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Ecodynamics is a part of applied economics. It covers knowledge on monetary value, the usage of money[1] and the money flow.[2] It deals with labour, and capital.

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  • M. King Hubbert on the Nature of Growth. Testimony to Hearing on the National Energy Conservation Policy Act of 1974, Subcommittee on the Environment of the committee on Interior and Insular Affairs House of Representatives, June 6, 1974.
  • Herman E. Daly: Economics in a Full World, Scientific American, September 2005, Vol. 293, Issue 3.
  • System Dynamics Society

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ M. Grasselli, B. Costa Lima: An analysis of the Keen model for credit expansion, asset price bubbles and financial fragility, Mathematics and Financial Economics Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2012, pp 191-210
  2. ^ Trond Andresen: Fundamental financial accumulation dynamics, Department of Engineering Cybernetics, NT, Trondheim, Norway, August 2009.
  • Boulding, Kenneth E. (1978). Ecodynamics : a new theory of societal evolution. Beverly Hills (CA): Sage Publications. ISBN 978-0-8039-0945-8.
  • Kümmel, Reiner (2011). The Second Law of Economics: Energy, Entropy, and the Origins of Wealth. Berlin: Springer. ISBN 978-1-4419-9364-9.
  • Pokrovskii, Vladimir (2011). Econodynamics. The Theory of Social Production. Heidelberg & Berlin: Springer. ISBN 978-94-007-2095-4.
  • Keen, Steve (1997). Economic Growth and Financial Instability, Dissertation at the School of Economics. Sydney: The University of New South Wales. ISBN 978-94-007-2095-4.