On the Calculation of the Norm of Effectiveness on the Basis of a One-product Model of the Development of the Economy
Leonid Kantorovich and
Problems of Economic Transition, 1976, vol. 19, issue 4-6, 68-90
Study of the concrete dynamics of the national economy as a whole began in bourgeois economic science, properly speaking, with the study of the crises that arose in the middle of the nineteenth century and that required both explanation and prediction. But the crisis was studied as a separate moment of time, as a separate point in the dynamics of the national economy that went beyond the range of the usual or feasible.
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