Notes on the Economics of Technical Progress

  • Joan Robinson


Technical progress is a large subject, involving the whole history of the human race. We are here concerned only with changes of methods of production in a developed capitalist system, and our argument will apply to piecemeal innovations, not to great technical revolutions which transform a whole society and make comparisons between its present and its former state more or less meaningless.


Real Wage Technical Progress Capital Good Real Wage Rate Relative Factor Price 
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© Joan Robinson 1979

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