In comments on my previous post, a blogger from Revista Circus links to a presentation of Gary Mongiovi on Marxian exploitation. This is too modest. The blog has organized a plethora of videos, abstracts, and draft papers from the recently completed international conference in Rome on Sraffa's Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities:
- Pierangelo Garegnani's presentation and a paper on the present state of the capital controversy
- Fabio Petri's paper and presentation on bringing sense back to the theory of aggregate investment
- Franklin Serrano's presentation on elements of continuity and change in the international economic order: an analysis based on the modern classical surplus approach
- Gary Mongiovi's paper and presentation on the concept of exploitation in Marxian economics
- Heinz Kurz's paper and presentation on reviving the "Standpoint of the old classical economists": Piero Sraffa's contribution to political economy
- Tony Aspromourgos' paper and presentation on Sraffa's system in relation to some main currents in unorthodox economics
- Marc Lavoie's paper and presentation on should Sraffian economics be dropped out of the post-Keynesian school?
- Esteban Pérez Caldentey and Matías Vernengo's paper and presentation on Raúl Prebisch's evolving views on the business cycle and money
- Roberto Ciccone's presentation on public debt and the determination of output
- Antonella Palumbo's presentation on potential output, actual output and demand-led growth
- Heinz Kurz's closing remarks
Update: In the comments, Saverio Fratini informs us that all the available papers are accessible from the conference web site.