[OPE-L:5905] Web sites on Marxist Economics

From: Gerald_A_Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@email.msn.com)
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 12:00:34 EDT

A recent surf of the Web revealed some sites that may be of interest to listmembers -- especially to the 
extent that some of the following might have limited 
uses in the classroom:

a) If you want to let students read a _very brief description_ of Marxist economics, consider:


by Paul Dunne. The above is part of a page titled "Economics at Middlesex University Business School".

b) do you like to play games with students? If so, and especially if you and/or your students enjoy the 
TV show "Jeopardy", consider assigning "Marxist Jeopardy:


c) A pamphlet by Ray Nunes (Chairman of the Workers' Party of New Zealand) called "Marxist Political Economy:


d) A course called "Understanding Marx's Capital" which uses Otto Ruhle's abridgement for required reading to teach Volume 1 in 10 weeks:

*** What are some other Web sites that might be of interest to listmembers?

(self-promotion is allowed).

In solidarity, Jerry

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