Economic Theory and Capitalist Society: The Selected Essays of Shigeto Tsuru Volume I.
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994. First edition. Very good octavo hardcover in very good dust jacket. Light wear to the edges of the boards with bumping to the head and heel of the spine. Dj has some light wear and rubbing along the edges with minor scuffing to the covers. Laid in is a slip saying, "with compliments of the author" with the signed name of Shigeto Tsuru. 390 pages with footnotes, figures, and name index. This collection of essays on economic development by Shigeto Tsuru, the noted Japanese economist/philosopher. The essays are: 1. Keynes Versus Marx: The Methodology of Aggregates, 2. On Reproduction Schemes, 3. The Effects of technology on Productivity, 4. In Place of GNP, 5. A Note on Capital/Output Ratio, 6. Towards a New Political Economy, 7. The Applicability and Limitations of Economic Development Theory, 8. Merits and Demerits of the Mixed Economy in Economic Development: Lessons from India's Experience,9. An Aspect of Marx's Methodology in Economics: "The Fetishism of Commodities," 10. Marx's Tableau Economique and "Underconsumption" Theory, 11. Marx and the Analysis of Capitalism: A New Stage on the Basic Contradiction, 12. Mr. Dobb and Marx's Theory of Value, 13. Environmental Pollution Control in Japan, 14. North-South Relations and the Environment, 15. Energy Policy and Environmental Consdierations: The Case of Japan, 16. Dialogue between Denis Diderot and Karl Marx, 17. On the Soviet Concept of National Income, 18. Political Economy of Disarmament, 19. Economics of Institutions or Institutional Economics. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Hardcover (Item ID: 10848)