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Capital, Interest, and Rent by Frank A. Fetter, one of the greatest American economists, was widely acclaimed and it was widely used by students of studying economics.
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The book has an active table of contents for readers to access each chapter. Principles of Economics by Frank A. Fetter constructed a general theory of economics in the Austrian tradition. Using the axiomatic-deductive method, Fetter traced economic laws to individual human action. The book also demonstrated that the rate of interest…
Fetter is largely remembered for developing a unified and consistent theory of distribution that explained the relationship among capital, interest, and rent. His work on capital, interest, and rent is still valuable and instructive today. Microeconomic analysis has a considerable way to go to catch up to the insight that you can find in Fetter's writings in the first decade and a half of this century.
The book covers the analysis of the theories about capital, interest, and rent by the following greatest economists in economic history:
1. Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk
2. John Bates Clark
3. Irving Fisher
4. Alfred Marshall
This is a must read book for the readers who are interested in researching capital, interest, and rent by Frank Fetter, one of the greatest thinkers on the planet.