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Political Economy After Economics: Scientific Method and Radical Imagination David Laibman Routledge, 2012. Pp, xix, 236

Political Economy After Economics: Scientific Method and Radical Imagination
David Laibman
Routledge, 2012.  Pp, xix, 236   Hardcover, $130.


CONTENTS

Introduction

1  Value and the quest for the core of capitalism

2  Rhetoric and substance in value theory: an appraisal of the new orthodox Marxism

3  Technical change, accumulation, and the rate of profit revisited

4  Okishio and his critics: historical cost vs. replacement cost

5  Is there a classical theory of supply and demand?

6  Rationing and price control

7  Non-constant returns, Pareto optimality, and competitive equilibrium

8  Broadening the theory of aggregate supply: a "New Critical" proposal

9  Revisioning socialism: the Cherry Esplanade Conjecture

10  Incentive design, iterative planning, and local knowledge in a maturing socialist economy

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