00:01    |    
Presentation of Israel Kirzner by Fritz Thomas
01:45    |    
Introduction and explanation of the contents of the conference by Israel Kirzner
06:02    |    
The importance of interest
Permanent income and the ownership of resources
The value of means
14:33    |    
Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk's Interest Theory
Irving Fisher's interpretation of the Interest Theory
Roundaboutness
Production and time
Time preference
Frank Fetter's interpretation
Time in the interest theories
33:27    |    
Frank Knight's Synchronization Idea
39:17    |    
Interest as the growth rate of capital
41:13    |    
The Cambridge-Italian School
The counterrevolution of marginal economics
Theory of interest
49:57    |    
The different theories of interest
The Neoclassical School and the Synchronization Theory
The Cambridge-Italian School
The Austrian Theory
1:00:07    |    
Questions from the audience
How did the Cambridge-Italian School affect the Neoclassical Interest Theory?
Which interest theory is the most followed today?



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Theory of Capital and Interest
Israel Kirzner

Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, November 3, 1996

A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, November 3, 1996
Index: Joseph Cole; publication: Pedro David España



Israel Kirzner is a leading economist of the Austrian School of Economics. He is professor emeritus of economics at New…

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