The Distribution of Wealth: A Theory of Wages, Interest and Profits

John Bates Clark, from the Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection
Clark, John Bates
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I. Issues that depend on Distribution
II. The Place of Distribution within the Traditional Divisions of Economics
III. The Place of Distribution within the Natural Divisions of Economics
IV. The Basis of Distribution in Universal Economic Laws
V. Actual Distribution the Result of Social Organization
VI. Effects of Social Progress
VII. Wages in a Static State the Specific Product of Labor
VIII. How the Specific Product of Labor may be distinguished
IX. Capital and Capital-Goods contrasted
X. Kinds of Capital and of Capital-Goods
XI. The Productivity of Social Labor Dependent on its Quantitative Relation to Capital
XII. Final Productivity the Regulator of Both Wages and Interest
XIII. The Products of Labor and Capital, as measured by the Formula of Rent
XIV. The Earnings of Industrial Groups
XV. The Marginal Efficiency of Consumers' Wealth the Basis of Group Distribution
XVI. How the Marginal Efficiency of Consumers' Wealth is measured
XVII. How the Efficiency of Final Increments of Producers' Wealth is tested
XVIII. The Growth of Capital by Qualitative Increments
XIX. The Mode of apportioning Labor and Capital among the Industrial Groups
XX. Production and Consumption synchronized by rightly Apportioned Capital
XXI. The Theory of Economic Causation
XXII. The Law of Economic Causation applied to the Products of Concrete Instruments
XXIII. The Relation of All Rents to Value and thus to Group Distribution
XXIV. The Unit for measuring Industrial Agents and their Products
XXV. Static Standards in a Dynamic Society
XXVI. Proximate Static Standards
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