(OPE-L) Say's Law in Marxian Theories?

From: Gerald A. Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Tue Feb 24 2004 - 07:57:29 EST

John Rosenthal (1999) "Addressing the Dogma of Growth" in 
Paul Zarembka ed. _Research in Political Economy_ 19, asserts
that Grossman and "Grossmanian" theories (including that of
list member Anwar Shaikh) assume "Say's Law".  Rosenthal
makes the claim that Grossman's theory _implicitly_ assumes
"Say's Law"  even though he acknowledges that Grossman 
_explicitly_  rejected Say's Law.

--  Do others agree that Grossman's theory implicitly assumed
       Say's Law?
-- Do "Grossmanian theories" assume Say's Law?

-- Are there any Marxian theorists from a non-"Grossmanian" 
       tradition which assume Say's Law?

In solidarity, Jerry

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