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This chapter develops the implications of applying Austrian capital theory to the neoclassical theory of the firm. We start by offering an account of the historical evolution of (Austrian) capital theory and its state of the art. We finish by extending recent financial applications to capital theory to the role of the entrepreneur and the theory of the firm. We also lay out potential areas of future research.

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