On the Concept of Social Value

Joseph Schumpeter
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 23, No. 2 (Feb., 1909), pp. 213-232
Published by: Oxford University Press
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Abstract

I. Methods of pure theory are individualistic, 214.--II. Meaning of the concept of social value, 217.--III. Concept of social value opens up an optimistic view of society and its activities, 222.--IV.Relation of the theory of prices of the concept of social value, 225.--V.Summary, 231.

Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
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    Die soziale Kategorie, 1896
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    Professor v. Wieser calls Niitzlichkeitaskalen.
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    Professor Seligman's Principles, p. 179 seq.
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    Rodbertus, "Zur Erkenntnis unserer staatswirtschaftlicher Zustande," passim
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    Seligman, loc. cit.
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    Seligman, pp. 180, 182
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    this Journal, vol. xv. p. 579.
[Footnotes]
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    Wesen und Hauptinhalt der theoretischen Nationalökonomie (1908)