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Accumulation, Breakdown Crises, Disproportionality, and Effective Demand

  • Joseph Halevi
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Abstract

Claudio Napoleoni created a highly original strand of thought both in relation to Marxian theory as well as in connection to the interpretation of contemporary capitalism. He was also the main intellectual force behind the introduction of Classical Marxian economics in Italy. Up to Napoleoni’s full engagement with Classical and later mostly Marxian topics, the major work discussing Marx’s economics was Paolo Sylos-Labini’s article on economic growth in Marx and Schumpeter (Sylos-Labini [22]).

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