[OPE-L:52] [OPE-L:282] Re: conference on Hyman Minsky

Gerald Levy (glevy@pratt.edu)
Tue, 3 Nov 1998 11:50:59 -0500 (EST)

Riccardo (Master Organizer of conferences) wrote:

> RICHARD DAY, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
> ECONOMICS IN THE SPIRIT OF MINSKY

Is this Richard B. Day, the author of _The 'Crisis' and the 'Crash':
Soviet Studies of the West (1917-1939)_ that Alan has been on a quest
to locate for a few years? [If not, perhaps he knows where his namesake is
located].


> MEGHNAD DESAI, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
> THE MINSKY THESIS: KEYNESIAN OR MARXIAN?

What do you (Riccardo) think that Marxists can learn from the writings of
Minsky? Is it just non-linear chaotic theory or are there other valuable
lessons/contributions? Answers by others are, of course, welcome as
well.

In solidarity, Jerry

PS: What do you think about Duncan's archives proposal?