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Sraffa and the Interpretation of Ricardo: The Marxian Dimension

Sraffa and the Interpretation of Ricardo: The Marxian Dimension Correspondence may be addressed to Samuel Hollander, LATAPSES, Université de Nice–Sophia Antipolis/CNRS, 250 rue Albert Einstein, 06560 Valbonne, France. Without attributing any responsibility whatsoever, I acknowledge the valuable criticisms offered by Evelyn Forget, Geoffrey Harcourt, Chidem Kurdas, Gary Mongiovi, Pier Luigi Porta, JeanPierre Potier, Tom Rymes, and Ajit Sinha. Sections 4 and 5 draw on Sraffa’s Cambridge lectures on advanced theory (1928 – 31). I am greatly indebted to Pierangelo Garegnani, Sraffa’s literary executor, for his generous permission to cite from those lectures, and to the Master and Fellows of Trinity College for making the file available. History of Political Economy 32:2 © 2000 by Duke University Press. History of Political Economy 32:2 (2000) knowledge of prices in order to calculate the value of the means of production (which are heterogeneous products), while conversely to calculate the prices implies knowledge of r. But these propositions regarding price and profit-rate determination apply specifically to basic commodities, or commodities entering (directly or indirectly) as input into the production of all commodities, including themselves.1 The simultaneous emergence of profit rate and prices is not the case in the so-called Standard system, where distribution has absolute priority. A brief summary of this http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History of Political Economy Duke University Press

Sraffa and the Interpretation of Ricardo: The Marxian Dimension

History of Political Economy , Volume 32 (2) – Jun 1, 2000

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Correspondence may be addressed to Samuel Hollander, LATAPSES, Université de Nice–Sophia Antipolis/CNRS, 250 rue Albert Einstein, 06560 Valbonne, France. Without attributing any responsibility whatsoever, I acknowledge the valuable criticisms offered by Evelyn Forget, Geoffrey Harcourt, Chidem Kurdas, Gary Mongiovi, Pier Luigi Porta, JeanPierre Potier, Tom Rymes, and Ajit Sinha. Sections 4 and 5 draw on Sraffa’s Cambridge lectures on advanced theory (1928 – 31). I am greatly indebted to Pierangelo Garegnani, Sraffa’s literary executor, for his generous permission to cite from those lectures, and to the Master and Fellows of Trinity College for making the file available. History of Political Economy 32:2 © 2000 by Duke University Press. History of Political Economy 32:2 (2000) knowledge of prices in order to calculate the value of the means of production (which are heterogeneous products), while conversely to calculate the prices implies knowledge of r. But these propositions regarding price and profit-rate determination apply specifically to basic commodities, or commodities entering (directly or indirectly) as input into the production of all commodities, including themselves.1 The simultaneous emergence of profit rate and prices is not the case in the so-called Standard system, where distribution has absolute priority. A brief summary of this

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Published: Jun 1, 2000

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