The Laws of Returns in Neoclassical Theories of Growth : A sraffian critique Franklin Serrano and Sergio Cesaratto

Neoclassical theories of exogenous and endogenous growth pay a heavy price, in the form of deficiencies in treatment, implausible results and the need for artifical assumptions, because they are based on the traditional and flawed marginalist explanation of distribution.

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