Karl Marx's Economics: Critical Assessments

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John Cunningham Wood
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Marxian economics - 1116 pages
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Contents

VOLUME III
1
Some Notes on the Transformation Problem R L Meek
21
Karl Marx and Says Law B Shoul
36
Marxs Increasing Misery Doctrine T Sowell
53
On the Determinism of the Marxism System
57
K de Schweinitz Jr
62
Marxian Value Reconsidered T Sowell
71
On the Marxian CapitalConsumption Ratio M Bronfenbrenner and Y Kosai
83
A Comment on C C von Weizsackers Article M Morishima
413
Marx in the Light of Modern Economic Theory
418
Morishima
419
A Note on the Marxian Transformation Problem and Income Distribution Y Akyiiz
444
A Critique and Reformulation 5 Bowles and H Gintis
459
A Mathematical Interpretation of Marxian Unproductive Labour L Cuyvers
484
Marxian Models of Reproduction and Accumulation J E Roemer
496
The Formation of Marxs Theory of Crisis M Itoh
518

Notes on Marxian Model of Capital Accumulation A Erlich
91
Marxian Economics as Economics P A Samuelson
107
Marxian Influences in Bourgeois Economics M Bronfenbrenner
115
Why Does Marxian Exploitation Theory Require a Labor Theory of Value? S Gordon
127
The Vicissitudes of Marxian Economics M Bronfenbrenner
131
The Marxist Theory of Value Revisited H J Sherman
145
The Marxian Theory of International Value K Matsui
172
Marxist Models of Cyclical Growth H J Sherman
188
Marx on the Falling Rate of Profit Steedman
210
A Summary of the SoCalled Transformation Problem Between Marxian Values and Competitive Prices P A Samuelson
217
A Note on Understanding the Marxian Notion of Exploitation A P Lerner
257
An Ecumenical Reply P A Samuelson
259
Is Marxian Growth CrisisRidden? 5 Maital
268
On Marxs Scheme of Reproduction and Accumulation D J Harris
280
A Macro Model of the Endogenous Business Cycle in Marxist Analysis R V Eagly
297
A Note G Southworth
313
Samuelson Marx and Their Latest Critics M Bronfenbrenner
322
SamuelsonsReply on Marxian Matters P A Samuelson
331
Surplus Labour Synchronised Labour Costs and Marxs Labour Theory of Value E Wolfstetter
338
Morishima on Marx C C von Weizsacker
361
What Marx ReallyMeant An Interpretation W J Baumol
371
A Reply to Baumol P A Samuelson
388
A Reply to Samuelson M Morishima
401
What Marx Really Meant Comment W J Baumol
407
What Marx Really Meant Rejoinder Merlin Unclothed A Final Word P A Samuelson
410
S Bowles and H Gintis on the Marxian Theory of Value and Heterogeneous Labour M Morishima
539
A Reinterpretation of the Marxian Critique of Capitalism M Postone
546
A Marxist Theory of the Business Cycle H Sherman
578
Sraffa After Marx H D Kurz
615
The Categories of Productive and Unproductive Labor in Marxist Economic Theory E K Hunt
636
The Active Role of Use Value in Marxs
653
Marxs Analysis of the Relationship Between
684
Marxs Classical and PostClassical Conceptions
704
Heterogeneous Labour and the Fundamental
720
Marxian Economics as General Equilibrium
728
Productive and Unproductive Labor and Marxs
758
On Heterogeneous Labour and the Labour Theory
777
A Comment on Bowles and Gintis Marxian Theory
787
The SoCalled Transformation Problem Revisited
804
Notes on Professor Samuelsons Analysis of
832
The Normative and Positivistic Inferiority
843
Classes in Marxian Theory 5 Resnick andR D Wolff
853
Realization and Accumulation in a Marxian Model
902
Class Antagonism Exploitation and the Labour
921
An Instrumentalist
940
An Instrumentalist
964
Classes in Marxist Theory J K Lindsey
980
Reply to Houston and Lindsey R Wolff and S Resnick
988
A Correction M J Watts
1000
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