Capital Theory pp 232-236 | Cite as

Roundabout methods of production

  • K. H. Hennings
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Abstract

Methods of production are roundabout if they use produced means of production or the services of capital goods as well as those of land and labour, the latter being considered original or primary factors of production.

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