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RWER issue no. 77

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Issue no. 77 
10 December 2016
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Human growth and avoiding European disintegration: lessons from Polanyi          2
Jorge Buzaglo          download pdf

Uncertainty about uncertainty: the futility of benefit-cost analysis for climate change policy      11
Mariano Torras          download pdf 

Growthism: A Cold War leftover           26
Herman Daly          download pdf

Finance capital and the nature of capitalism in India today         30
C.P. Chandrasekhar          download pdf

Competitiveness and its leverage in a currency union: how Germany gains from the euro         40
Thanos Skouras          download pdf

Rethinking rationality theory’s epistemological status: normative vs. positive approach        50
Gustavo Marqués and Diego Weisman          download pdf

Time and the analysis of economic decision making          64
Donald Katzner          download pdf

The mathematical equivalence of Marshallian analysis and “General Equilibrium” theory          73
Philip George            download pdf 

The problem with production theory          85
Bernard C. Beaudreau          download pdf

Trade surpluses of countries trading with the United States          102
John B. Benedetto          download pdf

A CasP model of the stock market          118
Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan Nitzan          download pdf

A New “General Theory”? A review of Capitalism by Anwar Shaikh          155
Bernard Guerrien          download pdf

Board of Editors, past contributors, submissions and etc.             168

  1. Heidi Erb
    December 13, 2016 at 7:33 pm


    I have a question. Is anyone considering how society will work when 100% of the population is required to be consumers, but only about 25% or less of the population are needed for production and provision of services? This has long been a topic among science fiction writers (Spider Robinson, Melancholy Elephants 1982) but I hear nothing about it in the mainstream press.

    I would really like to get a discussion going, as I strongly think we need to be proactive on this one!


  2. marc1seed
    December 13, 2016 at 9:03 pm
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