When proposing some unorthodox theory, like the modern labor theory of property, orthodox economists always say: “Show me the math!” Well, here it is.

December 20, 2015 by admin

When proposing some unorthodox theory, like the modern labor theory of property, orthodox economists always say: “Show me the math!” Well, here it is.

Filed Under: Math Blog, Mathematics, Property Theory Tagged With: Economic Theory, labor theory of property, marginal productivity theory, Responsibility Principle

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