Freeman, Alan (2002): Marx After Marx After Sraffa.
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This paper was originally presented at a conference on value organized by the Laboratory for Social Change in Rome, which staged a debate on value theory involving Andrew Kliman, Alan Freeman, Mino Carchedi, Gary Mongiovi, Fabio Petri, Duncan Foley, and Ernesto Screpanti.
The paper was a contribution to this discussion. The most complete version was presented to the 2002 conference of the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, September 2002. This version was presented to the annual conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics (AHE) in July 2002.
The article contains an initial response to Gary Mongiovi’s critique of the TSSI presented at the Eastern Economic Association and subsequently printed in the Review of Radical Political Economy [Mongiovi, G (2002), Vulgar Economy in Marxian Garb: A Critique of Temporal Single System Marxism, paper to the 2002 conference of the Eastern Economic Association; Mongiovi, Gary. 2002. Vulgar Economy in Marxian Garb: A critique of temporal single-system Marxism, Review of Radical Political Economics 34:4, 393–416.]
Keywords: Value, Marx, Price, Money, Sraffa, Transformation, rate of profit, Okishio, TSSI, MELT, Temporal, Non-equilibrium, History of Economic Thought.
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