Josef Steindl

Results: 29
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.55.3
Description: Kurze Notizen zu: "Cycle and Trend", Vergleich Kalecki und Rosa Luxemburg, Rentier's Sparen.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.58.4
Description: Long run behaviour and asymmetry of trade cycle, exogenities of trend, micro-macro, Goodwin model of cycle growth, unemployment.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.34.2
Description: Modellskizzen zu: geschlossenes System (Konjunkturzyklus), Budgetpolitik, Kalecki-Modell mit exogenen Einflüssen, variable Preise.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1974]
Shelfmark: S/M.77.1
Description: My book on maturity and stagnation was concerned with a particular period of history (ending in 1939) and a particular country - the U.S., which was chosen, in part because at the time it approximated reasonably well to a closed system with negligibly small taxation and budget. The question arises how far these ideas are relevant for other countries and for more recent periods. The questions, this much is sure, become then rather more complicated. (Auszug, S.1)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.7.1
Description: Notizen zum Thema Inflation.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.22.2
Description: Steindl analyses the stages in the development of Kalecki's investment function. The lags between investment decisions and delivery are one of the most important features of the economy and play a decisive role in the business cycle.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: Dec 9, 1974
Shelfmark: S/M.53.7
Description: Steindl explains his theory of maturity (which he developed in his book "Maturity and Stagnation in American Capitalism") beginning with an equation of R. F. Harrod. In this lecture he focuses especially on one aspect of his theory, the idea of the "primary decline of the rate of growth as a consequence of the rise of oligopoly and the concentration of industry, and a subsequent increase in profit margins at given utilisation." (Auszug, S. 14)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.53.5
Description: Steindl sees his theory on maturity and stagnation positioned in the middle of Harrod's theory and Kaldor's so called Cambridge theory of long run income distribution.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.39.1
Description: This article by Steindl gives a short overview on theories of stagnation in economics and was published in a slightley different version in the Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1968]
Shelfmark: S/M.60.3
Description: Trade cycle 7-10 years before 1939, since then: strongly modified by government intervention. Trade cycle in the post-war world - is the cycle obsolete? ...We can see from the study of the trade cycle (analysis of equilibria, also simulation) that the length of the lag affects the period: the longer the lag, the longer the period of the lag. For very long reaction times you might get a trend, if also the positive feed-back is strong. Thus we must introduce terms with a slow reaction and a positive feed back. K. [Kalecki] uses the form of "semi-autonomous" (semi-exogenous) variables, i.e. he brings them in as functions of t, but explains verbally how they are slowly affected by the development of the economy. He is very cautious about it, because he is afraid of making too far reaching conclusions [...]. (Auszug, S. 1 und S. 15) In diesem Manuskript werden die 3 Versionen von Kaleckis Konjunkturzyklus-Theorie behandelt. Mit Hilfe von mathematischen Gleichungen und graphischen Darstellungen wird unter anderem das "pure business cycle-Modell" sowie die letzte Version von "business cycle" analysiert. Der Text enthält zahlreiche Hinweise mit Kommentaren zu den Seiten von Kaleckis Werk "Theory of economic dynamics - an essay on cyclical and long-run changes in capitalist economy", London 1954. Im Texteingang sind auch folgende Autoren bzw. Werke kurz notiert: Ezekiel (Cobweb Theorem) Readings in Business Cycle Theory (1944), Survey of contemporary Economics (Ed. Ellis, 1948), Leontieff (1934) und H. Schultz.