[OPE-L:1399] RESEARCH IN POLITICAL ECONOMY, Volume 15, in proof stage; ,

Paul Zarembka (ecopaulz@ubvms.cc.buffalo.edu)
Sat, 9 Mar 1996 19:38:44 -0800

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The latest issue of the RESEARCH IN POLITICAL ECONOMY is now in proof
stage and given all theoretical work on this list we thought you'd like
to see the contents below. If your library is not subscribing, PLEASE
encourage subscriptions. Left-wing publications need all your support.

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Volume 15

"Latest Developments in Marxist Theory"

Editors: Paul Zarembka
Department of Economics
State University of New York at Buffalo

Ajit Sinha
Department of Economics
The University of Newcastle

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pages in
Class Analysis and Radical Social Theories: Discovering the Missing 1
by Alvin Y. So, Department of Sociology, The University of Hawaii
at Manoa

Marx and Activity 27
by John O'Manique, The Norman Paterson School of International
Affairs, Carleton University

Economic Structure and Technological Change: Marx and Beyond 75
by Ross Thomson, College of Arts and Sciences, The University
of Vermont

Exploitation and Racial Inequality: The US Case 107
by Gary A. Dymski, Department of Economics, University of
California at Riverside

Maurice Dobb: Between a Marxist and a Smithian Interpretation of the 135
Transition to Capitalism
by Ricardo Duchesne, Department of Social Science, The University
of New Brunswick

Lenin and the Socialist Transition in Russia 153
by James Lawler, Department of Philosophy, State University of New
York at Buffalo

A Critique of Part One of Capital Volume One: The Value Controversy 191
by Ajit Sinha, Department of Economics, The University of Newcastle

The Post-Keynesian and Marxian Approaches to Labor Values: 219
Contradiction or Complementarity?
by Angelo Reati, European Commission, Brussels

Kalecki and Marx 249
by Bruce McFarlane, Department of Economics, The University of


Marx before Sraffa 279
by Giorgio Lunghini

Pierro Sraffa's Vision of the Capitalist Process 287
by Augusto Graziani

The Notion of Capital as Totality 295
by Claudio Napoleoni

Sraffa in Context 301
by Riccardo Bellofiore