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George Dalton (February 1961). Economic theory and primitive society". American Anthropologist, LXIII, no. 1, 1–25. Theories of surplus and transfer : parasites and producers in economic thought. Labour Market Theory: A Constructive Reassessment.

The book maps the shifting emphases that economists and social thinkers have placed on markets and ‘mode’ of production generally. This reissue will be useful to students of economic thought, welfare theory and policy, growth economics and economic systems.

Parasites and Producers in Economic Thought. Published May 1991 by Unwin Hyman.

First published in 1990, this is an analysis of the history of western economics from Petty to Supply-Side, through the prism of the controversies over productive labour and its product. It treats the early economists' tive" dichotomies as shorthands for many other sets of distinctions relevant for boundaries, value and welfare. Central to the debates is the question of whether the economy is said to generate a 'surplus'

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Theories of Surplus and Transfer: Parasites and . This reissue will be useful to students of ecomic thought, welfare theory and policy, growth ecomics and ecomic systems.

This reissue will be useful to students of ecomic thought, welfare theory and policy, growth ecomics and ecomic systems.

The specific economic form, in which unpaid surplus-labour is pumped out of direct producers, determines the relationship of. .

The specific economic form, in which unpaid surplus-labour is pumped out of direct producers, determines the relationship of rulers and ruled, as it grows directly out of production itself and, in turn, reacts upon it as a determining element. Upon this, however, is founded the entire formation of the economic community which grows up out of the production relations themselves, thereby simultaneously its specific political form.

Theories of Surplus and Transfer: Parasites and Producers in Economic Thought. on government as a parasite drawing the boundary - the main variants necessity without materiality materiality without fallacy results not inputs. ECON J. Anthony Brewer.

An interpretation of the history of western economics from Petty to Supply-Side as an attempt to transcribe the archaic, productive-unproductive shorthand with a more detailed, logically-consistent set of distinctions with clearer implications for boundaries, value and welfare.
Theories of Surplus and Transfer: Parasites and Producers in Economic Thought ebook
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Helen Boss
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