Permanent income and the ownership of resourcesThe value of meansIrving Fisher's interpretation of the Interest TheoryFrank Fetter's interpretationTime in the interest theoriesThe counterrevolution of marginal economicsTheory of interestThe Neoclassical School and the Synchronization TheoryThe Cambridge-Italian SchoolThe Austrian TheoryHow did the Cambridge-Italian School affect the Neoclassical Interest Theory?Which interest theory is the most followed today?
[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
--Production and time
-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?