The debate regarding ideal standards for the public budget will be unending, as long as the basic economy remains essentially capitalistic.
Since the J. M. KEYNES theory, two opinions have become predominant; the orthodox thesis, which sees in the equilibrium of the budget the foundation of all desirable financial politics and the new concepts contained there in above all exalting the idea of full employment, and side tracking the budget equilibrium in times of depression, in merit of the transcendence of the other factors of social and political character.
In final conclusion it will be agreed, that the fiscal political...
The work consists of three parts, i.e.: introduction, typology of the technological change, and study of the innovation in postkeynesian models.
In the introduction, is analyzed the role of technology in the dynamics of the classics Mark, Schumpeter, Hansen, etc.
Later on, and aiming to get a theoretical basis for the understanding of the innovational dynamism, the contributions of Hicks, Robinson and Harrod on this matter, are studied.
The study culminates with the treatment of the postkeynesian models of Meade, Solow and Harrod. Studying this last model, emphasize is made on the supposed dissociation between the natural and the warranted...
The individual economic units, are the sources of trade and service of an economic region and part of the total cost to supply same is upheld by third parties, the latter non-participants in the production process. This being the motive for the numerous problems made manifest in the differentiation between social production costs and private production costs.
He endeavours to establish his definition by means of a synthesis of the basic concepts of LAUSCHMANN and analyzes the possibilities of the causal relations which he classifies and of which he considers of important only three, to which he limits his analysis....