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01-03-2010, 08:04 AM

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Originally Posted by berlowmj View Post
You make a good case for Marx's analysis of capitalism, because his dialectical interpretation clearly distinguishes him from economists with a "static" interpretation.
Keen does admit that Marx is one of his "foundations" for his economic theory (along with Minksy, Goodwin, Schumpeter, Sraffa, and Keynes). Of course, that doesn't automatically make him a "commie" as many of our right brethren would reflexively believe. One can acknowledge Marx's analysis of capitalism, as an economist, without buying into his "cures" for it.
  
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