Saturday, May 06, 2023

Books With 'Capital' In Their Title On My Bookshelf

Karl Marx was born on 5 May 1818. Over half a century ago, economists, building on the work of Piero Sraffa, extended Marx's critique. They showed that his approach to political economy was basically correct. The marginal revolution was a mistake.

Here are the titles of some of the books on my bookshelf:

  • Syed Ahmad. 1991. Capital in Economic Theory: Neo-classical, Cambridge and Chaos. Edward Elgar.
  • C. E. Ayres. 1946. The Divine Right of Capital. Houghton Mifflin.
  • Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk. 1959. Capital and Interest (Three volumes). Libertarian Press.
  • Jack Birner. 2002. The Cambridge Controversies in Capital Theory: A Study in the Logic of Theory Development. Routledge.
  • James Crotty. 2019. Keynes Against Capitalism: His Economic Case for Liberal Socialism. Routledge.
  • John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, and Peter Newman (ed.). 1990. The New Palgrave: Capital Theory. W. W. Norton.
  • Milton Friedman. 1962. Capitalism & Freedom. University of Chicago.
  • Roger W. Garrison. 2001. Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure. Routledge.
  • G. C. Harcourt and N. F. Laing (ed.). 1971. Capital and Growth. Penguin.
  • Michael Harrington. 1976. The Twilight of Capitalism. Simon and Schuster.
  • Michael Heinrich. 2021. How to Read Marx's Capital: Commentary and Explanations on the Beginning Chapters. Monthly Review Press.
  • J. R. Hicks. 1946. Value and Capital: An inquiry into some fundamental principles of economic theory, second edition. Oxford.
  • E. J. Hobsbawm. 1977. The Age of Capital. Abacus.
  • Peter Lewin. 1999. Capital in Disequilibrium: The Role of Capital in a Changing World. Routledge.
  • Peter Lewin and Nicolas Cachanosky. 2019. Austrian Capital Theory: A Modern Survey of the Essentials. Cambridge.
  • Rosa Luxemburg. 1951. The Accumulation of Capital. Yale.
  • Rosa Luxemburg and Nikolai I. Bukharin. 1972. The Accumulation of Capital: An Anti-Critique; Imperialism and the Accumulation of Capital. Monthly Review Press.
  • Karl Marx. Wage-Labour and Capital; Value, Price and Profit.
  • Karl Marx. Capital (three volumes).
  • Gary Mongiovi and Fabio Petri. 1999. Value, Distribution and Capital: Essays in Honour of Pierangelo Garegnani. Routledge.
  • Fabio Petri. 2004. General Equilibrium, Capital and Macroeconomics: A Key to Recent Controversies in Equilibrium Theory. Edward Elgar.
  • Thomas Piketty. 2014. Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Belknap.
  • Robert B. Reich. 2015. Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few. Alfred A. Knopf.
  • Anwar Shaikh. 2016. Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises. Oxford.

I am sure I have more on my hard-drive, in PDF, with the string 'capital' in the title. For example, books by G. C. Harcourt and Daniel Hausman.

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