Ernest Mandel's Contribution to Economic Dynamics
This paper was presented in Amsterdam at an international seminar on Ernest Mandel's legacy. It was not included in the published edited volume arising from that gathering because the editor sought the removal of references to Ernest's views on the processes at work in Russia and Eastern Europe, which I considered necessary for a balanced appreciation of Ernest's enormous contribution to political economy. It appears to have resurfaced, somewhat shamefacedly, on the Mandel archive, and so after 19 years it has seen the light of day. However, the graphics associated with this version are inadequate, and a number of readers have requested the original. This is it.
|Date of creation:||30 Nov 1996|
|Date of revision:||30 Nov 1996|
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