The work is called “Complementarity and Substitution in the Theory of Capital."
Can anyone help?
I understand that everything in it was probably already covered in his later book on capital.
"As in a kaleidoscope, the constellation of forces operating in the system as a whole is ever changing." - Ludwig Lachmann
"When A Man Dies A World Goes Out of Existence" - GLS Shackle
This is all I can find. It contains a section based off of Lachmann's article if that helps. Good luck finding it if it doesn't help. Search for "Complementarity and Substitution: A Note on Dynamics and Change in the Structure of Production".
If I had a cake and ate it, it can be concluded that I do not have it anymore. HHH
Here on pg. 197.
Complementarity and Substitution in the Theory of Capital
If you cannot view the JSTOR article on your computer, try going to a public library or university computer.
Edit: Or you can use the link provided by Rorschach.
lol, thanks rorschach and all
I could have sworn I read it before - Now I know why.
This is why I need this book on hard copy. Things I really want to remember where I get an idea from and hold on to specific info, I need in actual physical form. Thankfully this was on my next Amazon / Mises batch of things to order
Vive, you're the man