[OPE-L:5835] Re: Reading Query

Duncan K. Foley (dkf2@columbia.edu)
Sat, 13 Dec 1997 18:08:35 -0500 (EST)

[ show plain text ]

On my website (http://www.columbia.edu/~dkf2), you can find my paper "Marx
on Money" from Social Concept 1, which discusses the question of whether or
not Marx is a quantity theorist.


>The students on my MA Marx module have to write a class paper, and
>some have chosen topics on which I may not have up-to-date references
>to hand. Can anyone help with 'starter' references on any of the
>1. Prices in Marx and in Neo-classical economics
>2. Marx(ists) on Banks and Banking
>3. Is Marx a Quantity Theorist?
>4. Marx(ists) on Technological Unemployment
>5. Marx(ists) on inflation and technology
>They are all economics students, mostly with no exposure to Marx(ism)
>prior to the module that they are currently completing - altrhough
>one is a banker from the Peoples Republic of China.
>Any suggestions?
>Thank you.
>"Books are Weapons"
>Dr Michael Williams
>Department of Economics Home:
>School of Social Sciences 26 Glenwood Avenue
>De Montfort University Southampton
>Hammerwood Gate SO16 3QA
>Kents Hill
>Milton Keynes
>MK7 6HP
>tel:+1908 834876 tel/fax: +1703 768641
>fax:+1908 834979
>additional email address:

Duncan K. Foley
Department of Economics
Barnard College
New York, NY 10027
fax: (212)-854-8947
e-mail: dkf2@columbia.edu