Josef Steindl

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Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich 1990]
Shelfmark: S/M.51.4
Description: Capitalism today is not exactly what it used to be. The classics used to see it as a production machine which produced a surplus from which the owners paid the interest to the banks which financed it. Today the greater part of the interest does not come from that source but from governments, development countries, and from consumers and home owners directly. [...] There is evidently a striking analogy between this problem and the problems of a permanent budget deficit considered further above. In both cases there is a continuing accumulation of debt which is not "covered" by assets in the productive sector. And in both cases there is an extraction of interest payments which are not paid out of the surplus and which tend automatically to lead to further accumulation of debt. In fact, the budget problem is only one part or one aspect or example of the more general problem which is presumably deeper in so far as it refers to an institutional development in our society. (excerpt, p. 8 and 9.)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.1.6
Description: Die zahlreichen handschriftlichen Notizen sowie die Typoskriptteile enthalten theoretische und mathematische Ausführungen zum Thema Konjunkturzyklus, Konjunkturanalyse und Konjunkturprognose und in diesem Zusammenhang auch Investition und Einkommen, Entwicklung der Profitrate sowie Verteilungsaspekte. In den Notizen geht Steindl kritisch auf das Konjunkturmodell von Richard Goodwin ein.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1974]
Shelfmark: S/M.45.3
Description: How far are the ideas from "Maturity and Stagnation" relevant for other countries and for more recent periods.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.77.4
Description: I always had trouble in understanding the concept of the pure cycle as anything but a formal concept. It assumes that the accumulation of the boom has to be "consumed" (by depreciation or scrapping) completely during the recession and depression before a new boom could start. But what kind of mechanism would bring this about in actual fact? The question is justified because Kalecki does show that there are forces which tend to destroy the accumulation of capital again: the accumulation of the boom is not sustainable. (Auszug, S.1)
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1993]
Shelfmark: S/M.13.1
Description: Ian Steedman, Michal Kalecki, Preistheorie.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.32.1
Description: In den zahlreichen Notizen und mathematischen Gleichungen wird Bezug genommen auf die Entwicklung der Kapitalakkumulation, Investitionsfunktion, Kapazitätsauslastung, Anstieg und Fall der Profitrate (Profitfunktion) und teilweise auf die wirtschaftliche Lage der USA vor 1890. Einige Notizen behandeln auch das Thema der Aktien- und Anleihenpreise und enthalten Überlegungen zur Risikoprämie.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Shelfmark: S/M.31.1
Description: In den zahlreichen Notizen wird der Zusammenhang zwischen langfristigem Wirtschaftswachstum und der Entwicklung der Investitions- und Profitrate in der Industrie mit Hilfe von mathematischen Gleichungen dargestellt.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [vermutlich um 1980]
Shelfmark: S/M.60.1
Description: Kalecki - Vorlesungsplan: 1 und 2: Kosten-Preise: Verteilung, Geldlöhne - Reallöhne. 3: Profite, Einkommen, Investitionen: der Kreislauf, Marx-Luxemburg. 4: Zins und Geld. 5: Das Prinzip des steigenden Risikos. 6: Investitionsfunktion. 7: Der Konjunkturzyklus: Erste Fassung (1933), letzte Fassung (1954). 9, 10, 11: Der Trend Beziehung zwischen Trend und Zyklus. 12 (ev. auch 11) ev. 13: Vollbeschäftigungspolitik. Der politische Zyklus. (Manuskript - Auszug, S. 1)
Author: Steindl, JosefBhaduri, Amit
Shelfmark: S/M.18.2
Description: Kalecki, trend, cycle, technological change, oligopoly.
Author: Steindl, Josef
Date: [12.07.1974]
Shelfmark: S/M.44.2
Description: Keynes, Inflations-Spirale, Kosteninflation, Zyklen, Überwälzungsprozesse, Nachziehprozesse, Lohnhierarchie.

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