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The growth spiral : money, energy, and imagination in the dynamics of the market process

Author: Hans Christoph Binswanger
Publisher: Berlin ; Heidelberg [u.a.] : Springer, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:The Growth Spiral.
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This book develops a new theory of the modern economy. Conventional economic theory is (still) based on an essentially static notion of equilibrium. In contrast, this book offers an analysis of the economic process based on a truly dynamic approach. It understands modern economic activity as manifesting itself in a growth spiral. There are two main drivers of the dynamics of this spiral: steady money creation in the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Christoph Binswanger
ISBN: 9783642318801 3642318800
OCLC Number: 830897555
In: Binswanger, Hans Christoph
Description: XII, 165 S. ; 235 mm x 155 mm.
Contents: Preface to the German Edition.- Preface to the English Edition.- Introduction.- Part I: Money and the Market.- Part II: Market and Production.- Part III: Money and Production in the Dynamics of the Growth Spiral - Growth Imperative and Growth Impetus.- Summary and Outlook.- References.
Other Titles: Die Wachstumsspirale.
Responsibility: Hans Christoph Binswanger.
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