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new RWER issue – 105

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Please click here to support this open-access journal and the WEA RWER issue no. 105 download whole issue In Praise of Rebellion?Peter Radford2   Professor Stiglitz’s contributions to debates on intellectual propertyDean Baker 12   America’s trade deficits: blame U.S. policies – starting with tax lawsKenneth E. Austin 25   Extending the concept of inflation beyond consumer pricesMerijn Knibbe 46   History and origin of money in MMT and Austrian Economics:The difference methodology makes?Phil Armstrong 57   Ownership illusions: When ownership really matters for economic analysisCameron K. Murray 74   From original institutionalism to the economics of conventions and inventing value:An interview with Dave Elder-VassDave Elder-Vass and Jamie Morgan 87   Some questions to Edward Fullbrook

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RWER issue no. 105

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In Praise of Rebellion?
Peter Radford
2

 

Professor Stiglitz’s contributions to debates on intellectual property
Dean Baker
12

 

America’s trade deficits: blame U.S. policies – starting with tax laws
Kenneth E. Austin
25

 

Extending the concept of inflation beyond consumer prices
Merijn Knibbe
46

 

History and origin of money in MMT and Austrian Economics:
The difference methodology makes?

Phil Armstrong
57

 

Ownership illusions: When ownership really matters for economic analysis
Cameron K. Murray
74

 

From original institutionalism to the economics of conventions and inventing value:
An interview with Dave Elder-Vass

Dave Elder-Vass and Jamie Morgan
87

 

Some questions to Edward Fullbrook regarding his book
Market-value: Its measurement and metric

Oliver Schlaudt
111

 

Hopefully Schlaudt’s questions about Market-value are the first of many
Edward Fullbrook
118


End Matter
122

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