----- Original Message ----- From: "Anwar Shaikh" <SHAIKH@newschool.edu> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 11:54 AM Jerry Although I am flattered to be linked to Pasinetti (he was my teacher at Columbia, and remains a friend), I am not sure what exactly this is either. I suspect it has to do with international trade theory and its relation to the classical and marxian arguments. I often make the link between vertically integrated unit labor costs (which reduce to labor values when all wages reflect the value of the heterogenous labors involved) and both theoretical and observed prices. Then in my work on trade I develop a theoretical and empirical explanation for trade patterns, including the effects of so-called free trade, and show that this approach has its roots in Smith and Marx (as opposed to traditional trade theory which has its roots in Ricardo). These arguments are on my personal home-page, whose address is given below. Would appreciate knowing more about the Kohler and Tausch book. http://homepage.newschool.edu/~AShaikh/ Anwar Anwar Shaikh Professor Department of Economics Graduate Faculty New School University 65 Fifth Avenue New York, N.Y. 10003 Tel: 212 229-5729 Fax: 212 229-5724 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage: http://homepage.newschool.edu/~AShaikh >>> "gerald_a_levy" <email@example.com> 02/18/02 11:29AM >>> In the following post from the 'ipe' mailing list, there is a "Table of Contents" for a book by G. Kohler and A. Tausch entitled _Global Keynesianism: Unequal Exchange and Global Exploitation_. http://csf.colorado.edu/mail/ipe/2002/msg00166.html What on earth is a "Shaikh-Pasinetti Dynamic"? I don't understand what these two authors have in common re theories of productivity, growth and globalization. Do others know? In solidarity, Jerry PS: I'm cc'ing Anu since his mail is currently set to 'postpone'.
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