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Capital Theory by John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, Peter Newman (eds.)

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27. We saw how in the Lectures ([1901] 1934) Wicksell abandoned the 'average period of production' of Value, Capital and Rent ([ 1893] 1954) because of the unacceptable assumptions necessary for its 31 Capital theory use. We also saw how he had then to fall back on a value measurement of the existing social capital, in order to fulfil the condition of a uniform rate of return on the supply price of the capital goods. The consideration of capital as a single factor - the way in which Walras's inconsistency had been generally avoided leads thus to a measurement in value terms, which is clearly not independent of distribution (par.

We also saw how he had then to fall back on a value measurement of the existing social capital, in order to fulfil the condition of a uniform rate of return on the supply price of the capital goods. The consideration of capital as a single factor - the way in which Walras's inconsistency had been generally avoided leads thus to a measurement in value terms, which is clearly not independent of distribution (par. 7 above). What we must now do is to examine more closely the deficiencies of that measurement and discuss the arguments which have been used to support it, in particular by Bohm-Bawerk and by Wicksell.

294, our italics). Nothing more is said, but the capital goods 'qu'j[ n'y a pas lieu de produire' are clearly those whose outputs would fall to zero in the course of the tatonnements, without the rates of return over their supply prices having risen to the level obtainable on one or more of the other kinds of capital goods. B) which give the solution with the highest possible rate of net income (cf. our discussion of system (P) in par. 13 above). 7). 7) have thus been 'excluded' from the system, fall to zero.

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