[Marxism] 'Economics of the Madhouse' - Cambridge School

michael perelman michael.perelman3 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 17 18:35:59 MDT 2013


The Cambridge Controversy was a big deal in the 60s.  The traditionalists
lost the debate, but Robert Solow said that while the challengers might be
right, it was an irrelevant tempest in a tea pot.


On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:46 AM, Paul Owen <po at napak.com> wrote:

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> At the beginning of Chapter One of his 'Economics of the Madhouse' Chris
> Harman refers to ".points.made against marginalist economics.more recently
> in a rigorously logical form by dissident academic economists known as the
> 'Cambridge school'."
> (http://www.marxists.org/archive/harman/1995/madhouse/1-gonemad.htm)
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> Can anyone point me to the specific papers/books to which he refers or
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> equivalents.
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> Thank You
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> Paul
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