Capital Theory

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Luigi Pasinetti - Theoretical Contributions - The Controversy On The Theory of Capital
... in the 1960s, Pasinetti joined what has become known in economic literature as the controversy on capital theory between the two Cambridges i.e ... Controversies over the nature and importance of capital were not new ... the early 20th century, the economist John Bates Clark, in an effort to refute Marx’s surplus theory, suggested that wages and profits (or rather interest, as they were called by ...

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