[OPE-L:4030] TheTransformationProblem

From: Alejandro Ramos (aramos@btl.net)
Date: Mon Oct 09 2000 - 10:02:12 EDT

Re # 4028

Steve Keen writes:

>Early visionary economists like Schumpeter and Marx can be forgiven for
>falling into equilibrium thinking on occasions, or for misunderstanding the
>relationship between equilibrium and dynamic thinking, because the real
>differences have only been clearly elucidated in the last 20 years.

May you briefly list those differences and tell us who have elucidated them?


>This does raise one thing which I find somewhat bemusing in the TSS
>approach: it appears to endow Marx with the ability to comprehend issues
>which have only been mathematically resolved in the last 30 years or so.

Again, which are these issues and who have resolved them?

Alejandro Ramos

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