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» Labour Theory of Value from Tim Worstall
Brad DeLong has a useful and entertaining discussion of Marx’s Labour Theory of Value. Worth reading and absorbing for the next time you hear abour labour exploitation. Now it should be clear that this labor-theory-of-value-based analysis makes no se... [Read More]

» Labor Theory of Value from Dean's World

Economist Brad DeLong has an excellent deconstruction of the false Marxist notion of the labor theory of value.

Marxist theory is wrong on all sorts... [Read More]

» Excellent Marxism Critique from voluntaryXchange
Brad DeLong has an excellent explanation of the centerpiece of Marxism, the labor theory of value. The discussion is at a pretty basic level and points out clearly that exploitation in the labor theory of value is based on workers [Read More]

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Link: Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal: Mail Call for Brad DeLong. Thank you for your blog! If is very interesting. [Read More]

» Energy theory of value from Econbrowser
Perhaps no statement by economists causes physical scientists more aggravation than the claim that the economic importance of energy can be measured by its dollar share in total GDP. Here I explore some of the arguments for both sides of that claim... [Read More]

» Energy theory of value from Econbrowser
Perhaps no statement by economists causes physical scientists more aggravation than the claim that the economic importance of energy can be measured by its dollar share in total GDP. Here I explore some of the arguments for both sides of that claim... [Read More]

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