Kapital and Kapitalzins. Erste [– Zweite] Abteilung: Geschichte and Kritik der Kapitalzins-Theorien [– Positive Theorie des Kapitales]. Vierte, unveränderte Auflage. Mit einem Geleitwort von Prof. Dr. Friedrich Wieser, Wien.

Jena, Gustav Fischer, 1921.

Two parts in three vols, large 8vo, pp. xxvi, 546, [4] advertisements; xxiv, 488; viii, 350, [2] advertisements; complete with the half titles; a very fine copy in the original cloth-backed printed paper boards.


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Fourth edition. The second volume, which contains Böhm-Bawerk’s own views (the first volume consists of criticisms of other theories) was rushed through the presses in an unfinished form. Though this was never completely rectified, the third edition, of which the fourth is a reprint, contained revisions and additions, with a new preface by Wieser.

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