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'Classical' Roots of Input-Output Analysis: A Short Account of its Long Prehistory |
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A Comment on Levine |
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A Linear Multisector Model of “Endogenous” Growth and the Problem of Capital |
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25 |

A Note about the Interest Rate and the Revenue Function |
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Adam Smith on Monopoly Theory. Making good a lacuna |
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Aggregation: Aggregate production functions and related topics, collected papers by Franklin M. Fisher: Franklin M. Fisher, edited by John Monz (The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA) pp. xxiv-280, $45.00 (cloth) |
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61 |
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191 |

Alla ricerca di una migliore teoria macroeconomica (Looking for a better macroeconomic theory) |
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Autonomous demand, capital utilization and economic growth |
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35 |
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64 |

Bertrand-Edgeworth Competition in an Almost Symmetric Oligopoly |
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16 |
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Burmeister on Sraffa and the Labor Theory of Value: A Comment [Sraffa, Labor Theories of Value, and the Economics of Real Wage Rate Determination] |
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75 |
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309 |

CLASSICAL ECONOMICS AFTER SRAFFA |
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63 |
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132 |

COST FUNCTIONS AND PRODUCED MEANS OF PRODUCTION: DUALITY AND CAPITAL THEORY |
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Choice of technique in a model with fixed capital |
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27 |
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Classical Economics and the Problem of Exhaustible Resources |
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Defense versus Opulence? An Appraisal of the Malthus-Ricardo 1815 Controversy on the Corn Laws |
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Duality between prices and techniques |
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Economic dynamics in a simple model with exhaustible resources and a given real wage rate |
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Economic growth and distribution: on the nature and causes of the wealth of nations |
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Exhaustible Resources in a Dynamic Input-Output Model with 'Classical' Features |
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Existence of optimal strategies in linear multisector models |
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Existence of optimal strategies in linear multisector models with several consumption goods |
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Falling Rate of Profit with a Constant Real Wage: An Example |
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Fixed Capital within a von Neumann-Morishima Model of Growth and Distribution |
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From endogenous growth to stationary state: The world economy in the mathematical formulation of the Ricardian system |
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From stationary state to endogenous growth: international trade in the mathematical formulation of the Ricardian system |
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Fund-flow versus flow-flow in production theory: Reflections on Georgescu-Roegen's contribution |
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In Favor of Rigor and Relevance: A Reply to Mark Blaug |
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Inequality and the Process of Development |
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Input-Output Analysis from a Wider Perspective: a Comparison of the Early Works of Leontief and Sraffa |
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Joint Production Analysis in a Sraffian Framework |
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Kalecki’S Pricing Theory Revisited |
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Kalecki’s Pricing Theory |
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Kalecki’s Pricing Theory: A Reply |
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Land and Choice of Techniques within the Sraffa Framework |
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Marcel Boumans and Matthias Klaes, eds., Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes (Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2013), pp. ix + 302, $140. ISBN 978-1-78195-566-6 |
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Mark Blaug on the “Sraffian Interpretation of the Surplus Approach” |
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Morishima on Ricardo: A Rejoinder |
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Morishima on Ricardo: Review Article |
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No Reswitching? No Switching! |
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Oligopoli simmetrici e oligoli asimmetrici |
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On a Recent â€œReview Essayâ€ in JHET |
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On the Existence of a Solution to Kalecki’s Pricing Equations |
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On the ‘Origins’ of Sraffa’s Production Equations: A Reply to de Vivo |
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One Theory or Two? Walras's Critique of Ricardo |
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Pasinetti versus Rebelo: Two different models or just one? |
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Piero Sraffa: economic reality, the economist and economic theory: an interpretation |
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Property and Prices. Toward a Unified Theory of Value, AndrÃ© Burgstaller. Cambridge University Press, 1994, xi + 242 pages |
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Removing an 'insuperable obstacle' in the way of an objectivist analysis: Sraffa's attempts at fixed capital |
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Representing the production and circulation of commodities in material terms: On Sraffa's objectivism |
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252 |

Reverse Capital Deepening and the Numeraire: a note |
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Ricardo on Agricultural Improvements: a Note |
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24 |
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Solutions to linear equations depending on a parameter |
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11 |
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Sraffa and von Neumann |
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102 |
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283 |

Structural change in a Ricardian world economy: The role of extensive rent |
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Switching in Methods of Production and Joint Production |
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Symposium on Yoshinori Shiozawa, Masashi Morioka and Kazuhisa Taniguchi (2019), Microfoundations of evolutionary economics, Tokyo: Springer Japan |
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THE EXISTENCE OF A TWO‐CLASS ECONOMY IN THE KALDOR MODEL OF GROWTH AND DISTRIBUTION |
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Tax Incidence and Growth Models |
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The Classical Notion of Competition Revisited |
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40 |
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178 |

The Dynamic Leontief Model and the Theory of Endogenous Growth |
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211 |
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685 |

The Existence of a Two-Class Economy in a General Cambridge Model of Growth and Distribution |
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The Existence of a Two-Class Economy in a General Cambridge Model of Growth and Distribution: An Addendum |
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The Institutional and Social Dynamics of Growth and Distribution |
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10 |
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The Rate of Profit in an Expanding Economy: Some Existence, Uniqueness and Stability Conditions |
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The aggregate neoclassical theory of distribution and the concept of a given value of capital: a reply |
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45 |
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288 |

The non-substitution theorem: Making good a lacuna |
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17 |
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57 |

Total Journal Articles |
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53 |
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6,911 |