Post by: John Milios

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“Third Persons” and Reproduction: A Note to R. Luxemburg’s Critique of Marx’s Reproduction Schemes

28 Nov , 2017  

 

George Economakis and John Miliosi

Abstract

The aim of the present paper is to critically present Rosa Luxemburg’s critique to Marx’s reproduction schemes of a pure capitalist economy in Volume 2 of Capital, as a point of departure in order to afterwards criticize the main postulate of (Marxist) ...

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The ‘Greek Crisis’ and the Austerity Controversy in Europe

22 Nov , 2017  

John G. Milios, Spyros Lapatsioras and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos
Extreme austerity policies implemented by Greek and European governments after the outbreak of the 2008 global economic crisis constitute neither a ‘correct’ strategy for economic reform and development nor an ‘erroneous’ strategy, which could be amended through reasonable argumentation and discussion.
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Gesamtkapitalreproduktion und keynesianische Interpretationen von Marx

20 Okt , 2017  

Jannis Milios, Dimitris Sotiropoulos

 

1. Einführung

In diesem Aufsatz werden wir den Versuch keynesianischer Ökonomen diskutieren, die Marxschen Reproduktionsschemata im 2. Band des Kapital so auszunutzen, dass sie die Marxsche Analyse mit dem Keynesschen Prinzip der effektiven Nachfrage in Einklang bringen können – mit anderen Worten: Marx in einem Vorläufer ...

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Economic Fluctuations, Cyclical Regularities and Technological Change: The U.S. Food Sector (1958–2006)

29 Sep , 2017  

Theofanis Papageorgiou, Panayotis Michaelides and John Milios
Abstract
Despite the fact that the U.S. food sector is a key component of U.S. manufacturing, it has attracted limited attention in the literature, so far. Infact, the recent food crisis shed somelight on different aspects of the food sector, its products and
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Imperialism or (and) Capitalist Expansionism. Some Thoughts on Capitalist Power, the Nation-State and the Left

22 Sep , 2017  

Abstract

This paper critically reviews some fundamental theses of the theories of imperialism. It claims that a theory of imperialism, if based on Marx’s theory of capitalism, shall on the one hand reject the traditional monopoly-capitalism approach and on the other adopt a broader definition of imperialism, denoting the (economic, ...

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Rethinking Imperialism

24 Aug , 2017  

Rethinking Imperialism A Study of Capitalist Rule
John Milios and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos
For more than a century ‘imperialism’ has been a key concept in Left theory and politics, connoting both the aggressiveness and the overripe characteristics of modern capitalism, or at any rate of certain capitalist formations. Recent debates ...

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Schumpeter and Lederer on Growth, Technology, Credit and Business Cycles

10 Aug , 2017  

Panayotis G. Michaelides, John G. Milios and Angelos Vouldi
It is the purpose of the present paper to compare Emil Lederer and Joseph Schumpeter withrespect to their visions concerning the notions of economic growth, technology, credit and business cycles. Lederer, just like Schumpeter, used the distinction between statics and dynamics.
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Capitalist Development and Globalization: A Marxist Approach

30 Mai , 2017  

Post-war Political Economy is marked by what we may call the “development debate”. Different theoretical Schools and approaches have dealt with or argued about the possibility, the extent, the presuppositions and the social character of economic development, especially in the Less Developed Countries of the Third World (LDCs). Neoliberal thinking, ...

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A Political Economy of Contemporary Capitalism and its Crisis

19 Mai , 2017  

A Political Economy of Contemporary Capitalism and its Crisis
Demystifying finance
Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos, John Milios, and Spyros Lapatsioras
The recent financial crisis is without precedent in the post-­ war period, a fac acknowledged by the majority of economists. At the same time, the crisis is a“marginal moment,” which unveils ...

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Marxian Economics

6 Mai , 2017  

 

John Milios, George E. Economakis

Marxian Economics

The economic theory formulated and developed by Karl *Marx (Trier, 1818 – London, 1883). By extension, ‘Marxian Economics’ refers to all theoretical approaches that are predicated on Marx’s economic concepts (Howard and King 1989, 1992).

Marx developed his economic theory, under the ...

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Michael Heinrich, New readings and new texts: Marx’s Capital after MEGA2

3 Mai , 2017  

The Heinrich talk at 150 Years Capital Conference in Athens January 2017 organised by John Milios.

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THE EXIT CONNECTION: EUROPE’S NEW POLANYIAN MOMENT

4 Apr , 2017  

Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos and John Milios
… Globalization is something much more than a mutual institutional contract between sovereign nation-states that can be unilaterally challenged. Globalization is the irreversible new form of capitalism. The reproduction of social power relations is intertwined with the workings and the historical norms of globalization ...

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150 years Karl Marx’s Capital. Reflections for the 21st Century

12 Mrz , 2017  

International Conference in January 2017 in Athens

«Karl Marx’s Capital provides radical thinkers with the insights necessary to demystify the “truths” of the dominant bourgeois theoretical schemes, ideological certainties and policy implications and is thus of great theoretical and political importance. This explains the increasing interest on Marxian analysis among ...

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Did Hilferding Influence Schumpeter?

9 Feb , 2017  

Panayotis Michaelides and John Milios
Abstract : In this paper, the origins of some of Joseph Alois Schumpeter’s views are traced back to Rudolf Hilferding’s Finance Capital , regarding the Schumpeterian hypothesis and the separation of roles between capitalists, entrepreneurs and managers. After a careful examination of Hilferding’s writings, the
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150 years Karl Marx’s Capital. Reflections for the 21st Century

10 Jan , 2017  

«Karl Marx’s Capital provides radical thinkers with the insights necessary to demystify the “truths” of the dominant bourgeois theoretical schemes, ideological certainties and policy implications and is thus of great theoretical and political importance. This explains the increasing interest on Marxian analysis among social scientists and political activists in recent

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