A Note On The Short-Run “Productiveness” Of Labor Services
Since the time of Adam Smith, classical and Marxist economists have made a distinction between productive and unproductive labor. According to Smith, productive is that “labour which adds to the value of the subject upon which it is bestowed” (Smith, 1937, 314). © 1997, MCB UP Limited
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Raiklin, Ernest, "A Note On The Short-Run “Productiveness” Of Labor Services" (1997). Faculty Publications. 3995.