böhm-Bawerk, from the Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection
Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen v.
(1851-1914)
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Editor/Trans.
William A. Smart, trans.
First Pub. Date
1884
Publisher/Edition
London: Macmillan and Co.
Pub. Date
1890
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
Translator's Preface
Introduction
Book I. The Development of the Problem
I.I The Opposition to Interest in Classical and Mediæval Times
I.II The Defence of Interest From the Sixteenth Till the Eighteenth Century
I.III Turgot's Fructification Theory
I.IV Adam Smith and the Development of the Problem
I.V The Colourless Theories
Book II. The Productivity Theories
II.I The Productive Power of Capital
II.II The Naïve Productivity Theories
II.III The Indirect Productivity Theories
Book III. The Use Theories
III.I The Use of Capital
III.II Historical Statement
III.III Plan of Criticism
III.IV The Use of Capital According to the Say-Hermann School
III.V The True Conception of the Use of Goods
III.VI Criticism of the Say-Hermann Conception
III.VII The Independent Use: An Unproved Assumption
III.VIII The Independent Use: Its Untenable Conclusion
III.IX The Independent Use: Its Origin in Legal Fiction
III.X Menger's Conception of Use
III.XI Final Insufficiency of the Use Theory
Book IV. The Abstinence Theory
IV.I Senior's Statement of the Theory
IV.II Criticism of Senior
IV.III Bastiat's Statement
Book V. The Labour Theories
V.I [The Labour Theories]
Book VI. The Exploitation Theory
VI.I Historical Survey
VI.II Rodbertus
VI.III Marx
Book VII. Minor Systems
VII.I The Eclectics
VII.II The Later Fructification Theory
Conclusion
Footnotes, (Book I, Chapter II)
Footnotes, continued (Book I, Chapter III-V - Book II)
Footnotes, continued (Books III-IV)
About the Book and Author
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