Leistungserstellung, Kreislaufgleichgewicht und das Geld
AbstractBased on the original version of Stuuetzel’s habilitation thesis, a so far neglected issue of circular flow equilibrium is considered: the microeconomic transactions during the production period of the neoclassical model of general equilibrium. The specific equilibrium conditions for the „transactions profiles" are analyzed given the institutional rules of Fisher’s Quantity Equation. The implications for the equilibrium with respect to Stuuetzel’s notions of „lock-step with constant steps" and „buying lead with constant steps" are also derived.
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Volume (Year): 232 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (March)
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Neoclassical general equilibrium; microeconomic money transactions; circular flow;
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