A Neo-Austrian Perspective on the Value of Growth Prospects
Andrea Mantovi () and
Augusto Schianchi ()
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Augusto Schianchi: Dipartimento di Economia, UniversitÃ di Parma, Italy
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The valuation framework inherent t the neo-Austrian theory of capital set forth by Hickâ€™s (1973) is discussed in terms of a fundamental formula which disentangles the profitability associated with the scale of operation from the internal rate of return of the production process. The formula is employed to tailor a perspective on the value of investment prospects, meant to complement the insights embodied by Tobinâ€™s q metric. Balance sheet recessions are briefly discussed as a cogent line of application of four formula. Potential lines of progress are envisioned.
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