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Crises, Dépressions (1)
Crises, Depressions (1)

Marx's Theory and the Historic Marxist Controversy on Economic Crisis (1900-1937)., Milios, John, Science and Society; 58(2), Summer 1994, pages 175-94. Abstract

Analytical Marxism and the Marxian Theory of Crisis, Lebowitz, Michael A., Cambridge Journal of Economics; 18(2), April 1994, pages 163-79. Abstract

Modelli di equilibrio e disequilibrio del ciclo politico-economico in presenza di lotta di classe. (Equilibrium and Disequilibrium Modelling of the Political Business Cycle under Class Struggle. With English summary.), Soldatos, Gerasimos T., Economia Politica; 11(1), April 1994, pages 71-102.

Veblen and the Business Cycle: A Marxist Perspective, Mouhammed, Adil, Review of Radical Political Economics; 26(1), March 1994, pages 134-48. Abstract

Capital Accumulation and Over-Accumulation Crisis: The Case of Greece (1960-1989), Ioakimoglou, Elias; Milios, John, Review of Radical Political Economics; 25(2), June 1993, pages 81-107. Abstract

The Necessity/Contingency Dualism in Marxian Crisis Theory: The Case of Long-Wave Theory, DeMartino, George, Review of Radical Political Economics; 25(3), September 1993, pages 68-74.

Productivity, valorization and crisis:..., Smith, Murray E. G., Science and Society; 57(3), Fall 1993, pages 262-294.

Equilibrio, riproduzione e crisi. (Equilibrium, Reproduction, and Crisis. With English summary.), Lunghini, Giorgio, Economia Politica; 9(1), April 1992, pages 39-48. Abstract

Radical Theories of Accumulation and Crisis: Developments and Directions, Norton, Bruce, Roberts, Bruce; Feiner, Susan, eds. Radical economics. Recent Economic Thought Series, Norwell, Mass. and Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1992, pages 155-93.

Radical Theories of Accumulation and Crisis: A Comment, Levine, David P., Roberts, Bruce; Feiner, Susan, eds. Radical economics. Recent Economic Thought Series, Norwell, Mass. and Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1992, pages 194-98.

From Equilibrium to Marxian Crisis Theory: Expectations in the Work of Paul Sweezy, Burkett, Paul, Economie Appliquee; 44(3), 1991, pages 59-80. Abstract

Technical Change, Profit, and Growth: Immanent Crisis and Rigorous Theory, Laibman, David, Rima, Ingrid H., ed. The Joan Robinson legacy. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1991, pages 228-41.

The business cycle: Growth and crisis under capitalism, Sherman, Howard J., Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1991, pages xx, 447. Abstract

The Marxist Theory of Overaccumulation and Crisis, Clarke, Simon, Science and Society; 54(4), Winter 1990-1991, pages 442-67.

Keynes, Marx and the Business Cycle, Ramirez, Miguel D., Eastern Economic Journal; 16(2), April-June 1990, pages 159-67.

Theories of Crisis: An Explanation of the 1974-82 Cycle, Mandel, Ernest, Gottdiener, M.; Komninos, Nicos, eds. Capitalist development and crisis theory: Accumulation, regulation and spatial restructuring. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989, pages 30-58.

Inflation, Unemployment and the Distribution of Income, Skott, Peter, Aarhus Institute of Economics Memo: 1989-20, November 1989, pages 25. Abstract

Expectations and Marxian Crisis Theory: Notes on the Work of Paul Sweezy, Burkett, Paul, Review of Radical Political Economics; 21(3), Fall 1989, pages 33-39.

A Reexamination of the Marxian Circuit of Capital: A New Look at Inflation, Loranger, Jean Guy, Review of Radical Political Economics; 21(1-2), 1989, pages 97-112. Abstract

The Analytics of Neo-Marxian Crisis Theory: An Illustrative Model, Weisskopf, Thomas E., Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu); 39(3), July 1988, pages 193-208.

The Imperiled Economy, Macroeconomics from a Left Perspective, Book I, URPE, New York: Union for Radical Political Economics, 1987

The meaning of crisis: A theoretical introduction, O'Connor, James, Oxford and New York: Blackwell, 1987, pages v, 197. Abstract

Capital, Crisis, Class Struggle, O'Connor, James, Resnick, Stephen, ed.; Wolff, Richard, ed. Rethinking Marxism: Struggles in Marxist Theory. Essays for Harry Magdoff and Paul Sweezy. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Autonomedia, 1985, pages 273-93.

Marxian Value Theory and Crises, Sweezy, Paul M., Foster, John Bellamy, ed.; Szlajfer, Henryk, ed. The Faltering Economy: The Problem of Accumulation under Monopoly Capitalism. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1984, pages 236-50. Previously published: [1979].

Class Struggle, the Relocation of Employment, and Economic Crisis, Peet, Richard, Science and Society; 48(1), Spring 1984, pages 38-51.

Capitalism and Immanent Crisis: Broad Strokes for a Theoretical Foundation, Laibman, David, Social Research; 50(2), Summer 1983, pages 359-400.

Marx, Keynes and the Possibility of Crisis, Kenway, Peter, Cambridge Journal of Economics; 4(1), March 1980, pages 23-36.


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