By Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine
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Any competitive action by a businessman (for example, a price cut) is regarded in pure theory as evidence that he possesses some monopoly power. Yet what kind of market power is it that a 'non-perfectly competitive' businessman has? The power is no more or less than that of the odd-job man who advertises his services in a small town newspaper. He could charge a higher price or a lower price if he so wishes. But if he also wishes to maximise his income or wealth he is constrained by the market to charge the profit maximising price.
Stage 3 occurs as firms react to the fact that unsold stocks of commodities are accumulating and so layoff labour in order to carry out their plans to sell what they actually produce. Stage 4A is arrived at when the price of commodities falls as firms eventually adjust their prices towards the level implied by the fall in demand in the move from stages 1 to 2. W. Baird, Elements of Macroeconomics, West 1977 and (2) Axel Leijonhufvud, Keynes and the Classics, Institute of Economic Affairs 1969. economic variables to change.
In 4C or 4D the plans cannot be put into effect for just this reason: shortage of money. So Keynes emphasised the validity of Say's Law that the sum of planned excess demands equals zero. But he also showed how the sum of effective demands can be negative, thus negating the slogan that 'supply creates its own demand'. Effective demands can sum to less than zero because of the uniqueness of money which enters into every transaction, and because of the inflexibility of prices relative to quantity changes.
A Short History of Socialist Economic Thought by Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine