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INTERACTIVE INDEX


(Compiled by Bettina Bien Greaves and hyperlinked by Ryan Henrie)

  • Backwardness, economic, 669-671, 746-748. See also Economic development/progress; Industrial Revolution
  • Bailey, Samuel, 219
  • Baker, John Randall, 499n.
  • Balance of payments, 450-458
  • Banking School, 439-440, 444, 571
  • Banks/banking: booms and, 562; British, 442, 460, 571; central, 445, 459, 460, 465-466; Federal Reserve Act of 1913, 568; free, 440-448; international, 476-478; interventionism .and, 434-448, 550-575; liberalism and, 443-444; private, 465; Swiss, 465-466. See also Credit expansion; Cycle theories; Money
  • Bargaining, collective. See Labor
  • Barone, Enrico, 701
  • Barter. See Exchange, direct
  • Bastiat, Fr6d6ric, 147n., 831
  • Beard, Charles and Mary, 630n.
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van, 87
  • Bentham, Jeremy, 175, 192, 674, 831, 834
  • Berdyaew, Nicolas, 675n.
  • Bergmann, Eugen, 203n.
  • Bergson, Henri, 33n., 49, 100n., 219n.
  • Bernard, Claude, 28n.
  • Bernoulli, Daniel, 125-126
  • Betting, 115-116
  • Beveridge, William Henry, 770
  • Bilateral exchange agreements, 475, 800-803
  • Bimetallism, 471-472, 781-782
  • Birth control, 667-672
  • Bismarck, Otto, 323, 367, 816
  • Bodin, Jean, 231, 821
  • Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen, 123, 201n., 254n., 334, 480-482, 487-490, 526-528
  • Bonald, Louis, 864
  • Bonaparte, Louis Napoleon, 666
  • Bonar, James, 668n.
  • Bondage. See Slavery/slaves/serfdom
  • Bonds. See Government, debt/bonds/lending; Moneylending; Public debt
  • Bonds, hegemonic (command) vs. contractual (voluntary), 195-198
  • Bookkeeping, 212-214, 224, 230, 304-305
  • Brentano, Lujo, 623
  • Bretton Woods Conference, 478
  • Bribery, 273, 735-736
  • Brunner, Emil, 675n.
  • Buddhism, 29
  • Bureaucracy, bureaucratic management, 303-311
  • Burke, Edmund, 864
  • Business: calculation, 304-308; forecasting, 870-872; good will and, 379-383; operations, 239-243, 492-493, 584-585, 653, 809-811; propaganda, 320-322; socialist control of, 256. See also Consumer sovereignty; Economic calculation; Entrepreneurs; Interventionism

  • Damocles, sword of, 540
  • Darwinism, 171, 174-176
  • Davanzati, Bemardo, 231
  • Debt abatement (reduction) or aggravation of, 540-541, 783-785, 791. See also Interest rate, theory of; Money-lending
  • Debt, public, 225-228, 847-849
  • Deflation/deflationism, 422-424, 566-570, 785. See also Cycle theories; Inflation/inflationism; Money
  • Democracy, political: case for, 76n., 150, 175, 850; eighteenth century, 174; elections, 652n., 842; majority control, 76, 153, 189, 193, 850. See also Government
  • Democracy of the market, 271, 387, 652n., 682. See also Market economy/process
  • Depressions, economic. See Economic booms/busts; Trade cycle
  • Devaluation, 465-466, 787-793. See also Money
  • Dewey, Thomas E., 57
  • Dickinson, Henry Douglas, 706n., 710n.
  • Dictatorship, 113, 151-153, 182, 652, 690, 850-85 1; worldwide socialism, 277. See also Government; Totalitarianism
  • Dietz, Frederick Charles, 621n.
  • Dietzgen, Eugen, 74n.
  • Differential equations, 710-715. See also Mathematical/quantitative economics
  • Distribution, functional vs. market, 254, 254n., 338, 393-394, 804-805
  • Disutility of labor. See Labor
  • Division of labor. See Labor
  • Dom, Walter Louis, 619n.
  • Double-entry bookkeeping, 230, 304-305
  • Douglas, Clifford Hugh, 186
  • Douglas, Paul, 352
  • Drugs, prohibition of, 733-734
  • Duopoly, 363-364. See also Monopoly

  • Fabianism, British, 761, 816
  • Factors of production (goods of higher orders), 93-94, 333-339; original (non-human) factors, 635-645; unemployed (unused capacity) in a boom, 578-580. See also Capital goods; Goods
  • Factory system, 619-620. See also Industrial Revolution; Technology
  • Fairchild, Fred Rogers, 816n.
  • Fascism, 817
  • Federal Reserve Act of 1913, 568
  • Ferguson, Adam, 197n.
  • Fetter, Frank Albert, 262n., 271n., 489, 635n.
  • Feudalism, 821, 838-839
  • Feuerbach, Ludwig, 15
  • Fichte, Johann, 721
  • Fiduciary media, 433, 434-444, 551, 570. See also Money
  • Final causes. See Teleology
  • Final state of rest, 245-246
  • Fisher, Irving, 204, 220, 442-443, 489, 543n.
  • Flaubert, Gustave, 267n.
  • Flexible (gold exchange) standard, 786-792
  • Flight into real goods/values, 427, 436, 562. See also inflation/inflationism
  • Foch, Ferdinand, 512
  • Forecasting: business, 652-654, 870-872; entrepreneur and, 307-308, 335-338, 870-872; uncertainty and, 105-106, 117-118
  • Foreign aid, 496-498
  • Foreign exchange: balance of payments and, 450-458; bilateral exchange agreements, 800-803; control, 518-519, 800-803; equalization accounts, 461-462, 787; external drain and, 440, 462, 476, 571, 796-797; purchasing power and, 455; speculation and, 457; trade and, 452-458, 459-460. See also Money; Trade, domestic and foreign
  • Foreign investments, 496-498, 500-503
  • Foreign trade. See Trade, domestic and foreign
  • Fourier, Charles, 71n., 137, 239
  • Franklin, Benjamin, 78n.
  • Free banking, 440-448
  • Free trade. See Trade, domestic and foreign
  • Free will, 46
  • Freedom, 279-287; competition and, 274-276; foes of, 143-153, 732-734
  • French Revolution, 286n., 428, 822-823
  • Freud, Sigmund, 35
  • Frictional unemployment, 600
  • Führer (leadership) principle, 695, 769, 850. See also Dictatorship
  • Fullarton, Principle of, 444
  • Future: See Change; Economic calculation; Speculation; Uncertainty

  • Offspring, limitation of, 667-672
  • Oligopoly, 363-364. See also Monopoly
  • Omniscience and omnipotence, 69-71
  • Oncken, August, 664n.
  • Oppenheimer, Franz, 76
  • Originary interest, 526-532, 551
  • Overconsumption, 575. See also Malinvestment
  • Overinvestment, 559-561. See also Malinvestment

  • Quantitative economics: See Mathematical/quantitative economics; Measurement
  • Quasi-market, 705-710
  • Quasi-privileges, 662-663. See also Privileges

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