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The Resource Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution, editors, Andreas Chai and Chad M. Baum

Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution, editors, Andreas Chai and Chad M. Baum

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Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution
Title
Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution
Statement of responsibility
editors, Andreas Chai and Chad M. Baum
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Editor
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
330
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no index present
LC call number
HB71
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Chai, Andreas
  • Baum, Chad M.
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Economic complexity and evolution
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  • Economics.
  • Economic history.
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Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution, editors, Andreas Chai and Chad M. Baum
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Demand, Complexity, and Long-Run Economic Evolution; 1 The Long-Run Growth of Demand; 2 Rethinking the Economic Problem; 3 Bounded Rationality and the Emergent Complexity of Consumer Behaviour; 4 Overview of Contributions; References; Part I: Re-thinking the Economic Possibilities of Our Grandchildren; Work and Consumption in an Era of Unbalanced Technological Advance; 1 Introduction; 2 Why was Keynes wrong about work?; 3 Was Keynes wrong about living standards Too?; 4 The role of ǹ̀on-standard ṕ́references; 5 Technological unemployment
  • 6 A potential solution: Keynes meets Galbraith7 Summary of conclusions; References; Institutions Hold Consumption on a Leash: An Evolutionary Economic Approach to the Future of Consumption; 1 Introduction; 2 What does it mean to s̀olve the economic problem?;́ 3 Institutions for growth and consumption are the same; 4 The shape of consumption within institutions that have solved the economic problem; 4.1 The rise of the new economy, again; 4.2 Evolution of household production and productivity; 5 Why Keynes was wrong; References
  • The Mortgage Treadmill Versus Discretionary Spending and Enforced Leisure1 Introduction; 2 Financial Evolution and the Debt Treadmill; 3 Discretionary Consumption in the Future; 4 Macroeconomic Ramifications of Robotic Production Systems; 5 Conclusion; References; Ars Ultima Spes? Some Notes on the Unsustainability of Todayś Capitalism and Culture as a Possible Remedy; 1 Introduction; 2 The Endogenous Limits of the Capitalist Mode of Production; 3 From the Mode of Production to the Mode of Consumption; 4 Ars Ultima Spes: A Beneficent Interpretation of Baumol and Bowenś C̀̀ost Diseasé́
  • 5 Arts, Culture, Education, ConsumptionReferences; Part II: New Perspectives on the Long-Run Evolution of Demand; Tackling Keynes Q́uestion: A Look Back on 15 years of Learning to Consume; 1 Introduction; 2 Learning To Consume; 2.1 Innate needs; 2.2 Acquired wants; 2.3 Cognitive motives; 3 Emerging themes; 3.1 Demand satiation; 3.2 Escaping satiation; 4 Consumer specialization; 5 Discussion; 5.1 Future directions; 5.2 Methodological issues; 5.3 Endogeneity and the sustainability agenda; 6 Conclusion; References; The Evolution of Consumption and Its Welfare Effects; 1 Introduction
  • 2 Motivational hypotheses as key for understanding preferences3 Motivational change and the evolution of consumption: the differential satiation hypothesis; 4 Implications for human welfare: when is more consumption better?; 5 Conclusions; References; How Where I Shop Influences What I Buy: The Importance of the Retail Format in Sustainable Tomato Consumption; 1 Introduction; 2 Retail Formats and Sustainable Consumption; 3 Designing the Discrete Choice Experiment; 3.1 Survey and Data Collection; 3.2 Sample Characteristics; 3.3 Experimental Design; 3.3.1 Attributes and Attribute Levels
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1 online resource.
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online
Isbn
9783030024222
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rdamedia
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c
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not applicable
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  • on1101101079
  • (OCoLC)1101101079
Label
Demand, complexity, and long-run economic evolution, editors, Andreas Chai and Chad M. Baum
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: Demand, Complexity, and Long-Run Economic Evolution; 1 The Long-Run Growth of Demand; 2 Rethinking the Economic Problem; 3 Bounded Rationality and the Emergent Complexity of Consumer Behaviour; 4 Overview of Contributions; References; Part I: Re-thinking the Economic Possibilities of Our Grandchildren; Work and Consumption in an Era of Unbalanced Technological Advance; 1 Introduction; 2 Why was Keynes wrong about work?; 3 Was Keynes wrong about living standards Too?; 4 The role of ǹ̀on-standard ṕ́references; 5 Technological unemployment
  • 6 A potential solution: Keynes meets Galbraith7 Summary of conclusions; References; Institutions Hold Consumption on a Leash: An Evolutionary Economic Approach to the Future of Consumption; 1 Introduction; 2 What does it mean to s̀olve the economic problem?;́ 3 Institutions for growth and consumption are the same; 4 The shape of consumption within institutions that have solved the economic problem; 4.1 The rise of the new economy, again; 4.2 Evolution of household production and productivity; 5 Why Keynes was wrong; References
  • The Mortgage Treadmill Versus Discretionary Spending and Enforced Leisure1 Introduction; 2 Financial Evolution and the Debt Treadmill; 3 Discretionary Consumption in the Future; 4 Macroeconomic Ramifications of Robotic Production Systems; 5 Conclusion; References; Ars Ultima Spes? Some Notes on the Unsustainability of Todayś Capitalism and Culture as a Possible Remedy; 1 Introduction; 2 The Endogenous Limits of the Capitalist Mode of Production; 3 From the Mode of Production to the Mode of Consumption; 4 Ars Ultima Spes: A Beneficent Interpretation of Baumol and Bowenś C̀̀ost Diseasé́
  • 5 Arts, Culture, Education, ConsumptionReferences; Part II: New Perspectives on the Long-Run Evolution of Demand; Tackling Keynes Q́uestion: A Look Back on 15 years of Learning to Consume; 1 Introduction; 2 Learning To Consume; 2.1 Innate needs; 2.2 Acquired wants; 2.3 Cognitive motives; 3 Emerging themes; 3.1 Demand satiation; 3.2 Escaping satiation; 4 Consumer specialization; 5 Discussion; 5.1 Future directions; 5.2 Methodological issues; 5.3 Endogeneity and the sustainability agenda; 6 Conclusion; References; The Evolution of Consumption and Its Welfare Effects; 1 Introduction
  • 2 Motivational hypotheses as key for understanding preferences3 Motivational change and the evolution of consumption: the differential satiation hypothesis; 4 Implications for human welfare: when is more consumption better?; 5 Conclusions; References; How Where I Shop Influences What I Buy: The Importance of the Retail Format in Sustainable Tomato Consumption; 1 Introduction; 2 Retail Formats and Sustainable Consumption; 3 Designing the Discrete Choice Experiment; 3.1 Survey and Data Collection; 3.2 Sample Characteristics; 3.3 Experimental Design; 3.3.1 Attributes and Attribute Levels
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030024222
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1101101079
  • (OCoLC)1101101079

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