RE: [OPE] Probabilistic Political Economy - online papers

From: Paul Cockshott (
Date: Mon Jul 14 2008 - 13:57:53 EDT

I am at the conference now. The standard of the papers so far has been very good,
some fascinating empirical work on profit rates is being presented.

Paul Cockshott
Dept of Computing Science
University of Glasgow
+44 141 330 1629

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Subject: [OPE] Probabilistic Political Economy - online papers
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[The following papers for this conference are available online.  Go to above 
document and click on links.  I imagine other papers will also be published
online. /  In solidarity, Jerry]

Probabilistic Political Economy	  	  	

Laws of Chaos in the 21st Century


Abstracts available from 14 - 16 July 2008 



 	  	 Luca Di Gennaro and Domenico Costantini <> 	 Farjoun and Machover and Keynes and a probabilistic political economy	  	
 	  	 Dave Zachariah <> 	 Determinants of the average profit rate and the trajectory of capitalist economies	  	


 	  	 Frederico Jayme Katz <> 	 Methodological contributions from chaos theory	  	
 	  	 Paul  Cockshott 
and Allin Cottrell <> 	 Probabilistic political economy and endogenous money	  	
 	  	 Steve Keen <> 	 The non-conservation of money	  	
 	  	 Victor Yakovenko <> 	 Statistical mechanics of money, income and wealth	  	
Video link	  	 Dieter Braun	 Book-keeping mechanics of money	  	
 	  	 Masanao Aoki <> 	 Some non-exponential macroeconomic growth models	  	
 	  	 Piero Ferri and Anna Maria Variato <> 	 Uncertainty and learning in stochastic macro models	  	
 	  	 Mauro Gallegati et al. <> 	 Business fluctuations in an evolving network economy	  	


 	  	 Nils Froehlich <> 	 Labour values and market prices in the German economy	  	

Lin Lin <> 

	Some extensions to Wright's 'social architecture' model

 	  	 Peter Fleissner <> 	 On the production of labour value and use value in capitalist and pre-capitalist worlds	  	
 	  	 Michael Webber <> 	 Primitive accumulation: interactions between capitalist and non-capitalist modes of production	  	


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