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Travail; Valeur de la Force de travail; Salaire; Taux de la plus-value
Labor; Value of the labor force, Wages; Rate of surplus value

Marx on the Wages Fund Doctrine: A Comment, Donoghue, Mark, Revue d'Economie Politique; 105(2), March April 1995, pages 345-52. Abstract

The Peculiar Marriage of Marxian and Neoclassical Labor Economics, McIntyre, Richard P.; Hillard, Michael, Review of Radical Political Economics; 27(3), September 1995, pages 22-30.

Henryk Grossmann on Marx's Wage Theory and the "Increasing Misery" Controversy, Lapides, Kenneth, History of Political Economy; 26(2), Summer 1994, pages 239-66.

The Logic of Contested Exchange, Baker, Dean; Weisbrot, Mark, Journal of Economic Issues; 28(4), December 1994, pages 1091-1114. Abstract

Production de forces de travail par des forces de travail? (Réponse). (Production of Labor Forces by Means of Labor Forces? Response. With English summary.), Poulain, Edouard, Revue Economique; 45(4), July 1994, pages 1095-1106. Abstract

Household Labor, Wage Labor, and the Transformation of the Family, Kotz, David M., Review of Radical Political Economics; 26(2), June 1994, pages 24-56. Abstract

Persistent inequalities: Wage disparity under capitalist competition, Botwinick, Howard, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993, pages xiv, 300. Abstract

Le travail qualifié est-il trop complexe pour se laisser réduire? Marx sans les conventions. (Is Skilled Labour Too Complex to Have It Reduced? Marx without Conventions. With English summary.), Lapidus, Andre, Revue Economique; 44(5), September 1993, pages 971-90.

Beyond Capital: Marx's political economy of the working class, Lebowitz, Michael A., New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992, pages xii, 187. Abstract

Wages, Virtue and Value: What Marx Really Said, Baumol, William J., Caravale, G. A., ed. Marx and modern economic analysis. Volume 1. Values, prices and exploitation. Aldershot, U.K. and Brookfield, Vt.: Elgar, 1991, pages 45-70.

Marx, Malthus, and Wages: A Comment, Green, Francis, History of Political Economy; 23(1), Spring 1991, pages 95-99. Abstract

The Relationship of Wages to the Value of Labour-Power in Marx's Labour Market, Green, Francis, Cambridge Journal of Economics; 15(2), June 1991, pages 199-213. Abstract

The Significance of Marx's Missing Book on Wage-Labor, Lebowitz, Michael A., Rethinking Marxism; 4(2), Summer 1991

Cyclical Behavior of the Labor Share, Sherman, Howard J., Review of Radical Political Economics; 22(2-3), Summer-Fall 1990, pages 92-112. Abstract

A Microeconomic Reconstruction of Marx's Labour Market Theory, Mumy, Gene E., Economica; 57(225), February 1990, pages 91-105. Abstract

Historical and Institutional Determinants of Long-Term Variation of Real Wages, Mandel, Ernest, Scholliers, Peter, ed. Real wages in 19th and 20th century Europe: Historical and comparative perspectives. Oxford and Munich: Berg; distributed in the U.S. and Canada by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1989, pages 183-93.

Real wages in 19th and 20th century Europe: Historical and comparative perspectives, Scholliers, Peter, ed., Oxford and Munich: Berg; distributed in the U.S. and Canada by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1989, pages xii, 255. Abstract

Select Bibliography of Wages, Prices and Real Wages in Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries, with Special Emphasis on Statistics and Methodological Problems, Scholliers, Peter, Scholliers, Peter, ed. Real wages in 19th and 20th century Europe: Historical and comparative perspectives. Oxford and Munich: Berg; distributed in the U.S. and Canada by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1989, pages 236-44.

Marx, Malthus, and Wages, Cottrell, Allin F.; Darity, William A., Jr., History of Political Economy; 20(2), Summer 1988, pages 173-90. Abstract

Capitalism and unfree labour: Anomaly or necessity?, Miles, Robert, London and New York: Tavistock; in association with Methuen, New York, 1987, pages 250. Abstract

In Defense of Marx on the Length of the Working Day, Minkler, Alanson P., Economic Forum; 16(1), Winter 1986, pages 105-10.

Marx and the Iron Law of Wages, Baumol, William J., Baumol, William J. Microtheory: Applications and origins. Cambridge, Mass., and London: MIT Press, 1986, pages 259-64. Previously published: [1983].

Comptes à prix constants et mesure du taux de la plus-value. (National Accountings at Constant Prices and Evaluation of the Rate of Surplus-Value. With English summary.), Delaunay, Jean Claude, Economie Appliquee; 39(2), 1986, pages 263-95.

La théorie du salaire de Marx: une critique hétérodoxe. (Marx's Theory of Wages: An Heterodox Criticism. With English summary.), De Vroey, Michel, Revue Economique; 36(3), May 1985, pages 451-80.

Marx and Malthusianism: Marx's Secular Path of Wages, Hollander, Samuel, American Economic Review; 74(1), March 1984, pages 139-51.

Travail simple et travail complexe chez Marx. (Simple Labour and Complex Labour According to Marx. With English summary.), Cayatte, Jean Louis, Revue Economique; 35(2), March 1984, pages 221-45.

Marx and the Iron Law of Wages, Baumol, William J., American Economic Review; 73(2), May 1983, pages 303-08.

Marx after Wage-Labour, Lebowitz, Michael A., Economic Forum; 13(2), Fall 1982, pages 25-46.

Marx after Wage-Labour: Comment, McGlone, Ted, Economic Forum; 13(2), Fall 1982, pages 47-51.


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