From: Paul Cockshott (clyder@GN.APC.ORG)
Date: Thu Mar 11 2004 - 13:39:42 EST
> > >Then Carchedi "transforms" his "values" into his "prices" in > >such a way that this condition does not hold. > > No the conditions of D=S and intersectoral equalization of rate of > profit are assumed to hold in that one time subscripted period in > Carchedi's determination of production prices. > > Ernesto, I don't think you are addressing TSS reasons for claiming > that the bourgeois notions of prices as long term equilibrium, center > of gravity points has been conflated with Marx's idea of price of > production which need not have said equilibrium property to be > distinguishable from market price. This would have some conviction if they presented a dynamic model with differential equations but they do not. I have yet to see a dynamic model in the true sense of the word from the TSS people: ie, one which will operate algorithmically to produce their numerical results.
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