Keynes o Marx? Sulle origini e i rimedi delle crisi
Ricorrendo ad un excursus di storia del pensiero economico che richiama i contributi di Proudhon e Gesell, l’autore puntualizza differenze e convergenze che sussistono tra l’analisi di Keynes delle cause e dei rimedi delle crisi e quella di Marx. L’invito è di superare la pura disputa dottrinaria, per trovare concrete e innovative prassi di governo capaci di superare un modo di produzione capitalistico sempre più ingiusto, instabile e conflittuale. Resorting to an overview of the history of economic thought that recalls the contributions of Proudhon and Gesell, the author points out that there are differences and convergences between Keynes’s analysis of the causes and remedies of the crisis and those of Marx. The invitation is to go beyond the pure doctrinal disputes, to find practical and innovative governance practices that exceed a capitalist mode of production more and more unjust, unstable and conflictual.
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Volume (Year): 2011/105 (2011)
Issue (Month): 105 ()
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