On Thu, 26 Apr 2001 email@example.com wrote: > Re Allin's  and the discussion on turnover: > Thanks for this, Allin. I think it is helpful. While thanks are being handed out, let me thank Rakesh for raising the issue (if it was he): it's an interesting one and forces clarification of some difficult points. > A history of thought question: while there are references to > turover time in the secondary literature, have there ever been > any real *debates or extended discussions* on the topics that we > have been discussing.... One quick observation: I'm struck by the fact that Marx's chapter on this in Vol. II seems quite tentative. The text sort of seems to promise a "real clarification" of the issue, but never quite gets there. (I think the part where he makes most headway is where he looks at the issue of turnover time from the standpoint of a communist society, in terms of the level of resources tied up in long-term projects.) Allin.
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