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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

'On Mark Thoma: Marginalism, Marx etc'

Branko Milanovic has a very nice follow-up to my column yesterday:

On Mark Thoma: marginalism, Marx etc: Mark Thoma has written a very nice blog on how Piketty’s work is transforming economics by bringing it closer too it political economy roots. I found the post excellent, and wanted just to point out one thing which I think is very pertinently argued by Thoma and another where he somewhat simplifies the matter. ...[continue]...

    Posted by on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 12:21 PM in Economics, History of Thought | Permalink  Comments (45)


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