The purpose of this post is to list some literature criticizing the TSSI, often harshly. At least some of the articles in the bibliography have replies and responses. Despite the tone of some of this literature, I think the TSSI worth engaging with. On my lengthy to-do list is, some day, to carefully step through Kliman's refutation of the Okishio theorem and through refutations of Kliman's refutation. The Okishio theorem refutes Marx's law of the declining rate of profit.
If one were curious about what Marxists economists have to say today, one might browse recent back issues for some of these journals.
- Simon Mohun and Roberto Veneziani (Summer 2007) "The Incoherence of the TSSI: A Reply to Kliman and Freeman", Capital and Class, V. 31: 139-145.
- Gary Mongiovi (Fall 2002) "Vulgar Economy in Marxian Garb: A Critique of Temporal Single System Marxism", Review of Radical Political Economics, V. 34, N. 4: 393-416.
- Ernesto Screpanti (Jan. 2005) "Guglielmo Carchedi's 'Art of Fudging' Explained to the People", Review of Political Economy, V. 17, N. 1: 115-126.
- Ajit Sinha (Summer 2009) "Book Review: Reclaiming Marx's 'Capital'", Review of Radical Political Economics: 422-427
- Roberto Veneziani (2004) "The Temporal Single-System Interpretation of Marx's Economics: A Critical Evaluation", Metroeconomica, V. 5, N.1: 96-114.
- Roberto Veneziani (Fall 2005) "Dynamics, Disequilibrium, and Marxian Economics: A Formal Analysis of Temporal Single-System Marxism", Review of Radical Political Economics, V. 37, N. 4: 517-529.