Josef Steindl

Results: 48
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.78.1
Description: The national accounts do not know capital gains as they do not deal with assets and consider only the relations of flows in one year. Steindl states that modern economics manages practically to ignore the theoretical relevance of capital gains. Steindl argues that a rise in land or share values creates savings just like real investment and that the exclusion of capital gains from national accounts has led to glaring misinterpretations of the data (distortion of the savings rate). He suggests to introduce separate accounts for capital gains, consumer's credit and investment. Furthermore he explains the macroeconomic implications of creating capital gains.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.22.6
Description: The national accounts do not know capital gains as they do not deal with assets and consider only the relations of flows in one year. Steindl states that modern economics manages practically to ignore the theoretical relevance of capital gains. Steindl argues that a rise in land or share values creates savings just like real investment and that the exclusion of capital gains from national accounts has led to glaring misinterpretations of the data (distortion of the savings rate). He suggests to introduce separate accounts for capital gains, consumer's credit and investment. Furthermore he explains the macroeconomic implications of creating capital gains.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.71.2
Description: This text analyses the basic ideas of Kalecki concerning price and cost (including possible criticism): types of markets, prime cost, mark-up, price formation (1954 version), price formation in an industry, degree of monopoly, influence of trade unions, distribution of national income, long run changes, share of wages plus salaries.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.51.2
Description: Utilisation, accumulation and real wage, long run competitive equilibrium, profit rate, Joan Robinson.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.11.1
Description: Verteilungstheorie bei Kalecki und Unterschiede zur marxschen Verteilungstheorie, vor allem in Bezug auf Surplus (Mehrprodukt) und Monopol.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1990]
Shelfmark: S/M.58.10
Description: What are the reasons for the tremendous widespread success of the neo-conservative movement? Steindl argues that it is the weakness in constructive ideas of the opposition.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.44.1
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.71.3
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.28.4