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Learn the equalization of the profit rate in market competition based on the Marxist perspective.

Learn Marx’s theory of the falling rate of profit in terms of the social interaction model, the alienation problem, and be introduced to Keynes’ perspective.

Explore basic postulates of the Walrasian and Keynesian economic standpoint while appropriating main ideas of the said economists in terms of the hub and spoke model.

The lecture elaborates on the general model of product and labor market.

From an abstract level, explore the main foundations underlying the examined economic accounts, drawing on Shannon’s theorem, the history of Mathematics, and information technology.

This paper develops a systemic interpretation of the functioning of capital markets that formally accounts for the observed frequency distribution of Tobin’s q.

This paper motivates the content and analytical significance of processes of “social scaling” in competitive economic settings.

This paper argues that given certain self-definitions and key defining features of economic sociology, Keynes's work can be read and interpreted as a text in economic sociology.