[OPE-L:4355] Re: Re: Technical change and general truths

From: Steve Keen (s.keen@uws.edu.au)
Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 08:49:53 EST

I will do so Andrew. My somewhat emotional previous post was based on
Rakesh's tendency to put words into my mouth.
At 05:55 AM 10/29/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>The following, which Steve Keen wrote in OPE-L 4349, is false:
>"The TSS approach to this is to dismiss consideration of a state in which
>rates of [technical] change equal zero, and provide numerical examples
>where the twin propositions above cannot be contradicted.
>I suggest that Steve read Kliman and McGlone, "The Transformation
>Non-Problem and the Non-Transformation Problem," Capital and Class 35,
>1988.  Or McGlone and Kliman, "One System or Two?" in Marx and
>Non-equilibrium Economics, Freeman and Carchedi (eds.), Edward Elgar,
>1996.  Or Eduardo Maldonado-Filho, "Tying-up and Release of Capital and
>the 'Transformation Problem'", presented at EEA Convention, 1997,
>available from the IWGVT website, www.gre.ac.uk/~fa03/iwgvt .
>These works show that Marx's aggregate equalities hold under the temporal
>single-system interpretation of his value theory when there is no
>technical change.  They also explicitly show that Marx's aggregate
>equalities hold under the temporal single-system interpretation of his
>value theory even in *static equilibrium*.
>I suggest that in the future Steve base his evaluation of the TSS
>interpretation on a prior study of TSS research.
>Andrew Kliman
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