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Re Julian's  et al:
> I'm currently making a systematic review of recent *empirical* heterodox
> studies of profitability and especially of the profit rate, and there
> certainly seem to be enough of them to be going on with...
For Marxian studies in addition to the ones you mentioned, some other
recent works well worth considering include (OPE-L listmember) Murray G.
Smith's _Invisible Leviathan: The Marxist Critique of Market Despotism
beyond Postmodernism_ (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1994) [e.g.
comparison of Fred's to Murray's empirical studies might prove
interesting] and Michael J. Webber and David L. Rigby _The Golden Age
Illusion: Rethinking Postwar Capitalism_ (NY, The Guilford Press, 1996)
[Webber/Rigby were very influenced by Farjoun/Machover so it might be
interesting to compare W/R with Cockshott/Cottrell since Paul and Allin
were also influenced by F/M).
In solidarity, Jerry
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