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On Political Economy and Econometrics: Essays in Honor of Oskar Lange is a commemorative publication to celebrate the achievements of Polish economist and diplomat Oscar Lange. The book is a collection of papers that tackles various issues in economy. The coverage of the text includes articles that deal with economic problems and concerns, such as the problem of monetary liquidity; research on the measures of inequality and concentration; and consumer's sovereignty in a planned economy. The book also presents materials about various methods employed in managing economy, such as stochastic linear programming and its application to economic planning; the application of statistical and mathematical methods in studies of the allocation of productive powers; and on the control of production and investment in socialism. The text will be of great interest to economists, sociologists, political scientists, and game theorists.
Biography of Oskar Lange
Economies of Two Worlds
The Aggregate Formula of Labor Times in the System of Index Formula
The Law of Value and the Problem of Allocation in Socialism
The Problem of Monetary Liquidity
Some Further Comments on the Discussion about Socialist Pricepolicy
The Importance of Monetary Policy as a Device of Shaping the Economic Position of Countries
Some Thoughts about Mathematical Models in Relation to Economic Theory
The Calculation of the Economic Efficiency of Foreign Trade
Researches on the Measures of Inequality and Concentration
A Multilateral Trade Clearing Agency
A Note on the Rules of Behavior for Competitive Socialism
External Economies via Infrastructure in a Two-sector Model
Oskar Lange as a Theoretician of Historical Materialism
Econometric Model and Historical Materialism
The Labor Theory of Value and Econometrics
The Rate of Interest in the Long-term Accounting of Economic Efficiency
Scheme of Reproduction under a System of Monopoly Price
Praxiology and Economics
Three Conceptions of the Political Economy of Socialism
Remarks on Some Modern Tendencies of the Grow of National Product
Fractile Graphical Analysis
Professor Oskar Lange on Economic Theory of Socialism and Yugoslav Economic Thinking
Contribution to the Genesis of Schumpeter's Theory of Economic Development
Statistics and Sociological Research in the U.S.S.R.
On the Control of Production and Investment in Socialism
Investment and Employment
The Application of Statistical and Mathematical Methods in the Studies on Allocation of Productive Powers
Problems of Motivation and Economic Theory
Behavioristic Points of View on Mathematical Statistics
Leading Industries and the Planning of Economic Growth
Analysis of Structural Dependences in Central Plan Construction
Consumer's Sovereignty in a Planned Economy
Note on the Long-term Planning of New Industrial Developments
Aspects of Co-existence
Servo-mechanisms and Controllers in Economic Theory and Policy
Some Notes on Hierarchy in Economic Planning
The Significance of Welfare Economics for Socialism
Stochastic Linear Programming and Its Application to Economic Planning
Prices, Incentives and Calculation Methods
The Consumption Model and Means of its Implementation
Are There Laws of Progress?
Bibliography of Works 1925-1963
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- © Pergamon 1965
- 1st January 1965
- eBook ISBN:
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