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Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk: The Positive Theory of Capital: Book 4: Chapter 3

The Positive Theory of Capital:

Book 4: Price

Chapter 3: One-Sided Competition

00:11 - First - of one-sided competition of Buyers.

03:59 - Second - of one-sided competition of Sellers.

Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk (1851 - 1914) was an Austrian Economist, who was influenced by Carl Menger, and served as the Austrian Minister of Finance between 1895 and 1904. In the book The Positive Theory of Capital Eugen brings up six sections: Capital as an Instrument of Production, Value, Price, Present and Future, The Source of Interest, and The Rate of Interest.

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