Re: (OPE-L) Luxemburg's Intro to P.E. in English

From: Rakesh Bhandari (bhandari@BERKELEY.EDU)
Date: Thu Nov 18 2004 - 11:48:12 EST

At 9:08 AM -0500 11/18/04, Paul Zarembka wrote:
>Luxemburg did not pay much attention to the tendency of the rate of profit
>and that is a strength of hers.

This is an assertion as is my claim that I found Fred Moseley's piece
in Alfredo Saad Filho's Anti Capitalism more penetrating than yours
in the same book.

>The tendency of profits, if any, is an extremely complicated problem.  I
>always found A.D. Magaline (an anonymous collective) Lutte de classes et
>devalorisation du capital: Contribution a la critique de revisionnisme,
>Maspero 1975 a great starting point, but no body pays any attention to it.
>Quel domage!
>Grossmann is a tired reference.

And so are Mattick, Shoul, Yaffe, Cogoy, Shaikh, Ernst, Moseley?


>RESEARCH IN POLITICAL ECONOMY,  Paul Zarembka, editor, Elsevier Science

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