Josef Steindl

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Author: Parkinson, C. Northcote
Place of publication: London
Shelfmark: S/30/P247
Description: Bürokratie
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich 1990]
Shelfmark: S/M.51.4
Description: Capitalism today is not exactly what it used to be. The classics used to see it as a production machine which produced a surplus from which the owners paid the interest to the banks which financed it. Today the greater part of the interest does not come from that source but from governments, development countries, and from consumers and home owners directly. [...] There is evidently a striking analogy between this problem and the problems of a permanent budget deficit considered further above. In both cases there is a continuing accumulation of debt which is not "covered" by assets in the productive sector. And in both cases there is an extraction of interest payments which are not paid out of the surplus and which tend automatically to lead to further accumulation of debt. In fact, the budget problem is only one part or one aspect or example of the more general problem which is presumably deeper in so far as it refers to an institutional development in our society. (excerpt, p. 8 and 9.)
Place of publication: Harmondsworth, Middlesex [u.a.]
Shelfmark: S/338.93/T454
Description: Change Management
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.15.2
Description: Characteristics of the Keynesian view of the economy (circular relations of spending and income, concept of economic constraints (scarcities of real ressources), central role of investment as prime force of accumulation, Keynes' opposition to the return to the gold standard, his preference for devaluation against deflation etc.), analogies and parallels then and now, the open ends of the general theory, evaluation of Keynesian policies. In vorliegendem Entwurf zum Aufsatz "J.M. Keynes: Society and the Economist" wird sowohl die Grundidee der Keyneschen Theorie (samt ihren Schwächen) erläutert, als auch ihre Entstehung und die Rezeption besprochen. Einen weiteren Schwerpunkt bildet die Analyse der Wirtschaftspolitik der Nachkriegsjahre, insbesondere im Bezug auf die Vollbeschäftigung, Lohnpolitik, Inflation, öffentliche Ausgaben, Wirtschaftsbeziehungen und die Zahlungsbilanz. Es wird auch der Frage nachgegangen, ob und wie keynesianische Politik angewendet wurde vor dem Hintergrund der stetig aufkommenden neoklassischen Theorie. Die "Niederlage" der Keyneschen Lehre war nicht eine Frage des Versagens seiner Theorie sondern eine Frage der Macht. Die "Niederlage" spiegelt sich in der gegenwärtigen Wirtschaftssituation wider, in der es keine erkennbare internationale Wirtschaftsordnung gibt, sondern vielmehr willkürliche Bewegungen des Kapitals und der Wechselkurse, Abhängigkeiten der Länder von den Zinsinteressen der Wallstreet, sowie Gründung des "Kartenhauses" Euromarkt, jenseits nationaler oder internationaler Kontrollmechanismen.
Author: Nicoll, Allardyce
Place of publication: Milano
Shelfmark: S/93/N645
Description: Commedia dell'arte
Author: Von Neumann, John
Place of publication: New Haven
Shelfmark: S/00/V945
Description: Computer
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: 1942
Shelfmark: S/M.12.1
Description: Content: 1st Lecture (L): Introduction; 2nd L.: Decay and break-up of the gild system; 3rd L.: Mercantilism; 4th L.: Tudor (and Stuart) Economic Policy; 5th L.: The Industrial Revolution; 6th L.: Industrial Revolution: Social Consequences; 7th L.: The capitalist system functions.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.12.3
Description: Content: 1st Lecture: General Introduction. 2nd Lecture: Decay of the gilds and development of merchant capitalism. Development of banking finance. First influence of capitalim on agriculture: the enclosure. 3rd Lecture: The formation of a national economy and a national state Mercantilism and absolutism. The reformation and the expulsion of foreign trades and financial interests. 4th Lecture: The rise of bourgeoisie to power. The religion of saving. 5th Lecture: The Industrial revolution. 6th Lecture: Industruial revolution: Social Concequences. 7th Lecture: 1830-1870 the Capitalist system functions. 8th Lecture: Imperialism (1880-1914).
Author: Laibman, David
Shelfmark: S/M.38.7
Description: Conventional growth literature fails to incorporate technical change and investment as endogenous variables; Marxian growth literature is bedeviled indeterminacies surrounding technical change and rate of profit. Both sets of problems are addressed using a two-sector (capital good, consumer good) model, in which capitalists accumulate coexisting vintages of techniques. The parameters of the latest technique are determined by maximizing the innovator's profit, constrained by diminishing returns to mechanization. The model describes the differential impact of goods-, capital-, and labor-market equilibrium on the sectors, as the economy converges to a proportional growth path. Conditions are identified under which prices approach labor values over time; and under which Marx's "rising composition" and "falling profit rate" tendencies are realized. (Auszug Titelseite)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: 1942
Shelfmark: S/M.12.2
Description: Das Feudalsystem.