Series A Abstracts/Full Papers

Series A: Economic Theory of Marx

Day 1 Dec. 22, 2018 (Sat.)

Session A-1: Marx in the History of Economic Thought
Chair: Kiichiro Yagi (Setsunan University)

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Kiichiro Yagi (Setsunan University)

Marx’s Theory of Capital in the History of Economics: Marx, Classical School, Austrians, and Growth Theory

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Gong Hoe Gimm (Gyeongsang National University) Beyond the Ricardian Framework: An Outline of the Theory of International Economic Relations based upon Marx’s Value Theory Full Paper/ Abstract
Masaaki Yoshida (Senshu University) From G-W-G’ to Economic Table in the 21st Century Full Paper/ Abstract
Bertram Schefold (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main) The Transformation of Values into Prices on the Basis of Random Systems Revisited Full PaperAbstract
Motohiro Okada (Konan University) Marx’s Anti-Neoclassicist Views on Labour Exchange: Another Possibility of the Labour Power–Labour Distinction Implied in His Drafts Full PaperAbstract
Nikolay Nenovsky (University of PIcardie Jules Verne)

Money as a Coordination of Commodity Economy.“Monetary” Marxists in Russia and France

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Session A-2: Value and Transformation Problem
Chair: Makoto Itoh (The University of Tokyo, Emeritus)

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Fred Moseley (Mount Holyoke College)

Money and Totality:
A Macro-Monetary Interpretation of Marx’s Logic in Capital and the End of the “Transformation Problem”

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Makoto Itoh (The University of Tokyo, Emeritus) Marx’s Value Theory and the Transformation Problem Revisited – Commenting on Fred Moseley’s Macro Monetary Interpretation Full PaperAbstract
Ryuji Sasaki (Rikkyo University) Rethinking the Theory of Price of Production through a Study on the Manuscript of Capital Full Paper/ Abstract
Sousuke Morimoto (St. Andrews University) Marx’s Theory of the Circuit of Capital and the Transformation: Commenting on Fred Moseley’s Macro-Monetary Interpretation Full PaperAbstract
Nobuyuki Yoshimura (Shinshu University) Recent Trends in Value Theory Full Paper/ Abstract

Session A-3: Value and Money (1)
Chair: Susumu Takenaga (Daito Bunka Univ.)

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Kiyoshi Nagatani (Shinshu University) Value-Form and the Mystery of Money Full PaperAbstract
Uros Kranjc (University of Ljubljana) Value Form, Subtractive Structure and Implied Temporality Full PaperAbstract
Masao Ishikura (Hitotsubashi University) Marx’s Theory of Value Form and its Contribution to Understanding Price Mechanism Full PaperAbstract

Day 2  Dec. 23, 2018 (Sun.)

Session A-4: Value and Money (2)
Chair: Hiroshi Onishi (Keio University)

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Hiroshi Onishi (Keio University) Labor Theory of Value Based on Marginalist Principle Full PaperAbstract
Carolina Alves (Girton College) Revisitng Social Class and Class Antangism in the Poverty of Philosophy Full Paper/ Abstract
Enfu Cheng (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)

Leading Ideas of Chinese Model: Marxism in Chinese Mode, and “Two Economic Miracles” of New China

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Alberto Handfas (Federal University of Sao Paulo)

A Marxian Inflation Theory: Empirical Investigations on Demand-Pull, Supply-Resistance Models

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Rolf Hecker(Berliner Verein zur Förderung der MEGA-rdition, e.v.) Marx’s Critique of Capitalism: On the Final of the Second Section of MEGA Full PaperAbstract
Alan Freeman (Geopolitical Economy Research Group) Marx, Value and Class Full PaperAbstract