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Contemporary Meanings of John R. Commons's Institutional Economics : An Analysis Using a Newly Discovered Manuscript

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Contemporary Meanings of John R. Commons's Institutional Economics : An Analysis Using a Newly Discovered Manuscript
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Contemporary Meanings of John R. Commons's Institutional Economics
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Contemporary Meanings of John R. Commons's Institutional Economics : An Analysis Using a Newly Discovered Manuscript
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I Volitional Theory of Value with Multiple Causations -- Scope of John R. Commons's Criticism of the Classical Theory of Value: Progress and Limitations in the 1927 Manuscript -- 1 Conclusions of Commons's Criticism of the Classical Theory of Value -- 2 Theoretical Progress in the 1927 Manuscript -- 2.1 Conceptualization of Proprietary Scarcity -- 2.2 Construction of a Theory of Value with Multiple Causations -- 2.3 Formulation of Three Types of Transactions -- 3 Theoretical Limitations in the 1927 Manuscript -- 3.1 Limitations in the Concept of Judicial Transactions -- 3.2 Coordination of Managerial and Bargaining Transactions -- 4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- From Carl Menger to John R. Commons: Human Volition and Value Theory in Institutional Economics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Austrian Prelude to Institutional Economics: Value and Powers in Commons Before 1927 -- 3 Menger's Grundsätze for the Scientific Volitional Theory of Value in the 1927 Draft -- 3.1 Menger as a Pioneer of the Volitional Theory of Value -- 3.2 Functional Analysis in Grundsätze as "Exact Orientation of Research" -- 3.3 Commons and Menger as Contemporaries: Two Directions Within the Economy and Conflicts of Interests in the Second Edition of Grundsätze -- 4 Reasonable Value as a Development of Grundsätze in Institutional Economics in 1934 -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part II Theories for Social Reform -- The Effect of the Great Depression on the Institutional Economics of John R. Commons -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Comparison Between Institutional Economics (1934) and the 1927 Manuscript -- 2.1 Previous Studies on the 1927 Manuscript -- 2.2 The Concept of the Institution -- 3 Two Publications in 1931: "World Depressions" and "Institutional Economics" -- 3.1 "World Depressions" (1931) -- 3.1.1 Causes of World Depressions
  • 3.1.2 Measures Against World Depressions -- 3.2 "Institutional Economics" (1931) -- 3.2.1 Concept of the Institution -- 3.2.2 Rationing Transaction -- 4 The Influence of the Great Depression on Commons -- 4.1 Administration of Incorporeal Property and Intangible Property -- 4.2 How to Control Two Kinds of Property -- 4.3 Teachings of Benjamin Strong -- 4.4 The Administrative Committee After the Great Depression -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Two Methods of Institutional Reform in the Institutional Economics of John R. Commons -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Method of Institutional Reform Seen in The Legal Foundations of Capitalism (1924) and the 1927 Manuscript -- 3 The Method of Institutional Reform Described in Institutional Economics (1934a) -- 3.1 Sovereignty in the Joint Bargaining System -- 3.2 Reasons Private Going Concerns Participate in the System -- 3.3 Two Meanings of Reasonableness -- 4 The Importance of the Joint Bargaining System -- 4.1 Avoidance of Totalitarianism -- 4.2 The Passage of the Unemployment Prevention Law -- 5 The Articulation of the Two Methods of Institutional Reform -- 6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- John R. Commons and Gunnar Myrdal on Institutional Economics: Their Methods of Social Reform -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Commons's and Myrdal's Meeting in 1930 -- 3 Commons and the Formative Process of Institutional Economics -- 3.1 Wisconsin in 1930 -- 3.2 From the 1927 Manuscript to Institutional Economics -- 4 Methods of Social Reform -- 4.1 Commons's Method of Reasonable Value -- 4.2 Myrdal's Method of Explicit Value Premises -- 4.3 A Comparative Analysis -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Part III Accomplished Dynamic Models -- John R. Commons's Two Evolutionary Models of Capitalism: Industrial Stages and Economic Stages -- 1 Introduction
  • 2 Three Stages of Industrial Development: Merchant Capitalism, Employer Capitalism, and Banker Capitalism -- 2.1 Industrial Stages and Economic Stages -- 2.2 The Stage of Merchant Capitalism -- 2.3 The Stage of Employer Capitalism -- 2.4 The Stage of Banker Capitalism -- 3 Three Stages of Economic Development: Eras of Scarcity, Abundance, and Stabilization -- 3.1 From Physical Control to Legal Control -- 3.2 Era of Scarcity: Principles of the Open Market -- 3.3 Era of Abundance: How to Restrain Competition -- 3.4 Era of Stabilization: How to Achieve Discrimination -- 4 Commons's Evolutionary Stage Theory of Capitalism -- References -- The Theoretical Connection Between John R. Commons and Regulation and Convention Theories -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dewey's Pragmatism -- 3 Macrodynamics and Various Forms of Coordination -- 3.1 Commons: Value Theory Based on Multiple Causation -- 3.2 Regulation Theory: A Growth Regime Based on Cumulative Causation -- 4 Micro Theory of Human Interaction and Collective Action -- 4.1 Commons: Interrelation of Habitual Assumption and Collective Action -- 4.2 Convention Theory: Two-Layered Coordination Constituted by Regulative and Constitutive Rules -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Appendix -- Excerpts from the 1927 Manuscript: Reasonable Value, A Theory of Volitional Economics by John R. Commons -- Reasonable Value: A Theory of Volitional Economics -- Chapter I Method -- 1. Metaphysics -- 2. Formula of Transactions -- Chapter VIII: Scarcity and Efficiency -- 1. Use-Value, Scarcity-Value, and Value -- (1) Value and Wealth -- (II) Value and Price -- III Fund and Flow
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