[OPE] Valle-Baeza & Prices in a Socialist Society.

From: Alejandro Agafonow (alejandro_agafonow@yahoo.es)
Date: Mon May 12 2008 - 13:18:25 EDT

Dear A. Valle-Baeza:
There is an intriguing assertion in your interesting paper that worries me a little bit: 
«In a planned economy, prices that distort labour values must be redundant: for example: it would be possible to use labour values to organize social labour, and workers would be aware of the labour time consumed by society and surplus time destined for accumulation. So a social practice that considers redundant prices as a distortion of values is necessary, in order that the money form of value should disappear.» (Valle-Baeza, Alejandro, “Prices for Regulating and Measuring Marxian Labour Values”, pp. 16)
Do you mean that a socialist society can even go without the Langian prices?
Kind regards,
A. Agafonow

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