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Crises, Dépressions (3) Monnaie, Finance
Crises, Depressions (3) Money, Finance

The Chaos of Finance: The Chaotic and Marxian Foundations of Minsky's "Financial Instability Hypothesis.", Keen, Steve, Economies et Sociétés; 30(2-3), Feb.-March 1996, pages 55-82. Abstract

Rethinking Marxian Investment Theory: Keynes-Minsky Instability, Competitive Regime Shifts and Coerced Investment, Crotty, James R., Review of Radical Political Economics; 25(1), March 1993, pages 1-26. Abstract

Marx on Credit, Interest and Financial Instability, Shuklian, Steve, Review of Social Economy; 49(2), Summer 1991, pages 196-217. Abstract

Value Theory and Crisis Theory are not Incompatible: A Comment on John Roche's "Value, Money, and Crisis", Roberts, Bruce B., Rethinking Marxism; 2(2), 1989, pages 134-42

Value, Money, and Crisis in the First Part of Capital, Roche, John, Rethinking Marxism; 1(4), Winter 1988

Value, Money, and Crisis in the First Part of 'Capital', Roche, John, Rethinking Marxism; 1(4), 1988, pages 126-43

The Role of Money and Finance in Marx's Crisis Theory, Crotty, James R., in URPE (ed), The Imperiled Economy, Macroeconomics from a Left Perspective, Book I New York: Union for Radical Political Economics, 1987

The Real and Financial Determinants of Stability: The Law of the Tendency toward Increasing Instability, Duménil, Gérard; Lévy, Dominique, Semmler, Willi, ed. Financial dynamics and business cycles: New perspectives. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1989, pages 87-115.

Marx's crises theory: Scarcity, labor, and finance, Perelman, Michael A., New York and London: Greenwood Press, Praeger, 1987, pages v, 250. Abstract

Real and Financial Stability in Capitalism: The Law of the Tendency toward Increasing Instability, Duménil, Gérard; Lévy, Dominique, Economic Forum; 16(1), Winter 1986, pages 1-27.


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