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by Irving Fisher (Author). The Theory of Interest as Determined by Impatience to Spend Income and Opportunity to Invest It Paperback.
Theory of interest as determined by impatience to spend income and opportunity . Selected publications.
Theory of interest as determined by impatience to spend income and opportunity to invest it, 1930. Fisher saw that subjective economic value is not only a function of the amount of goods and services owned or exchanged, but also of the moment in time when they are purchased with money Selected publications.
Irving fisher, the theory of interest, as determined by impatience to spend income and . This book is still used a textbook and is an outstanding example of clearly written economic theory.
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1. Theory of Interest. ISBN 10: 0678000034 ISBN 13: 9780678000038.
Introduction to Reprint of Irving Fisher, The Rate of Interest. The Dance of the Dollar: Irving Fisher’s Monetary Theory of Economic Fluctuations. Adolphe Landry and Irving Fisher on Circulation and Interest. Dimand, Robert W. 1993. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 1995. History of Economic Thought and Policy 2: 115–123. Dimand, Robert . and Hichem Ben-El-Mechaiekh.
Fisher presented the theory of interest by giving a full demonstration of the principles that determine an interest rate in the book THE THEORY OF INTEREST
Fisher presented the theory of interest by giving a full demonstration of the principles that determine an interest rate in the book THE THEORY OF INTEREST. Fisher pioneered a new theory that integrated all the aspects of the fundamental changes
The theory of interest. The macmillan company. Irving fisher PROBE880R o f economics, yale univerbity.
The theory of interest. NEW YORE BOSTON CHICAGO DALLAS ATLANTA S A N BpANClscO. The result has been a new book, The Theory of Interest, a complete rewriting of the former book, with additions of new material.
Irving Fisher was an American economist best noted for his work in the fields of statistics, monetary theory, interest, and . In his writing Fisher was able to satisfy the requirements of both the specialist and the general reader without banishing mathematics to footnotes or appendices.
He spent most of his life at Yale University, first as a student and later as a member of the faculty. A prolific writer, he produced nearly 30 books and hundreds of scientific papers. Much of Fisher's work was truly pioneering.
Inflation during and since the War caused prices to soar and real interest rates to sag in Germany and other nations far below zero thus impoverishing millions of investors. In all countries gilt-edge securities with fixed return became highly speculative, because of the effect of monetary fluctuations on real interest rates
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