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Synthèse post-classique ou marxo-keynésienne?

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  • André Ségura
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    [fre] L'intégration de la théorie sraffaïenne des prix de production dans l'analyse keynésienne, permettrait de protéger cette dernière, et le courant post-keynésien qui s'en réclame, contre toute tentative d'infiltration néo-classique. Une telle tentative d'intégration pose le problème de la compatibilité des théories fondatrices de ces deux courants. Il semble difficile, sauf à abandonner l'esprit de la Théorie Générale, qui est de rendre compte de la société économique où nous vivons réellement, d'intégrer la théorie sraffaïenne des prix de production dans l'analyse keynésienne. Dès lors, pour faire obstacle à toute tentative d'infiltration néoclassique, ne serait-il pas possible d'intégrer à la théorie keynésienne la théorie marxienne de la valeur ? A cette question, il semble que l'on puisse répondre positivement. Mais il ne faudrait pas en conclure qu'une telle intégration peut concerner aussi la théorie marxienne des prix de production. [eng] The integration of the sraffaian theory of production prices into keynesian analysis, would allow protect the latter and the nesian stream claiming kinship it, from any attempt of infiltration. Such an attempt of sets the problem of the of the basic theories of the streams. Its seems difficult — unless give up the spirit of the Theory which is to give an of the economic society in which really live — to integrate the theory of production prices into keynesian analysis. Therefore, to oppose any attempt of neo-classical couldn't we possibly integrate the keynesian theory the theory of value? It seems this question may have a positive answer. we should not conclude that integration may also affect the marxian theory of production prices.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue française d'économie.

    Volume (Year): 8 (1993)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 27-66

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:rfreco:rfeco_0769-0479_1993_num_8_1_922
    Note: DOI:10.3406/rfeco.1993.922
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