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Una Revisión Moderna de las Teorías de Precios de Ricardo y Jevons

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  • Edgar Villa

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    Este artículo revisa las teorías de precios de Ricardo y Jevons. El argumentoprincipal es que la diferencia entre estas teorías proviene de motivaciones y�nalidades teóricas diferentes. Mientras Ricardo tenía interés en encontrarun estándar de valor que sirviera para homogeneizar la heterogeniedad debienes y servicios que compone el producto o excedente de una naciónen una medida común, y cómo ese producto homogeneizado se distribuyeentre terratenientes, trabajadores y capitalistas, Jevons pretendía explicarel consumo de la riqueza en una economía que proviene de la maximizacióndel placer o utilidad a través del intercambio que determina el valor de losbienes en el mercado, tomando como dada la producción de la economía.Argumento que esta diferencia de enfoque surgen debido a la diferencia enlo que cada uno de�ne como el objeto de la Economía Política. Sin embargo,muestro que ambas teorías se pueden racionalizar dentro de un modelo deequilibrio competitivo walrasiano.

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA - BOGOTÁ in its series VNIVERSITAS ECONÓMICA with number 010676.

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    Date of creation: 03 Feb 2013
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    Keywords: History of Economic Thought; Price Theory; Labor Value Theory.;

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    1. Hahn, Frank, 1982. "The Neo-Ricardians," Cambridge Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol. 6(4), pages 353-74, December.
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