Capital, Interest, and Rent: Essays in the Theory of Distribution

Fetter, Frank A.
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Murray N. Rothbard, ed.
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Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, Inc.
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Collected essays, 1897-1937. First published as a collection in 1977.
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface, by Murray N. Rothbard
Introduction, by Murray N. Rothbard
PART 1 The Theory of Capital
I.1 Review of F. W. Taussig, Wages and Capital (1897)
I.2 Recent Discussion of the Capital Concept (1900)
I.3 The Next Decard of Economic Theory (1901)
I.4 Review of Böhm-Bawerk, Capital und Capitalzins (1901) [Böhm-Bawerk, Capital and Interest—Econlib Ed.]
I.5 Review of Böhm-Bawerk, Einege strittige Fragen der Capitalstheorie (1902)
I.6 Review of Böhm-Bawerk, Positive Theorie des Capitals (1902)
I.7 The Nature of Capital and Income (1907)
I.8 Are Savings Income?—Discussion (1908)
I.9 Clark's Reformulation of the Capital Concept (1927)
I.10 Capital (1930-35)
I.11 Reformulation of the Concepts of Capital and Income in Economics and Accounting (1937)
PART II The Theory of Interest
II.1 The "Roundabout Process" in the Interest Theory (1902)
II.2 The Relations between Rent and Interest (1904)
II.3 Review of Gustav Cassel, The Nature and Necessity of Interest, and Böhm-Bawerk, Recent Literature on Interest (1905)
II.4 Interest Theories, Old and New (1914)
II.5 Capitalization versus Productivity: Rejoinder (1914)
II.6 Interest Theory and Price Movements (1927)
PART III The Theory of Rent
III.1 The Passing of the Old Rent Concept (1901)
III.2 Landed Property as an Economic Concept and as a Field for Research—Discussion (1917)
III.3 Comment on Rent under Increasing Returns (1930)
III.4 Rent (1930-35)
Bibliography of Frank Albert Fetter
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