[OPE-L:6579] [OPE-L:44] Re: Marxists on International Economics: a student query

Alan Freeman (a.freeman@greenwich.ac.uk)
Mon, 29 Jun 1998 08:43:30 +0100

Funny you should say that;

I just spent a week with Mino Carchedi who gave a course on just this type
of question, and sat with him while he grilled his poor students on it. SO
I think he may be quite up-to-date with the literature.

You can reach him on mino@fee.uva.nl


Michael Williams wrote:
> I was recently asked the following by a graduate student working on
> his MA dissertation:
> > i came across some mainstream analysis of the
> > relation between an appreciation of the exchange rate and the
> > current account and how expansionary fiscal policy would impact on
> > these two variables etc., in short, basically all the hydraulic
> > mechanisms expressed in the Mundell-Flemming model. I wondered how
> > Marxists approach these issues, especially changes in the exchange
> > rate, etc. Would you mind giving me some hints or basic reading
> > tips.
> I have done what I can for him. Does anyone have any other hints or
> reading for him? (He reads German as well as English.)
> Thanks,
> Comradely greetings,
> -
> Michael
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