[OPE-L] Re: New book(s) on Marx just printed

Gerald Levy (glevy@pratt.edu)
Fri, 16 Jan 1998 09:09:56 -0500 (EST)

I can't resist making the following observation: of the 43 contributors to
this two-volume work, 22 (see below) are current or former subscribers to

Congratulations to Riccardo on finally getting these books into print.

btw, does anyone else have any announcements concerning books or
publications that are of interest to the list?

In solidarity, Jerry

> *** Marxian Economics: A Reappraisal. Vol. I
> Essays on volume III of Capital: Profits, Prices and Dynamics
> 0. Riccardo Bellofiore, Introduction
> A. Method and Value
> 1. Chris Arthur, Engels, Logic and History: On the Logical Structure of
> Marx's Capital
> 4. Riccardo Bellofiore & ,<snip, Finelli>, Capital, Labour and Time: The
> Marxian Monetary Labour Theory of Value as a Theory of Exploitation
> B. Money
> 2. Heiner Ganssmann, The Emergence of Credit Money. Social Measurement and
> Social Learning in Marx's Theory of Money.
> 4. Suzanne de Brunhoff, Money, Interest and Finance in Marx's Capital
> 5 bis Riccardo Bellofiore, Marx's Theory of Money and Credit Revisited: a
> Comment on the papers by Suzanne de Brunhoff and Ferdinando Meacci
> 6. Nelson Prado Alves Pinto,The Finance Capital Revisited
> 8. Duncan K. Foley, Asset Speculation in Marx's Theory of Money
> *** Marxian Economics: A Reappraisal. Vol. II
> Essays on volume III of Capital: Profits, Prices and Dynamics
> Contents
> 0. Riccardo Bellofiore, Introduction
> A. Prices and Values
> 2. Fred Moseley, Marx's Logic in Capital and the "Transformation Problem"
> 3. Andrew Kliman,Value, Exchange Value, and the Internal Consistency of
> Capital, Vol. III: A Refutation of Refutations
> 4. <snip, Wolff> & Bruce Roberts & <snip, Callari>,The Transformation
> Trinity: Value, Value-Form, and Price
> 5 Carole Biewener, Socially Contingent Value
> 6 Paul Cockshott & Allin Cottrell, Does Marx Need to Transform?
> 7. Chai-on Lee,The Distinctions Between Social Value, Individual Value,
> Market Value (a False Social Value) and Market Price in Marx's Third Volume
> of Capital
> 8. Guglielmo Carchedi, Time and Equilibrium in Neo-classical Price Theory
> and in volume III of Capital
> B Dynamics
> 2. Alan Freeman, A General Refutation of the Okishio's Theorem and Proof of
> the Falling Rate of Profit
> 3. Stephen Cullenberg, Recasting the Marxian Debate over the Falling Rate
> of Profit: Decentering the Capitalist Enterprise and the Contradictory
> Movement of the Rate of Pofit
> 4 Geert Reuten, Destructive Creativity: Institutional Arrangements of
> Banking and the Logic of Capitalist Technical Change in the Perspective of
> Marx's 1894 Law of Profit
> C Empirical Approaches
> 1. Gérard Duménil & Dominique Lévy, The Dynamics of Historical Tendencies
> in the Third Volume of Marx's Capital
> 2. Anwar Shaikh, The Empirical Strength of the Labor Theory of Value
> 3. Simon Mohun, Unproductive Labour and the Rate of Profit in Australia
> 1966/67-1991/92
> 3 bis. Alan Freeman, The transformation of prices into values. Comment on
> papers by Simon Mohun and Anwar Shaikh
> 4. Massimo De Angelis, Burning Questions of an Old Book: Class Struggle,
> Commodity Fetishism, and New Society in Marx's Volume Three of Capital