[OPE-L:4417] Re: 2 equalities, one invariance condition

From: Ajit Sinha (ajitsinha@lbsnaa.ernet.in)
Date: Fri Nov 03 2000 - 02:03:48 EST

Rakesh Narpat Bhandari wrote:

> My equilibrium solution to the transformation problem is simply the slogan:
> *2 equalities means 2 invariance conditions. Not!*
> my other non equilibrium slogan was:
> *the inputs and outputs at identical prices of production? What kind
> of static shit is that?!*
> I have t-shirts for sale. Only 10% more for both slogans on the
> front, with a beautiful picture of an arm and hammer busting an
> armchair on the back.
> Yours, Rakesh
> ps there is another one in the making: it has the faces of
> Bortkiewicz, Sweezy, Samuelson, Sraffa, Steedman and written below
> them--
> "The Transformation Problem: A Great Comedy of Error."
> If you order now, you can have your t shirt before the next
> conference of that oxymoron of Marxist economists. All proceeds will
> go to aid war veterans seizing back their land in Zimbabwe.


Rakesh, I think you have found the right vocation for yourself finally! Now, my
advise would be to put all your energy into t-shirt business. All the best!
Cheers, ajit sinha

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