Growth, Profits and Property: Essays in the Revival of Political Economy

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Edward J. Nell
CUP Archive, 1984 M08 31 - 304 páginas
This collection of essays is designed to illustrate the variety, complexity and power of non-neoclassical economic thinking. The essays define the fundamental questions differently, employ different analytical tools and arrive at different conclusions. The two strands of non-neoclassical thinking that occupy most of the book are the neo-Keynesian and the neo-Marxian. The bulk of the book is composed of essays on microeconomics, macroeconomics, trade, comparative systems and welfare, with an unusual section on property rights and social hierarchy.
 

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The revival of political economy
19
Robinson Crusoe and the secret of primitive accumulation
29
A postmortem on the neoclassical parable
45
The end of orthodox capital theory
64
Humbug II
80
Competition and pricetaking behavior
99
a theoretical framework for monetary analysis
137
A postKeynesian development model of the Keynesian model
151
a radical approach
189
The laws of international exchange
204
A radical critique of welfare economics
239
Property theory and orthodox economics
250
Cambridge economics as commodity fetishism
276
Epilogue
303
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