Less is More: Capital Theory and Almost Irregular-Uncontrollable Actual Economies
Theodore Mariolis () and
Lefteris Tsoulfidis ()
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Capital theory and the associated with it price effects consequent upon changes in the distributive variables hold centre stage when it comes to the internal consistency of both classical and neoclassical theories of value. This paper briefly reviews the literature and then focuses on the detected skew eigenvalue distribution of the vertically integrated technical coefficients matrices of actual economies. The findings prompt the use of the Schur triangularization theorem for the construction even of a single industry from the input-output structure of the entire economy. Such a hyper-basic industry, in combination with hyper-non-basic industries, embodies properties that may capture the behaviour of the entire economic system. Thus, we can derive some meaningful results consistent with the available empirical evidence, which finally suggest that actual economies tend to respond as ‘irregular-uncontrollable’ systems.
Keywords: Almost irregular-uncontrollable economy; Capital theory; Eigenvalue distribution; Hyper-basic industry; Effective rank (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B21 B51 C67 D46 D57 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: LESS IS MORE: CAPITAL THEORY AND ALMOST IRREGULAR-UNCONTROLLABLE ACTUAL ECONOMIES (2018)
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