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By Richard Arena, Neri Salvadori, Augusto Graziani

Economists from Italy and different nations speak about points of the self-discipline that Graziani has been inquisitive about and has contributed to in the course of his profession. The 27 papers hide funds and monetary job; credits and banks; Keynes, Keynesian economics, and past; construction and source of revenue distribution; and the position of the nation. between specific themes

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The monetary demand for the products of the different branches of industries’, as determined by the decisions of the population on spending and saving. If the structure of production does not correspond to these decisions, ‘we have a vertical maladjustment – vertical because the industries which are not harmoniously developed are related to each other in a vertical order, as cost and product’. In the light of these definitions, the difference between the two points of view can be stated as follows.

6 The Basic One-Asset Model Our starting point is a ‘Modigliani-Brumberg’ (1954 and 1979) life-cycle model without bequests, with the addition of a public sector. The economy is originally in a stationary state equilibrium. Population is constant: T is the number of agents at each calendar year, and each generation is constituted by one agent only. Each agent lives for T years, works for L years and his/her retirement period lasts for N years. This economy reproduces, in each calendar year, the life of the individual agent, in the sense that, just as for one agent total life T = L + N, for the economy as a whole in every year total population T is the sum of L workers and N retired agents, or pensioners, the ‘old’.

251). Through exchange, ‘natural values’ are therefore becoming ‘social values’, as ‘concrete labour’ used to become ‘abstract labour’ in Marx. Therefore, the income circulation is not only the means to ensure the renewal of production in a social economy involving private property and division of labour. It is also a social set-up 16 Money Credit and the Role of the State which permits society to include (or exclude) private productions within (or from) the set of the national product. Wieser also admits the existence of a second type of circulation.

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