Karl Marx's Economics: Critical Assessments

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John Cunningham Wood
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - Marxian economics - 536 pages
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Contents

The Logics of Marx
1
Similarities Between the Economic Theories of Marx
21
What is the Alternative for the East? Neither Orthodox
42
Philosophical Presuppositions of Marxs Labour Theory
119
An Obituary or a New Life for the Tendency of the Rate
151
The Restoration of a Certain Coherence l Vujatic
166
Marxs Method of Political Economy and the Present
171
Freedom and Unfreedom in Marxian Economics
182
Profit and Technical Change W Semmler
299
Marxs Analysis of the Relationship Between the Rate
328
A Reply Marxs
335
Marx and Keynes Private Property and Money
344
Schumpeter R L Heilbroner
383
Karl Marxs Theory of SocioInstitutional Transformation
397
Value and Distribution in the Classical Economists
406
A Note on Translation C Arthur
407

There are Two Karl Marxes A N Rugina
193
The Systematic Outlook in the Works of Karl Marx
210
On the Marxian Theory of Wages E S deDios
217
The French
223
Ideology or Science? A Review
235
An Institutionalist Approach
444
A Marxian Alternative to the Traditional Transformation
451
A Note on the Dispensability of the Labor Theory of Value
476
A Response to Arthur DiQuattros A Note on
482
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