Josef Steindl

Results: 20
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [04.1978]
Shelfmark: S/M.3.10
Description: Several decades after the first publication of this little book I do not find myself in full agreement with everything it contains. Since I have no time to re-write it completely I better leave it as it stands and try to explainin the following what amendemnts I should have liked to make. (Auszug, S. 1)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [04.1978]
Shelfmark: S/M.3.11
Description: Several decades after the first publication of this little book I do not find myself in full agreement with everything it contains. Since I have no time to re-write it completely I better leave it as it stands and try to explainin the following what amendemnts I should have liked to make. (Auszug, S. 1)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.76.1
Description: Steindl analyses the new features of the economy and how to elaborate the Keynesian arguments accordingly. New features are 1. unprecedented openness (internationalisation of banking, multinational companies), 2. destabilisation of price-wage system, 3. increase in public spending and tax revenue, 4. environmental problems, 4. growth of household savings, and 5. structural crisis of basic industries.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.8.1
Description: Steindl versucht in diesem Manuskript sein Modell aus Kapitel 4 von "Random Processes and the Growth of Firms" mittels weiterer Konzepte wie "employment capacity of capital" oder "technological development" zu verbessern.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.77.2
Description: The different expectations of participants in a market could be ordered in the form of a frequency distribution. [...] For the purpose of this representation we must assume that the expectations of different people are (approximately) independent of each other. The object of the expectation is the price after a certain time, or what is equivalent, the appreciation or depreciation within that time. (Auszug, S.1.)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [04.1972]
Shelfmark: S/M.3.7
Description: Twenty five years after the first publication of this little book I do not find myself in full agreement with everything it contains... My chief amendment concerns an error in interpreting the statistics of U.S. corporations which show that fixed capital in relation to turnover increases with the size of the firm (chapter III, Table IX, p.24). (Auszug S. 1)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.53.9
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1946]
Shelfmark: S/M.40.1
Author: UnbekanntSteindl, Josef
Date: vermutlich um 1989
Shelfmark: S/M.3.1