Andrew wrote recently:
> We can (I hope) focus on a one-commodity capitalist economy, and
>simply compare the implications of two equations that each claim to formalize
>value determination in Marx's theory, given the above conditions:
>
>v(t) = v(t)a(t) + l(t),
>
>which ALL interpretations except TSS (and certain "abstract labor"
>interpretations) adhere to in the one-commodity case,
>
>and
>
>v(t) = v(t-1)a(t) + l(t),
>
>the TSS interpretation.
>
>(v(t) is the unit *output* value = price of period t; v(t-1) the unit *input*
>value = price of period t.)
I have two queries of (orthodox/heterodox) TSS advocates.
In a multi-commodity world
1. Is the value equation still written as above (but in matrix algebra)? I
seem to remember that I have seen it as
v(t) = p(t-1)A(t) + l(t)
2. Could someone put timescripts on the input-output equation x = Ax + y?
Thanks.
Sorry to be silent for so long.
Simon
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