Dynamic Economics: Theoretical and Statistical Studies of Demand, Production and Prices
by Charles Frederick Roos
Publisher: Principia Press 1934
Number of pages: 291
Contents: Static Versus Dynamic Economics; Demand for Consumer Goods; Automotive Demand for Gasoline; Demand for Agricultural Products; Demand for Capital Goods; Factors Influencing Residential Building; Growth and Decline of Industry; Joint Demand and Loss Leaders; Production, Cost and Profit; Adjustments of Cost; Productive Incentives; Behavior of Free and Restrained Prices; Exchange in a Capitalistic Economy.
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