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The New Value Controversy and the Foundations of Economics

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  • Alan Freeman
  • Andrew Kliman
  • Julian Wells
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This sequel to Marx and Non-Equilibrium Economics introduces the key advances in modern value theory. Leading authors with contrasting theoretical viewpoints debate equilibrium and non-equilibrium approaches, abstract labour and money, and provide an invaluable introduction to the rapidly growing body of new work in these fields.

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