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Discussion in 'Economy' started by Annie, Feb 5, 2009.

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    Is this 'analysis' correct?

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    I'd say not, and recommend that you pursue radical economic sources as opposed to orthodox ones, as socialist heterodox economists predicted this current decline almost a decade ago. It is more likely that essentially all problematic developments are related to declines in profit rates, as has been indicated by past analyses. (Weisskopf 1979, Wolff 1986, Dumenil and Levy 1993, Shaikh and Tonak 1994). The state has traditionally kept capitalism afloat...I'd recommend looking past the "free market."
     

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