Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Empirical Applications of Marxism - A Reading List

I've decided that if I want use data from the National Income and Products Account (NIPA) to explore Marxist and Sraffian economics, I need a more detailed understanding. I should read, sometimes again, at least these references, which are mostly Marxist:
  • Applications
    • Cockshott, W. Paul and A. F. Cottrell (1997) "Labour Time versus Alternative Value Bases: A Research Note," Cambridge Journal of Economics, Volume 21, Number 4, p. 545.
    • Cockshott, W. Paul and Allin Cottrell (2003) "A Note on the Organic Composition of Capital and Profit Rates", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 27: 749-754.
    • Cockshott, W. Paul and Allin Cottrell (2005) "Robust Correlations Between Prices and Labour Values: A Comment", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 29: 309-316
    • Han, Z. and B. Schefold (2003). "An Empirical Investigation of Paradoxes: Reswitching and Reverse Capital Deepening in Capital Theory", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 30: 737-765.
    • Izyumov, Alexei and Sofia Alterman (2005) "The General Rate of Profit in a New Market Economy: Conceptual Issues and Estimates", Review of Radical Political Economics, V. 37, N. 4 (Fall): 476-493.
    • Kliman, Andrew J. (2002) "The Law of Value and Laws of Statistics: Sectoral Values and Prices in the US Economy, 1977-97", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 26: 299-311
    • Kliman, Andrew J. (2005) "Reply to Cockshott and Cottrell", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 29: 317-323
    • Mohun (2005) "On Measuring the Wealth of Nations: the US Economy, 1964-2001",Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 29: 799-815
    • Mohun (2006) "Distributive Shares in the US Economy, 1964-2001",Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 30: 347-370
    • Moseley, Fred (1988) "The Rate of Surplus Value, The Organic Composition, and the General Rate of Profit in the U.S. Economy, 1947-67: A Critique and Update of Wolff's Estimates", American Economic Review, V. 78, N. 1 (March): 298-303
    • Ochoa, Edward M. (1989) "Values, Prices, and Wage-Profit Curves in the U. S. Economy" Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 13, No. 3, September 1989, pp. 413-429.
    • Petrovic, P. (1991) "Shape of a Wage-Profit Curve, Some Methodology and Empirical Evidence", Metroeconomica, V. 42, N. 2: 93-112.
    • Podkaminer, Leon (2005) "A Note on the Statistical Verification of Marx: Comment on Cockshott and Cottrell", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 29: 657-658
    • Shaikh, Anwar (1984) "The Transformation from Marx to Sraffa", in Ricardo, Marx, Sraffa (Edited by E. Mandel and A. Freeman), Verso
    • Shaikh, Anwar M. and E. Ahmet Tonak (1994) Measuring the Wealth of Nations: The Political Economy of National Accounts, Cambridge University Press
    • Venida, Victor S. (2007) "Marxian Categories Empirically Estimated: The Philippines, 1961- 1994", Review of Radical Political Economics, V. 39, N. 1 (Winter): 58-79.
    • Weisskopf, Thomas E. (1979) "Marxian Crisis Theory and the Rate of Profit in the Postwar U.S. Economy", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 3 (December): 341-378
    • Weisskopf, Thomas E. (1979) "Marxian Crisis Theory and the Rate of Profit in the Postwar U.S. Economy", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 3 (December): 341-378
    • Wolff, Edward N. (1979) "The Rate of Surplus Value, The Organic Composition, and the General Rate of Profit in the U.S. Economy, 1947-67", American Economic Review, V. 69, N. 3 (June): 329-341
    • Wolff, Edward N. (1988) "The Rate of Surplus Value, The Organic Composition, and the General Rate of Profit in the U.S. Economy, 1947-67: Reply", American Economic Review, V. 78, N. 1 (March): 304-306
  • Methodology
    • Pasinetti, Luigi L. (1973) "The Notion of Vertical Integration in Economic Analysis", Metroeconomica, V. 25: 1-29.
    • Pasinetti, Luigi L. (1977) Lectures on the Theory of Production, Columbia University Press
    • Raa, Thijs Ten (2005) The Economics of Input-Output Analysis, Cambridge University Press
    • Steedman, I. and J. Tomkins (1998) "On Measuring the Deviation of Prices from Values", Cambridge Journal of Economics, V. 22: 379-385

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