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Elsewhere: Data On Capitalism And Other Systems

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The first is a distateful counting of the victims of capitalism in the twentieth century. The second concludes that no-longer-actually-existing socialism was about as efficient as western countries. The last argues that general prosperity first declined with the introduction of capitalism. Salvatore Engel-DiMauro. 2021. Anti-communism and the hundres of millions of victims of capitalism. Capitalism Nature Socialism 32(1): 1-17. Peter Murrell. 1991. Can neoclassical economics underpin the reform of centrally planned economies?. Journal of Economic Perspectives 5(4): 59-76. This issue has a symposium on transition economies, with other interesting articles. Dylan Sullivan and Jason Hickel. 2023. Capitalism and extreme poverty: a global analysis of real wages, human height, and

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The first is a distateful counting of the victims of capitalism in the twentieth century. The second concludes that no-longer-actually-existing socialism was about as efficient as western countries. The last argues that general prosperity first declined with the introduction of capitalism.

Here are a couple of other links:

  • Louis-Philippe Rochon argues that we should not teach neoclassical ewconomics to undergraduates.
  • The P2P Foundation seems like an interesting approach.

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