By George B. Bridgman
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In fact, values change first, and then, more or less rapidly, and more or less completely, prices respond. In the active wholesale and speculative markets, where the overwhelming bulk of exchanging takes place, the prices respond quickly. Static theory is thus adequate for the explanation of these prices, for most practical purposes, so long as the changes in prices are due to changing values of goods, rather than to changing value of the moneyunit. Moreover, the distinction between value and price is, in a fluid market, where the value of money is changing slowly, often not important.
5 . free enterprise, by means of profits and losses, by riches or ! ^ bankruptcy. The group may, under a communistic or socialistic system, rely in whole or in part upon the machinery of the law; in which case economic values appear not in their own form as immediately guiding production, but as "presuppositions" of some of the legal values. The differentiation of these types of social value may ECONOMIC VALUE 27 also run in terms of their functions,1 though it is not so easy to mark them off here, since their functions overlap.
The concept of value here developed is explicitly adopted by T. S. Adams, David Kinley, W. A. Scott, W. G. L. Taylor, L. S. Merriam, and A. S. Johnson, among American writers, to name no others. All of these writers would concur in the formal and logical considerations 3 as to the nature of value here presented, whatever differences might appear among them as to the causal explanation of value. The value concept here presented performs the same logical functions as the "inner objective value" of Karl Chapter on "Value" in the Philosophy of Wealth, and ch.