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vol. 04, no. 13-14

Mostrando recursos 1 - 5 de 5

  1. El pensamiento económico de Nicolás Avellaneda en torno al empréstito extranjero

    Cuccorese, Horacio J.
    NICOLÁS AVELLANEDA, professor of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires, when only 23 years old, was as intelligent representative of the classical school. He exposes his principles with a personal flavour and admirable eloquence. When 28 years old he wrote his "Estudios sobre las Leyes de Tierras Públicas", a master work of Argentine economic historiography. His conceptions of foreign loans can be resumed as follows: 1º He was not against foreign loans but, in order to avoid risks and sacrifices, he advises to appeal first to the nation's possibilities; 2º A loan is paid back by taxes and is...
    - 16-jul-2014

  2. Los fines del Estado y el sindicato

    Nápoli, Rodolfo
    The similarity between State and trade unions consists in the fact that both are associations; the State pursuing general aims and the trade unions private ones. Taking the historical example of ancient Rome, the author shows how private associations were independent in the beginning and became later subject to the Sate's aims. Continuing his historic review of the subsequent social struggles he describes the dismemberment during the Middle Ages, the growing strength the State could achieve which resulted in the victory if the liberal State over the corporations during the French Revolution, as well as the recent renewal of their...
    - 16-jul-2014

  3. El progreso económico como proceso histórico

    Street, James
    The author gives a short review of the different stages which have preceded the industrial revolution. These are: technological progress in agriculture, transportation, teaching, public health and medicine. All these stages are indispensable for the economic development of a country and can be traced in the history of fully developed countries. A country which begins later its economic expansion has the advantage to be able to benefit from the experience and technological progress of developed countries, avoiding thus to commit eventual mistakes.
    - 16-jul-2014

  4. Sobre la teoría del crecimiento económico

    Bombach, Gottfried
    Investment has two different effects: the stock of capital is increased and thereby additional productive capacity is created (capacity effect) and at the same time income is created (multiplier effect). Because net investment in a single period is small in relation to the total stock of capital the capacity effect may be neglected in the short run. The Keynesian System does not take into consideration the capacity effect at all and, therefore, is a tool for short-period analysis only. DOMAR and HARROD independently developed models considering both the capacity and the income effect of investment. These models allow to derive...
    - 16-jul-2014

  5. ¿Está el capitalismo prolongado o renovado?

    Sauvy, Alfred
    According to the marxist ideology capitalism has to be displaced by an other system, but alter the first world war re armament saved it from the crisis. After the second world war the prevailing opinion was that this time an even more disastrous crisis would cause the definite collapse of capitalism. However the crisis did not occur: capitalism survived the return to peace. This time what saved it was not re armament but the instinct of conservation which had to face the communist threat. Thus, communism became by its mere presence one of the factors which contributes to save capitalism....
    - 16-jul-2014

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