October 9, 2016

Note on saving and investment


Like most economists, Steve Roth has some serious troubles with elementary logic and the mathematics of accounting. The saving-investment blunder is as old as Adam Smith and has NOT been rectified since then, neither by Orthodoxy nor by traditional Heterodoxy.

The most elementary relationship says: monetary saving = monetary loss and monetary dissaving = monetary profit. For details see ‘The tiny little problem with economics’ and for more details see cross-references

Egmont Kakarot-Handtke

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