Re: [OPE] Riccardo's books

From: paul bullock <>
Date: Sat Dec 18 2010 - 13:43:55 EST

If you are all so 'shocked' at publishers prices why not simply publish free
online? You undermine your own position by signing contracts then
complaining about the result.




From: []
On Behalf Of christopher arthur
Sent: 18 December 2010 15:33
To: Outline on Political Economy mailing list
Subject: Re: [OPE] Riccardo's books


The Palgrave books concerned are


The Constitution of Capital: Essays on Volume 1 of Capital eds. Bellofiore
and Taylor

The Circulation of Capital: Essays on Volume 2 of Capital eds Arthur and

The Culmination of Capital: Essays on Volume 3 of Capital eds Campbell and


As people say we authors do not get any say. But it would be good for
Libraries to get this set, for potential readers to put pressure on
publishers to keep them in print and secure a paperback.

Chris A


christopher j. arthur



On 18 Dec 2010, at 13:36, Jurriaan Bendien wrote:

I wonder if Haymarket could bring out cheap paperback editions of the
English-language volumes edited by Riccardo Bellofiore, or more
specifically, the collections of essays edited by Chris Arthur and Riccardo
on Capital Vol 1, 2 and 3?

I cannot afford $130 or $170 for these books. The University of Amsterdam
has NO titles edited by Riccardo, nor does the Royal Library. Erasmus
University has only Riccardo's book on Minsky.

Seems like only a secret Marxist elite can read this books ?!


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