Investition, Finanzierung und Sparen: einige Implikationen der Keynes-Robertson-Kontroverse über den "Revolving Fund"
[Investment, finance and saving: some implications of the Keynes-Robertson controversy on the "revolving fund"]
In this paper the Keynes-Robertson controversy about the "revolving fund" of finance in 1937/38 is reviewed and the implications for the relationship between investment, finance and saving are drawn.
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