[OPE-L:3295] Re: TSS and Value Added

Gerald Lev (glevy@pratt.edu)
Sun, 6 Oct 1996 13:43:37 -0700 (PDT)

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John wrote in [OPE-L:3294]:

> Both Andrew and Duncan agree that output prices drop in the 2nd period such
> that the commodities are sold at their individual values. I'm suggesting
> that it is difficult to get beyond that period if these price decreases
> are seen by the capitalists. If everyone is assuming that the price
> decreases are not apparent to them and the prices at which the
> commodities actually sell are greater than the ones we see, then my
> comment can be readily ignored. If that is not the case, all of us
> including Andrew and Duncan need to be a bit clearer on what we are
> doing and, perhaps, devise some way acceptable to all to include
> "social values."

How can we grasp the distinction between individual and social values in a
one-sector model?

I think it's high-time we went multi-sector (can anyone recommend a good
high-powered Windows statistical programme?).

In solidarity,