MARX AND KEYNES

The Limits of the Mixed Economy

By

PAUL MATTICK

 

 

 

 INTRODUCTION. PAGEREF _Toc108773848 \h 2

I: THE KEYNESIAN “REVOLUTION”. PAGEREF _Toc108773849 \h 3

II: MARX AND KEYNES. PAGEREF _Toc108773850 \h 13

III:MARX’S LABOR THEORY OF VALUE. PAGEREF _Toc108773851 \h 17

IV: VALUE AND PRICE. PAGEREF _Toc108773852 \h 24

V:THE LAW OF VALUE AS “EQUILIBRIUM MECHANISM”. PAGEREF _Toc108773853 \h 30

VI: ACCUMULATION AND. PAGEREF _Toc108773854 \h 33

VII: THE “BUSINESS CYCLE”. PAGEREF _Toc108773855 \h 38

VIII:THE REALIZATION OF SURPLUS-VALUE. PAGEREF _Toc108773856 \h 42

IX: CAPITALISM IN CRISIS. PAGEREF _Toc108773857 \h 47

X: THE EXPROPRIATION OF CAPITAL. PAGEREF _Toc108773858 \h 55

XI: SAVING CAPITALISM.. PAGEREF _Toc108773859 \h 62

XII: KEYNESIANISM IN REVERSE. PAGEREF _Toc108773860 \h 68

XIII:THE “TRANSFORMATION” OF CAPITALISM.. PAGEREF _Toc108773861 \h 73

XIV:THE MIXED ECONOMY. PAGEREF _Toc108773862 \h 85

XV: MONEY AND CAPITAL. PAGEREF _Toc108773863 \h 95

XVI: TECHNOLOGY AND THE MIXED ECONOMY. PAGEREF _Toc108773864 \h 105

XVII: CAPITAL FORMATION AND FOREIGN TRADE. PAGEREF _Toc108773865 \h 114

XVIII: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. PAGEREF _Toc108773866 \h 128

XIX: THE IMPERIALIST IMPERATIVE. PAGEREF _Toc108773867 \h 153

XX: STATE-CAPITALISM AND. PAGEREF _Toc108773868 \h 162

XXI: MARXISM AND SOCIALISM.. PAGEREF _Toc108773869 \h 153

XXII: VALUE AND SOCIALISM.. PAGEREF _Toc108773870 \h 153

EPILOGUE. PAGEREF _Toc108773871 \h 166

BIBLIOGRAPHY


Paul Mattick
Marx and Keynes - The Limits of the Mixed Economy
Extending Horizons Books/Porter Sargent Publisher
Boston - USA - 1969

 

 

 

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