An Introduction to Value Theory

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Published on January 11, 2019

Author: erfanmoradian

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1. An Introduction to Value Theory

2. F. A. Harper • • • 2

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4. Introduction • • • • 4

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8. Introduction It is the labor required to produce a thing that gives it value Everything of value had to be "produced" in the economic sense Requiring a certain number of hours of work or thought to bring it into the desired form and location 8

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15. The Austrian Value Concept • • • • 15

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18. Value as Relative Matter • • • • • 18

19. Value as Relative Matter • • 19

20. Profits in Every Exchange • • • 20

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26. The Market Price • • • • 26

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29. The Market Price 29

30. The Authoritarian Substitute 30

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