January 1991, Polity
Quantitative Marxism will be of interest to students and academics in economics and political economy, as well as to a broader audience interested in contemporary social and economic policy.
1. An Introduction to Quantitative Marxism: Paul Dunne.
2. Methodological Problems in Quantitative Marxism: Meghdad Desa.
3. The Context of the Transformation Problem: Simon Mohun.
4. The British Coal Industry before Nationalization:.
A Role for Quantitative Marxism? Ben Fine.
5. Value National Accounts: The Social Wage and the Profit Rate in Britain 1950-86: Alan Freeman.
6. Challenging Stock Market Efficiency: Jerry Coakley.
7. The Reserve Army Hypothesis:.
A Survey of Empirical Applications: Francis Green.
8. International Trends in Profitability: Andrew Glyn.
9. Marxian Crisis Theory and the Rate of Profit in the UK Economy, 1957-85: David Moreton.
10. Macroeconomic Modelling: A Critical Introduction: Paul Dunne.
11. Modelling Economic Recovery: Terry O'Shaughnessy.
'It provides an excellent introduction to recent work in Marxian empirical research in Britain.' Capital and Class
'The book sustains a high level of critical argument throughout ... it deserves to have an impact.' The Manchester School
'I found the articles in this book to be uniformly excellent.' RRPE