THE BULLETIN OF JAPAN SOCIETY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY No. 1 (1961) - No. 40 (2003)

TOTAL CONTENTS

OF

THE BULLETIN OF

JAPAN SOCIETY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY

No. 1 (1961) - No. 40 (2003)

Contributors in Alphabetical Order

No. 1 [Modern Political Economy Series I] (November 1961, 200p.)

 WAGES AND PROFIT RATE

No. 2 [Modern Political Economy Series II] (May 1963, 268p.)

BUSINESS CYCLES IN THE POSTWAR PERIOD

 AND TWO COMPETING ECONOMICS

No.3 [Modern Political Economy Series III] (November 1963, 199p.)

 STUDIES IN MONOPOLY CAPITALISM

No.4 [Modern Political Economy Series IV] (May 1965, 228p.)

 MODERN CAPITALISM AND THE PRICE LEVEL

No. 5 [Modern Political Economy Series V] (October 1967, 130p.)

 PROBLEMS OF THE CURRENT WORLD ECONOMY

No. 6 [Modern Political Economy Series VI] (November 1969, 110p.)

 POLITICAL ECONOMY AND THE STATE

 PROBLEMS OF SOCIALIST ECONOMIES

No. 7 (1970, October 1970, 180p.)

 INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY CRISIS

No. 8 (October 1971, 147p.)

 ON ‘ECONOMIC GROWTH

No. 9 (October 1972, 101p.)

 REPRODUCTION STRUCTURE OF THE POSTWAR

 JAPANESE CAPITALISM

No. 10 (September 1973, 190p.)

 MODERN IMPERIALISM AND CAPITAL EXPORT

No.11 (March 1974, 185p)

 MODERN CAPITALISM AND INFLATION

No. 12 (June 1975, 212p.)

 MODERN CAPITALISM AND RESOURCES PROBLEM

No. 13 (July 1976, 248p.)

MODERN CAPITALISM AND ECONOMIC CRISIS

No. 14 (June 1977, 189p.)

MODERN JAPANESE CAPITALISM AND THE GENERAL CRISIS

No. 15 (October 1978, 217p.)

CLASSES UNDER THE MODERN CAPITALISM

No.16 (August 1979, 211p.)

WORKING CLASSES UNDER THE MODERN CAPITALISM

No. 17 (September 1980, 296p.)

 Two Decades Memorial Issue

THE STATE AND THE MODERN CAPITALISM

No. 18 (September 1981, 267p.)

METHODS OF THE ANALYSIS OF MODERN CAPITALISM

No. 19 (September 1982, 273p.)

MODERN WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL CURRENCIES

No.20 (September 1983, 303p.)

WORLDWIDE LONG DEPRESSION AND JAPANESE CAPITALISM

No. 21 (September 1984, 299p.)

 A Centennial Issue After Marx’s Death

THE MODERN SIGNIFICANCE OF MARX’S CAPITAL

No. 22 (July 1985, 303p.)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE ARMAMENT AND DISARMAMENT

No. 23 (June 1986, 311p.)

OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF THE MODERN MEGA CORPORATIONS

No. 24 (June 1987, 305p.)

THE PLACE OF JAPANESE CAPITALISM IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONSTELLATION

No. 25 (July 1988, 298p.)

 IDEAL AND REALITY OF SOCIALIST ECONOMIES

No.26 (July 1989, 335p.)

 BASIC FEATURES OF THE WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS

No.27 (August 1990, p.268)

 CONTEMPORARY SIGNIFICANCE OF

THE LABOR THEORY OF VALUE

No.28 (August 1991, p.294)

CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM

No.29 (September 1992, p.286)

MARKET AND PLANNING

No.30 (October 1993, 307p.)

CONTEMPORARY CHARACTERISTICS OF JAPANESE CAPITALISM

No. 31 (October 1994, 354p.)

CONVERSION OF THE POSTWAR WORLD SYSTEM

No. 32 (October 1995, 248p.)

CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPRESSION IN THE 1990s

No.33 (October 1996, 342p.)

THEORIES AND METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM

ECONOMY AND SOCIETY FOR 50 YEARS OF POSTWAR JAPAN

No.34 (October 1997, 326p.)

INDUSTRIALIZATION IN ASIA AND WORLD CAPITALISM

No.35 (October 1998, 349p.)

FRONTIERS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY

No.36 (October 1999, 290p.)

THE FINANCIAL CRISIS OF CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM

No.37 (September 2000, 282p.)

THE CRISIS OF CAPITALISM IN THE 1990s AND THE THEORY OF DEPRESSION

No.38 (September 2001, 282p.)

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GLOBALIZATION

No.39 (September 2002, 274p.)

WHAT WAS THE ‘PROSPERITY’ OF THE U.S. ECONOMY IN THE 1990s?

No.40 (September 2003, 323p.)

WHAT TO THINK ABOUT THE JAPANESE CAPITALISM IN CONFUSION?

Contributors in Alphabetical Order with Numbers of The Bulletin



No. 1 [Modern Political Economy Series I] (November 1961, 200p.)

WAGES AND PROFIT RATE

On the Publication of the Series

Part I WAGE THEORIES

Shojiro UJIHARA: Wage and Trade Unions...................................................... (11)

Naomichi FUNAHASHI: Some Problems in the Basic Theory of Wages.............. (27)

Taeko WATANABE: Wage Theory as a Criticism of Capitalism.......................... (41)

Kazuo OKOCHI: On some Utilities of the Wage Theory.................................... (79)

Discussion.................................................................................................. (84)

Part II THE LAW OF THE FALLING RATE OF PROFIT

Kazuo JOZA: Modern Significance of Marx’s Law of the Falling Rate

of Profit................................................................................................. (91)

Ryozo TOMIZUKA: The Law of the Falling Rate of Profit and the

Necessity of the Crisis........................................................................... (121)

Tadao HORIE: Get Rid of the Law of the Falling Rate of Profit........................ (179)

Discussion................................................................................................. (197)

No. 2 [Modern Political Economy Series II] (May 1963, 268p.)

BUSINESS CYCLES IN THE POSTWAR PERIOD

AND TWO COMPETING ECONOMICS

Part I PROBLEMS OF THE THEORY OF CRISIS

Tomoyoshi FUJITSUKA: On the Basic Structure of the Theoretical

System of The Capital: Focusing on Interpretations of the

Reproduction Scheme and the Law of the Falling Rate of Profit..................... (8)

Naomichi HAYASHI: The Role of Credit in the Cycles of Business

and Crisis: Contradictions of the Capitalist Reproduction and

Moneyed Capital..................................................................................... (24)

Kojiro TAKAGI: Some Basic Problems of the Crisis Theory ............................ (78)

Discussion.................................................................................................. (93)

Part II THE NATURE OF THE POSTWAR BUSINESS CYCLES

Fumiko SEO: Economic Growth and the Industrial Cycles:

Reflections on the Long-term Transformation of the

Capitalist Accumulation............................................................................ (98)

Takuichi IKUMI: On the Nature of the Postwar Business Cycles...................... (170)

Discussion................................................................................................. (203)

Part III MARXIAN ECONOMICS AND MODERN ECONOMICS

Masauji YAMAMOTO: The Combination of the Qualitative and

Quantitative Analysis in Oscar Lange....................................................... (210)

Tsuneyoshi SEKI: On the Use of Mathematics in Marxian Economics.............. (228)

Discussion................................................................................................. (245)

Yoshikazu MIYAZAKI: Problems in Measuring the Monopoly Rate:

On the Tendency to Monopolization in the Postwar Japan.......................... (249)

Discussion................................................................................................. (266)

No.3 [Modern Political Economy Series III] (November 1963, 199p.)

STUDIES IN MONOPOLY CAPITALISM

Buntaro TOMIZUKA: Industrial Cycles under the State Monopoly Capitalism ........... (7)

Masatake TEJIMA: Basic Concepts of the State Monopoly Capitalism..................... (27)

Wasaburo KIMURA: Monopoly Profit and its Formation........................................ (69)

Yoichiro HONMA: Competition and the General Law of Capital Accumulation.......... (87)

Yasuo KATO: International Aspect of Industrial Cycles......................................... (107)

Haruo KANEKO: Theoretical Problems of the so-called Law of Pauperization......... (135)

Abstracts of Reports of the 5th–8th General Conferences.................................... (175)

(By Shiro SUGIHARA, Isamu KITAHARA, Yoshihiko ONO, Asao ONO,

Etsuji KINOSHITA, Kiriro MORITA, Tadao HORIE, and Tetsu FURUKAWA)

No.4 [Modern Political Economy Series IV] (May 1965, 228p.)

MODERN CAPITALISM AND THE PRICE LEVEL

Yoshihiro TAKASUGA: Monopoly and Inflation: Inflationary Mechanism

under the Monopoly Capitalism........................................................................ (7)

Takafumi ISOMURA: Inflation and the Managed Currency..................................... (47)

Discussion........................................................................................................ (81)

Kiriro MORITA: Inflation and the Balance of Trades: International

Aspects of the Price Fluctuation and the Unequal Development......................... (93)

Nobuo OKISHIO: Wages and Prices.................................................................. (113)

Discussion...................................................................................................... (129)

Haruo KANEKO: Theoretical Problems of National Incomes................................. (137)

Takafusa NAKAMURA: International Comparison of National Incomes.................. (205)

Discussion...................................................................................................... (227)

No. 5 [Modern Political Economy Series V] (October 1967, 130p.)

PROBLEMS OF THE CURRENT WORLD ECONOMY

Part I SOCIALIST ECONOMIES

Kazuo YAMANOUCHI: Commodity-Value Relations under Socialism.................... (7)

Minoru OKA: Profit and Planned Economies................................................... (36)

Part II STRUCTURE OF MODERN WORLD CAPITALISM

Sadahiko ARIGA: Contradictions between Two Systems and the Law

of Unequal Development.......................................................................... (53)

Hikosaku OZAKI: Basic Structure of the North-South Problem......................... (73)

Akio NOMURA: An Aspect of Economic Integration: Its Relation

to the State Monopoly Capitalism.............................................................. (84)

Part III CREDIT AND CRISIS

Hideaki OUCHI: Credit and Business Cycles.................................................... (99)

Yoshio MIYAKE: Credit and Crisis................................................................ (116)

No. 6 [Modern Political Economy Series VI] (November 1969, 110p.)

POLITICAL ECONOMY AND THE STATE

PROBLEMS OF SOCIALIST ECONOMIES

Takeshi TSUKAMOTO: Capitalist Ways of Production and the State......................... (5)

Jun IKEGAMI: The Position of the State Monopoly in Lenin’s Theory

of Imperialism............................................................................................. (16)

Taeko WATANABE: Nationalization under the Modern Capitalism............................ (35)

Discussions...................................................................................................... (48)

Sei FUJITA: Ways of Price Determination under Socialist Economies...................... (59)

Junko HIRANO: ‘Profit’, ‘Interest’ and ‘Rent’ under Socialist Economies............... (79)

Discussion...................................................................................................... (102)

No. 7 (1970, October 1970, 180p.)

INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY CRISIS

Keizo HAYASAKA: On the Abstractness of the Theory of Commodity.................. (5)

Soko OHBUCHI: On the Third Form of Differential Rent.................................. (21)

Kinji NAKAMURA: Conceptual Problems of the so-called ‘Additional Value’....... (40)

Hitoshi ASAO: On the Regulators of the Socialist Production............................. (48)

Hiroyuki OKADA: Alienated Labor under the Socialist Production...................... (61)

Takao SHIMURA: Studies of the Theory of Imperialism in Japan....................... (75)

Discussion –Chaired by Masatake TEJIMA.................................................... (87)

Makoto ITOH: Modification of Business Cycles and the Stage of Imperialism..... (90)

Discussion - Chaired by Naomichi HAYASHI................................................. (106)

[Plenary Session] Chaired by Kojiro TAKAGI

Yoshio MIYAKE: International Currency Crisis (I).......................................... (117)

Hiroshi KUWANO: International Currency Crisis (II)...................................... (132)

Discussions............................................................................................... (149)

Sadayuki SATO: Obituary to Prof. Hirokatsu OGURA.......................................... (167)

No. 8 (October 1971, 147p.)

ON ‘ECONOMIC GROWTH’

Kunio TAKEI: Theory of Principles and Pure Capitalism..................................... (6)

Ujikata NAKAMURA: Ownership Controversies in Czechoslovakia.................... (26)

Etsuji KINOSHITA: Polemical Issues around Postwar World Economy.............. (50)

Tsuyoshi SAKURAI: Theory of Absolute Surplus Value in the System

of Marx’s Capital................................................................................... (73)

Kazuo NONOMURA: Rouble and International Trade....................................... (94)

[Plenary Session] Chaired by Tadao HORIE

Kishio YAMADA: On ‘Economic Growth’..................................................... (110)

Discussion................................................................................................. (127)

No. 9 (October 1972, 101p.)

REPRODUCTION STRUCTURE OF THE POSTWAR

JAPANESE CAPITALISM

[Plenary Session: Reproduction Structure of the Postwar Japanese Capitalism]

Chaired by Takuichi IKUMI, Kiyoshi SHIRAKAWA, and Daijiro TSURU

Ryuichi INO: Postwar Japanese Capitalism and its Agrarian Problems.................. (6)

Masamichi KAWAKAMI: Reorganization and Development of the

Postwar Japanese Capitalism.................................................................... (20)

Fumio MORIYA: Reproduction Structure of Postwar Japan.............................. (36)

Comments by Jingo HANADA, Shin'ichiro TANAKA, and Ryoichi KOGA.......... (58)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (81)

No. 10 (September 1973, 190p.)

MODERN IMPERIALISM AND CAPITAL EXPORT

[Plenary Session: Modern Imperialism, Focusing on Capital Export]

Chaired by Saburo HARADA, Etsuji KINOSHITA, and Saiichi MIYAZAKI

Shoshichi SUGIMOTO: Analysis of the Modern Imperialism and the

Conservatism in Theory............................................................................ (1)

Sadayuki SATO: Logic and Behavior of Multinational Companies....................... (17)

Yoshiharu SHIMIZU: Modern Imperialism and Capital Export............................ (38)

Comments by Tetsu FURUKAWA, Yoshikazu MIYAZAKI,

and Shunzo MURAOKA.......................................................................... (59)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (87)

Conclusions by Etsuji KINOSHITA.............................................................. (122)

[Other Sessions]

Keizo HAYASAKA: On the Development from Money to Capital....................... (129)

Fukashi TOKINAGA: Problems of Capital Forms in the Theoretical

System of The Capital........................................................................... (139)

Taichi NAKAJIMA: On Sun Yifang’s Conception of the Law of Value............... (151)

Nobuyuki OKUMA: Socialist Systems and the Human Being............................ (161)

Kozo MATSUDA: An Essay for the Progress of the Theory of Monopoly......... (167)

Akira TAKAGI: Some Problems in the Study of the Reproduction Scheme........ (175)

No.11 (March 1974, 185p)

MODERN CAPITALISM AND INFLATION

[Plenary Session: Modern Capitalism and Inflation]

Chaired by Yoshio MIYAKE, Ichiro KAWAI, and Haruo KANEKO

Shinya ABE: Micro and Macro in the Modern Theory of Prices........................... (1)

Yasuhiko YONEDA: Monopoly Prices and Inflation.......................................... (20)

Kenji IMAMIYA: International Aspect of the Inflation....................................... (38)

Ken KURUMA: Fiscal and Financial Aspects of the Inflation.............................. (63)

Discussion.................................................................................................. (80)

Conclusions by Ichiro KAWAI....................................................................... (96)

[Other Sessions]

Meiko MOORI: Significance of the Value Theory in the Theoretical

System of The Capital........................................................................... (100)

Nobuo OKISHIO: Examination of the Relative Surplus Population.................... (110)

Takeshi KAMIJIMA: Methods in the Theory of the Transitional

Period to Socialism................................................................................ (120)

Masayuki IWATA: Vision of the Technocratic Socialist Economy

in USSR............................................................................................... (129)

Akio NOMURA: Grounds of the Conflict of Modern Imperialisms

and their Meaning.................................................................................. (141)

Akio SAKAI: Global Companies and Sovereign States..................................... (152)

Soko OHBUCHI: Ambiguities of the Value Concept in The Capital.................... (162)

Yoshihiro TAKASUGA: What is meant by the Paralyzing Function

of the Value Measurement...................................................................... (174)

No. 12 (June 1975, 212p.)

MODERN CAPITALISM AND RESOURCES PROBLEM

[Plenary Session: Modern Capitalism and Resources Problems]

Chaired by Jun IKEGAMI and Kiyoshi OHSHIMA

Akiyoshi TAKABATAKE: Supplier Countries, Majors, and Consumer

Countries: Changes of Power Relations and Price Structures of the

Crude Oil................................................................................................. (2)

Koji MORIOKA: Imperialism and Raw Materials Problems: Focusing

on Lenin's Imperialism............................................................................ (23)

Kazuo TOMIYAMA: Resources Problems in the Modernity: As seen

from Industrial Activities and Consumption of Resources............................ (44)

Comments by Mitsuro TERAMOTO, Jun NISHIKAWA, and Yoshiro MIWA....... (58)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (80)

[Other Sessions]

Kunio AKABORI: Economic Characterization of the Service Industries:

Explanations based on Marxian Labor Theory of Value............................... (114)

Nobuo ISAGAI: On Marx’s Concept of Productive Labor............................... (125)

Setsujiro IRIE: Methods and Significance of J. A. Hobson’s Analysis of

Imperialism: Focusing on J. A. Hobson, Imperialism, A Study.................... (135)

Soichiro GIGA: The Crisis of Capitalism and the Nationalization of the

Foreign Assets...................................................................................... (142)

Shoshichi SUGIMOTO: The Structure of the International Division of

Production in COMECON...................................................................... (155)

Kazuo YAMANOUCHI: Accumulation Structure of the Local Small-Sized

Industries in China................................................................................ (172)

Yukio KIHARA: On the Proof of the Law of Value.......................................... (184)

Hiroyuki OKADA: The Gold-Degree and Money-Degree of the Socialist

Money................................................................................................. (194)

No. 13 (July 1976, 248p.)

MODERN CAPITALISM AND ECONOMIC CRISIS

[Plenary Session: Modern Capitalism and Economic Crisis]

Chaired by kojiro TAKAGI, Yasuo KATO, and Shigeru TANESE

Seiichi NAGASHIMA: State Monopoly Capitalism and the Modification

of Business Cycles: An Essay towards Theoretical Explanation...................... (3)

Makoto IKI: Diversity and Unity of the Business Cycles in the Postwar

World Economy...................................................................................... (14)

Masakatsu KOHIYAMA: Monopoly and Economic Crisis: Approaches

to the ‘Real Crisis’.................................................................................. (33)

Kazunari ABE: Significance of the Crisis Theory under the Modern

Capitalist System.................................................................................... (49)

Comments by Yoshio KOMATSU, Toshio MASUDA, and Noriyuki HIRAI.......... (64)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (81)

[Other Sessions]

Mitsuru OUSAKA: Theoretical System of The Capital and the Method

of Crisis Theory: Back to the Plan Problem.............................................. (140)

Teinosuke OTANI: Circulation Process of Capital and the Crisis...................... (152)

Yaroku KOBAYASHI: The Necessity of the Economic Crisis........................... (165)

Ryuichi INO: Modern Capitalism and the Agricultural Crisis:

Focusing on World Grain Markets........................................................... (181)

Toshihiko HOZUMI: Kautsky and Hilferding in the Controversy

on Imperialism...................................................................................... (187)

Kunihiko AOKI: A Step to the Socialist Intensification of Agricultural

Cooperatives in East Germany................................................................ (197)

Kiichi MOCHIZUKI: Labor Value Price and Optimal Planning........................... (207)

Chukun YU: Marxian Theory of the International Transfer of

Labor Forces: A Detailed Consideration in his Capital................................ (223)

Isao SHIMOHIRAO: Industrial Cycles and Credit System............................... (231)

No. 14 (June 1977, 189p.)

MODERN JAPANESE CAPITALISM AND THE GENERAL CRISIS

[Plenary Session: Modern Japanese Capitalism and the General Crisis]

Chaired by Masamichi KAWAKAMI, Yoichiro HONMA, and Mitsuharu ITO

Yuichi OSHIMA: Theory of General Crisis and Analysis of

Postwar Japanese Capitalism: Methodological Reflections.............................. (3)

Kiyoko IMURA: Current State of Japanese Capitalism...................................... (20)

Takao KAMAKURA: Stagflation and the Crisis of Japanese Capitalism................ (39)

Comments by Kazuo SHIBAGAKI, Masaji MIYASHITA, Yoshio FUKUDA.......... (62)

Replies and Discussions................................................................................ (74)

[Other Sessions]

Masanori FURUKAWA: Special Definition of the Market Value and

a Trial towards the Development of Marxian Price Theory......................... (105)

Makoto ITOH: Development of the ‘Transformation Problem’......................... (113)

Tasuku NOGUCHI: Modern Multinational Companies..................................... (123)

Takashi YAMAGUCHI: Financial Analysis of Monopoly

Enterprises in Japan............................................................................... (130)

Fumiko SEO: Marxian Economics and the Criticism of the

Neo-Classical Economics....................................................................... (141)

Sumihiro KORENAGA: Features of the Modern Economics and

its Ideological Backgrounds.................................................................... (149)

Ichiro ISHIKURA: The Place of the Theory of Labor Process and

its Original Definition............................................................................. (159)

Yutaka NAGAOKA: Business Cycles in the Postwar Japanese Economy........... (166)

[Memorial Speech]

Hidekazu AIZAWA: KAWAKAMI Hajime, Personality and Learnings.................. (173)

No. 15 (October 1978, 217p.)

CLASSES UNDER THE MODERN CAPITALISM

[Plenary Sessions: Classes under the Modern Capitalism]

Chaired by Tadao ISHIHARA, Haruo KANEKO, and Isamu KITAHARA

Yoichi ITO: Class Structure and Capitalists in Modern Japan:

From Statistical Analysis.......................................................................... (3)

Hiroshi OKUMURA: Managers of the Big Business in Modern Japan.................. (35)

Miyoko SHIMAZAKI: Basic Compositions of the Postwar Structures

of Labor Forces: Consideration towards the Determination of

Formation and Antagonism of Social Classes in the Postwar Stage............... (53)

Comments by Kenji TOMINOMORI and Seiji KIKKA...................................... (84)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (94)

[Other Sessions]

Hirotaro YAMAMOTO: Valuable Thing = Existential Form of

Value → Value Body → Phenomenal Form of Value:

Round Way of the Value Presentation....................................................... (119)

Kiyoshi NAGATANI: What Purpose of the Value Theory:

On Recent Arguments of Value Entity...................................................... (129)

Kunio TAKEI: Development of the Theoretical Principles

in Shared Capitals.................................................................................. (140)

Michiyoshi NAKAMURA: Joint-Stock Companies and Financial Capitals........... (153)

Hideo KOBAYASHI: Reality and Features of the Investment

of Japanese Enterprises in South-Korea since the Late 1960s..................... (162)

SHIN Hyoku: Economic Reorganization of South-Korea and

Introduction of Foreign Capital: Focusing on Capital

Accumulation of Comprador Capitals...................................................... (185)

Munetaka TANIGAWA: Reproduction and Circulation of

the Storage Cost................................................................................... (197)

No.16 (August 1979, 211p.)

WORKING CLASSES UNDER THE MODERN CAPITALISM

[Plenary Session: Working Classes under the Modern Capitalism]

Chaired by Haruo KANEKO, Yoshiharu SHIMIZU, and Yoshihisa TOKITA

Kenji TOMIZAWA: ‘Socialization of Labor’ and Working Classes........................ (6)

Fusao SHIMOYAMA: Development of Modern Japanese Capitalism

and the Class Formation of Workers......................................................... (36)

Comments by Yoichi AIZAWA and Tadao TAKAGI........................................... (64)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (74)

[Other Sessions]

Shozo IWAMI: Interest-Bearing Capital and Moneyed Capitalists:

Theories of Surplus Value and The Capital............................................... (109)

Isao SHIMOHIRAO: Money Capital and Real Capital in Marx's Capital............. (118)

Kenkichi GOMI: Production Adjustment and Agriculture in Japan..................... (129)

Hiroo ISHII: Demand-Supply Relations of Agricultural Products

and Price Problems............................................................................... (139)

Soichiro GIGA: Research Tasks on Socialist Nationalization and

Organization of Cooperatives.................................................................. (161)

Minoru NAGASUNA: Diversities of Socialist Economies:

Present Situation, Origins, and Futures.................................................... (172)

Yasuo TAKAKURA: Development Process of Marx’s Capital Theory................ (185)

Tsutomu NISHINO: On the Problem of ‘Reconstruction’ of

the ‘Individual Property’........................................................................ (194)

No. 17 (September 1980, 296p.)

Two Decades Memorial Issue

THE STATE AND THE MODERN CAPITALISM

[Plenary Session: The State and the Modern Capitalism]

Chaired by Makoto ITOH, Isamu KITAHARA, and Yuichi OSHIMA

Eiichi KATO: The State and the Modern Capitalism: Its Aspect of

the Welfare State...................................................................................... (3)

Fukuji TAGUCHI: Problems in the Theory of Modern Capitalist State:

From a Political Scientist......................................................................... (13)

Kenkichi HONDA: States in the Process towards Independence of

Developing Nations................................................................................. (25)

Comments by Eiji OHNO, Yuji OISHI, Ken'ichi MIYAMOTO,

and Yoshihiko MOTOYAMA..................................................................... (38)

Replies and Discussions................................................................................ (53)

[Other Sessions]

Tomonaga TAIRAKO: Descritive Methods of Marx’s Criticism of

Political Economy: Focusing on the Form-Material Relationship................... (93)

Toru MATSUHASHI: Determination of the Necessity of Crisis

in the Theoretical System of The Capital................................................. (107)

Hidenori SHIMAZU: The Category of the State in the Theoretical

System of The Capital: A Methodological Reflection towards

the Analysis of the ‘Integration of the Bourgeois Society in the

Form of the State’................................................................................. (121)

Shoken MAWATARI: Value and Value Form: Progress in Postwar

Researches........................................................................................... (132)

Koji MORIOKA: Historical Theory of Imperialism and Economic

Theory of Monopoly Capitalism: On the Methodological

Debates in the Theory of Imperialism...................................................... (141)

Yahiro UNNO: Theory of the Emergence of the Monopoly.............................. (153)

Mitsuhiko TAKUMI: Methods in the Theory of Imperialism............................. (162)

Eiji IKUKAWA: Methodological Problems of the Financial Capital..................... (172)

Kimitoshi MUKAI: Theoretical System of the Criticism of Political

Economy and the Primitive Accumulation of Capital:

Focusing on Grundrisse......................................................................... (187)

Muneyuki TAKATSU: On the Coincidence of the Value and Price

of Labor Force..................................................................................... (197)

Katsuya AIKO: Mr. Le Capital and Mme La Terre Play Magic:

A Subjective Interpretation of the ‘Trinity Formula’.................................. (208)

Akio FUJITA: Historical Modification of Industrial Cycles and

Economic Structures............................................................................. (217)

Mitsuo TAKASHIBA: The 1929 and 1937 Crisis in the United

States and the Emergence of the State Monopoly Capitalism...................... (228)

[Memorial Lecture]

Shiro SUGIHARA: KAWAKAMI Hajime in the History of

Economic Thought of Japanese.............................................................. (237)

[Table Talks]

Kiyoshi OSHIMA, Yoshio MIYAKE, Fumio MORIYA, and Tetsu FURUKAWA:

Twenty Years of The Japan Society of Political Economy.......................... (253)

No. 18 (September 1981, 267p.)

METHODS OF THE ANALYSIS OF MODERN CAPITALISM

[Plenary Session: Methods of the Analysis of Modern Capitalism]

Chaired by Yuichi OSHIMA, Yoichiro HONMA, and Saiichi MIYAZAKI

Yoshinori TAMAGAKI: Methods of the Analysis of the

Modern Capitalism: Reconsidering the Concept of the

State Monopoly Capitalism......................................................................... (5)

Hiroji BABA: A Sketch of the Modern Capitalism: On the Theory of

State Monopoly Capitalism....................................................................... (18)

Motomu ASHIDA: System of the Basic Concepts of the State Monopoly

Capitalism and its Theoretical Problems: Towards the Criticism of

the State Interventionism and Pluralism..................................................... (34)

Comments by Munehiko YAKA, Yoshio KOMATSU, and Ikuro TAKAGI............ (48)

Replies and Discussions................................................................................ (60)

[Other Sessions]

Yoshihiro NIJI: Method of the Theory of the Value Form: The ‘Round

Way’ of the Value Representation and ‘Development’ of Value Forms............ (95)

Yoshikazu HASEGAWA: Theoretical Significance of the Existential

Forms of the Relative Surplus Population................................................. (105)

Masanori SASAKI: Turn of the Law of Appropriation and the Recognition

of the History........................................................................................ (116)

Kazunari ABE: Issues in the Analysis of the so-called ‘Stagflation’.................... (127)

Kiyotaka HIROTA: Stagflation and the Accumulation of Monopoly Capital........ (137)

Masao KOBAYASHI: New Developments in the Theory of Modern

Capitalism: In Relation to the Stagflation.................................................. (150)

Masaji MIYASHITA: Socialism and the Individual Property:

On the Viewpoint of the Status Quo Analysis............................................ (161)

Toshio SUMIYA: Socialist Economies and the Theory of Firms and

Management: Definitions in the Classics of the Scientific Socialism

and their Development........................................................................... (172)

Akira MATSUBARA: Economic Consideration of the Socialist

Ways of Life......................................................................................... (182)

Akira MIYAKAWA: Replacement of the Fixed Capital in the Enlarged

Reproduction: A Viewpoint Reconsidering ‘Additional Fixed Capital’............ (197)

Shinzaburo KOSHIMURA: A Matrix Analysis of the Scheme

of Reproduction.................................................................................... (210)

Hideaki KUDOH: Towards a Reconsideration of Marx’s Concept of

‘Productive Powers’: Gattungswesen in the Proto Criticism of

the Political Economy = Proto-Recognition of the History.......................... (224)

Nobuko HARA: Formation Process of the Theoretical System of

The Capital: Focusing on the Manuscript “Kritik der politischen

Oekonomie (1861-1863)”....................................................................... (241)

No. 19 (September 1982, 273p.)

MODERN WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL CURRENCIES

[Plenary Session: Modern World Economy and International Currencies]

Chaired by Yoshio MIYAKE, Kazuo SHIBAGAKI, and Mitsuhiko TSURUTA

Takao SASAKI: Multiple Polarization of the World Economy and

International Currencies............................................................................. (3)

Fumitake MATSUMURA: Examination of the American Network:

Financing Structure of the Integrative Imperialism...................................... (22)

Ikuya FUKAMACHI: Structure of the World Economy and

International Currencies........................................................................... (41)

Comments by Kenji IMAMIYA, Sadayuki SATO, and Kazuo KONISHI.............. (62)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (77)

[Other Sessions]

Akio IKUMI: Problems in the Theory of the Depreciation of Paper Money........ (117)

Kikuji SABA: Value Measuring Function of the Gold under the

Inconvertible Currency System............................................................... (127)

Buntaro TOMIZUKA: On the Theory of the ‘Grounds of Dollar’s

International Circulation’........................................................................ (137)

Masaki TAKENOUCHI: ‘Resource Nationalism’ and Multinational

Corporations......................................................................................... (146)

Kyuji YOSHIKAWA: On Reflux Problem of the Oil Money............................... (158)

Juichi NAKASE: Multinationalization of Japanese Enterprises and

its Problems......................................................................................... (173)

Michio YOSHIDA: ‘Postwar Stage’ in the Japanese Machining Industry........... (189)

Takanobu KYOGOKU: Theoretical Problems in the Social Capital

Consolidation Policy............................................................................ (202)

Shun'ichi TAKAUCHI: On the ‘Crisis’ of Japanese Capitalism.......................... (210)

Yoshio KITAGAWA: On the Command of Capital over the Labor..................... (221)

Motoji BABA: On the Mechanism of the ‘Law of Value’.................................. (232)

Kazuyasu MIYATA: Logical Structure of the Part II of The Capital.................. (242)

Yoriaki FUJIMORI: Reduction Problem of the Complex Labor in Marx

and Hilferding....................................................................................... (252)

No.20 (September 1983, 303p.)

WORLDWIDE LONG DEPRESSION AND JAPANESE CAPITALISM

[Plenary Session: Worldwide Long Depression and Japanese Capitalism]

Chaired by Yoichiro HONMA, Yuichi OSHIMA, and Kiyoko IMURA

Yasuhiko YONEDA: Structure and Antagonism of the World System

of State Monopoly Capitalism: Japan and the World System........................... (7)

Yoshiharu KIKUMOTO: Crisis of the Modern Capitalism and

its Development: Japan under the Worldwide Long Depression..................... (25)

Makoto ITOH: Recent Worldwide Long Depression: Its Meaning

and Necessity......................................................................................... (42)

Comments by Tadao KAWAKAMI, Shojiro TOKUNAGA ,

and Masayuki TOKUSHIGE..................................................................... (60)

Discussion (77)

[Other Sessions]

Nobumitsu YAO: Position and Method of Marx’s Theory of Crisis:

Basing on Theories of Surplus Value........................................................ (108)

Hisao ARAI : Capital Accumulation and the Relative Surplus Population:

Methodological Consideration on the Formation and ‘Cumulative

Production’ of the Relative Surplus Population.......................................... (121)

Koichi SHIMAOKA; Pauperization Theory and Competition Theory................. (134)

Tokutaro SHIBATA: Collapse of the Reconstructed Gold Standard and

the Great Depression............................................................................. (144)

Akira HAYASHI: Features of the Structural Crisis of the Capitalism

in West Germany.................................................................................. (156)

Hiroto TSUKADA: US Economy in the 1930s and the Policy of

Economic Recovery.............................................................................. (169)

Soichiro ARIKI: Computer Industries in the USSR and China.......................... (181)

Takatoshi TSUKAMOTO: On Structural ‘Reform’ of the Economy

in China............................................................................................... (190)

Keiji IDE: Status Quo of the Polish Socialist Economy: From 1970s

to 1980s............................................................................................... (202)

Haruki MIWA: On the Method of the Commodity Theory in the Head

Chapter of The Capital.......................................................................... (216)

Kunitane UMEGAKI: Development from Money to Capital: ‘Historical

Development’ and ‘Logical/Actual Development’...................................... (227)

Tamio AKABORI: Market Price and Reproduction: An Aspect of the

‘Transformation Problem’...................................................................... (238)

Mikihiro ONISHI: Theory of the Entry-Blocking Price and the Reality

of the Oligopoly Industries..................................................................... (253)

Tetsuzo YAMAMOTO: Working Day and Factory Legislations......................... (267)

Kunio HARADA: Capital Accumulation and Investment Financing

in the War-time Industrialization Process.................................................. (279)

No. 21 (September 1984, 299p.)

A Centennial Issue After Marx’s Death

THE MODERN SIGNIFICANCE OF MARX’S CAPITAL

[Symposium: The Modern Significance of Marx’s Capital]

Chaired by Tadatoshi KAWANABE, Seiichi NAGASHIMA,

and Saiichi MIYAZAKI

Nobuo OKISHIO: Modern Capitalism and The Capital....................................... (7)

Kiyoko IMURA: Basic Contradictions of the Capitalism.................................... (23)

Hiroshi HIDAKA: Two Aspects of The Capital and the Moderns....................... (42)

Comments by Yaroku KOBAYASHI, Yuichi OSHIMA,

and Mitsuhiko TSURUTA........................................................................ (56)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (73)

[Other Sessions]

Fumikazu YOSHIDA: Theories of Surplus Value and Manuscript

on Machinery........................................................................................ (116)

Sadao OHNO and Hiroaki SATAKE: Theoretical Features of

Marx’s Citatenheft................................................................................ (128)

Teinosuke OTANI: Formation of the Theory of Interest-Bearing Capital............ (142)

Izumi OMURA: Capital in General and Competition: Focusing on the

3rd Chapter, ‘Capital and Profit’ of the Manuscript................................... (154)

Kinzaburo SATO: Formation of The Capital.................................................. (166)

Tomonaga TAIRAKO: Theory of Alienation and Reification............................. (174)

Shuichi KAKUTA: Means of Living and Ways of Living in Marx...................... (188)

Sumio SHIGETA: Definition of the Concept of Capitalism in Marx................... (200)

Fumio MORIYA: Marx’s Theory of Communities and Lenin............................ (212)

Yukihiko MAEHATA: Advances of the Means of Circulation and

Advances of Capital: From the Viewpoint of the Circulation

Process of Individual Capital.................................................................. (224)

Shigeru IIDA: ‘Monetary Features’ of the Essence of the Inflation:

Problem of the Transformation of Value Form.......................................... (239)

Fumitaka WAKAMORI: Methods of Income Forms: On the Final

Remarks of The Capital......................................................................... (251)

Hiroshi ABE: Classes and the State in the System of The Capital...................... (264)

Toshiaki HOSOI: On the Theory of the International Unequal Exchange

and its Criticism: Examining Emannuel’s Theory of Unequal Exchange........ (275)

No. 22 (July 1985, 303p.)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE ARMAMENT

AND DISARMAMENT

[Plenary Session: Political Economy of the Armament and Disarmament]

Chaired by Yoshikazu MIYAZAKI, Makoto ITOH, and Jun IKEGAMI

Takao KAMAKURA: Munitions Industries in Japan: Present

Situation and Moves................................................................................ (10)

Tomoyoshi SUMI: Budgetary Problems of Armament: In Relation

to its Political Economy........................................................................... (26)

Shigeto TSURU: Political Economy of Military Expenditures............................. (47)

Comments by Akio SAKAI, So KOMATSU, and Naoki TANAKA (62)

Replies and Discussion (82)

[Other Sessions]

Hirotaro YAMAMOTO: Problematik of the ‘Reification Theory’....................... (114)

Kiichiro HIRANO; Criticism of Political Economy from Structualism,

Semiotics, and Economic Antholopology................................................ (126)

Yoshihide OKABE: Problem of the Class Formation and the Division

of Labor: Centering on Shurtz, Ure, and Babbage...................................... (138)

Kazuo TOKUE: Business Cycles in the Pre-World War I Britain....................... (151)

Kiyoshi YAMAUCHI: Tasks and Methods of the Theory of Value Forms........... (168)

Yoichi KAWANAMI: ‘Moneyed Capital and Real Capital’ in the Theory

of Credit: In Relation to Preceding Theories............................................. (179)

Haruo KANEKO: Problems in the Theory of Service...................................... (192)

Hiroshi MAKINO: Postwar US Imperialism and Development of the

US’ World Economic Policy: From Bretton Wood to Marshall Plan............. (206)

CHONG Yon-So: On the Influence of the Militarization of the Economy

over Reproduction................................................................................. (219)

Motoyoshi IMAMURA: Armament and the Military Base-Dependent

Economy: Present Situation and Future Perspectives of the Military

Base-Dependent Economies in Okinawa................................................... (237)

Shozaburo SAKAI: Development and Tasks of Economic Reforms in China:

Problems of the Relaxing Autonomy of Manufacturing Enterprises............. (252)

Yuzo TANAKA: Alternatives to the ‘Profit Seeking’........................................ (265)

Sei FUJITA: Semi-eternal Survival of the Commodity Production

under Socialist Economies...................................................................... (277)

No. 23 (June 1986, 311p.)

OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF THE MODERN

MEGA CORPORATIONS

[Plenary Session: Ownership and Control of the Modern Mega Corporations]

Chaired by Satoshi NAGASAKA, Teinosuke OTANI,

and Mitsuhiko TSURUTA

Isamu KITAHARA: Ownership and Control by the ‘Corporation

itself’: Essence of the Management Control................................................. (7)

Kenji TOMINOMORI: Ownership and Control of the ‘Corporate

Capitalism’ and Problems of Classes......................................................... (27)

Kazuichi SAKAMOTO: Organization and Control of Modern Mega

Corporations.......................................................................................... (42)

Comments by Masaru USHIYAMA, Mizuho NAKAMURA,

and Kazuo SHIBAGAKI (68)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (87)

[Other Sessions]

Nobuo ISAGAI: Tasks of the Theory of Service............................................ (128)

Masao WATANABE: Reconsidering the Theory of Service............................... (136)

Tetsuya SANADA: Value Forms and Value Substance: Problem of

the Double ‘Round Ways’ = Intermediaries.............................................. (149)

Takashi MORIOKA: Production Price and the Distribution of

Surplus Value........................................................................................ (161)

Masaaki SHIMIZU: Crisis and the Credit System: Excess Credit in the

Late Phase of Prosperity and the Monetary-Credit Crisis............................ (176)

Noriko MAEHATA: On Contradictions between Production and

Consumption........................................................................................ (189)

Yoshihiro TAKASUGA: Advantageous Development of the First

Sector and Crisis................................................................................... (204)

Toru MATSUHASHI: ‘Profit Squeeze’ and Stagflation..................................... (214)

Tadashi SANAKA: Construction of the Theory of the State Capital:

Its Contents and Methods...................................................................... (229)

Takao KAMAKURA: Crisis of the Modern Capitalism and the State.................. (241)

Kazunari ABE: On the Move to ‘Service-Centered Economy’ of Japan.............. (254)

Kunio KAMIYAMA: Japanese Economy after 1970s and Stagflation................. (265)

Minoru SEKISHITA: Basic Features of the Trade Conflicts between

US and Japan........................................................................................ (280)

No. 24 (June 1987, 305p.)

THE PLACE OF JAPANESE CAPITALISM IN THE

INTERNATIONAL CONSTELLATION

[Plenary Session: The Place of Japanese Capitalism in the International Constellation]

Chaired by Naomichi HAYASHI, Ikuya FUKAMACHI, and Noriyuki HIRAI

Kazuo SHIBAGAKI: The Place of Japanese Capitalism in the International

Constellation: Its Historical Change and Future Perspectives.......................... (9)

Yoshiharu KITADA: Multinationalization of Japanese Corporations and

the Place of Japanese Industries in the International Constellation................. (26)

Sadao FUJIWARA: Japanese Capitalism in the Pacific Rim Area......................... (41)

Comments by Hideaki OUCHI , Hiroshi HORINAKA ,

and Yoshikazu MIYAZAKI........................................................................ (60)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (76)

[Other Sessions]

Kunitane UMEGAKI: Capitalist Ways of Production and the Human

Nature and Earth Nature: Rearranging Analysis in The Capital.................... (110)

Iwao ITO: Abstract Possibility and Objective Possibility of the

Enthroning of Gold: Round way of Value Representation and

Central Banking..................................................................................... (122)

Akira TAKAGI: Present Situation and Problems in the Theoretical

Study of Crisis: In Relation to Methodological Problems............................ (135)

Nobumitsu YAO: Scheme of the Extended Reproduction and its

Descriptive Methods: Examining the 8th Manuscript of the

Part II of The Capital............................................................................ (150)

Hiroyuki AKASHI: Analytical Method and Genetic Method in

The Capital: On the Understanding of the Contents, Substance,

and Form of Value................................................................................. (168)

Yutaka WADA: Reduction of the Heterogeneous Labor into the

Socially Average Labor........................................................................... (181)

Makoto ITOH: Value Controversies in Western Countries: Its History

and Significance.................................................................................... (193)

Yahiro UNNO: Methods and Perspectives of the Definition of Imperialism........ (205)

Tetsuzo YAMAMOTO: Ownership and Control of the Joint-Stock

Companies........................................................................................... (226)

Hirohide NODA: Growth of Finance Capital and Banking System..................... (238)

Masafumi NAKAMURA: Structure of Contemporary Productive Powers

and Technology Innovation: From the Aspect of Labor Study..................... (249)

Yasuhiko YONEDA: Significance of Information Society in Capitalism............. (261)

Jun IKEGAMI: Political Economy of the Information Society:

Focusing on Possessive Relations of Learning Capabilities......................... (272)

No. 25 (July 1988, 298p.)

IDEAL AND REALITY OF SOCIALIST ECONOMIES

[Plenary Session: Ideal and Reality of Socialist Economies]

Chaired by Tanenori SOEJIMA, Kinzaburo SATO, and Teinosuke OTANI

Kinzaburo SATO: On the Topic: Ideal and Reality of Socialist Economies............. (8)

Kiyoaki HIRATA: Problematics of the Socialism............................................... (17)

Hiroyuki OKADA: Real Socialism and Critical Development of the

Labor Theory of Value............................................................................. (33)

Yuzo TANAKA: Socialist Economies and Market: Diverging Point

of the Economic Reform in USSR............................................................ (49)

Comments by Sanehiko MAKI and Ichiro ONO............................................... (68)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (78)

[Other Sessions]

Shigeo SAITO: Theoretical System of Service............................................... (118)

Kunio AKABORI: Theory of Value and the Service Commodities...................... (131)

Fujio MIZUOKA: Spatial Formation of Capital and Construction

Environment: Theoretical approach towards a Marxian Economic

Geometry............................................................................................. (142)

Michio AKAMA: Formation of the Reproduction Scheme and

Entanglement with Theoretical Problems................................................ (155)

Susumu TAKENAGA: Basic Structure of the Theory of Value Forms............... (170)

Meiko MOORI: Theory of Money in the System of The Capital:

Focusing on the Measurement of Value.................................................... (182)

Hiroaki SATAKE: The Emergence of the Part 1 of The Capital,

Production Process of Capital, and the Transformation of the

Profit Theory........................................................................................ (194)

Tsuyoshi TSURU: Labor Reserve Army Effect in the Modern US

Labor Market: Focusing Changes from 1975 to 1985................................ (207)

Shinjiro HAGIWARA: Accumulation Crisis of Modern US Capitalism

and Its Economic Policies...................................................................... (220)

Atsushi FUJIOKA: US Capitalism and Armament: An Urging Research Task...... (232)

Shoken MAWATARI: Conclusions from the Theory of Stagflation.................... (244)

Hiroji BABA: Capitalism/Socialism/Kaishaism................................................. (255)

Minoru NAGASUNA: Problems relating to the Concept of the ‘Socialist

Economy of Japan’............................................................................... (267)



No.26 (July 1989, 335p.)

BASIC FEATURES OF THE WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS

[Plenary session: Basic Features of the World Economic Crisi

Chaired by Yoshio MIYAKE, Yasuo KATO, and Mitsuhiko TSURUTA

Hideaki OUCHI: Features of the World Economic Crisis:

Focusing US-Japan Relations................................................................... (12)

Minoru SEKISHITA: Instability of the Modern World Economy:

Centering on US-Japan Relations.............................................................. (30)

Ikuya FUKAMACHI: System and Function of the Excess Accumulation

of the Moneyed Capital............................................................................ (50)

Comments by Yoshihiro TAKASUGA and Yoshikazu MIYAZAKI (76)

Replies and Discussion (90)

[Other Sessions]

Ryozo SAKAI: Conflict Relationship between Wages and Profit....................... (132)

Kiyoshi NAGATANI: Commodinization of ‘Labor’, Land, and Money:

Marx, Polanyi, and Uno......................................................................... (144)

Sadao ISHIBASHI: Marx’s Theory of Circulation Cost................................... (155)

Kiyoshi SUGIYAMA: Conceptual Structure of Productive Labor in The

Capital: Nature and Position of the Storing and Transporting Labor............ (166)

Masaru KASAI: On the Concept of ‘Land Capital’: Share Papers

and Hypothec Papers............................................................................. (178)

Shigemasa SATO: Tasks of the Absolute Rent: From the Examination

of Marx’s ‘Tables of Differential Rent’ (1861–1863 Manuscript)................ (190)

Shunsuke MOROIZUMI: Simple Reproduction and Capital Accumulation:

Examining Chap. 21, Book 7, Vol.1 of The Capital.................................... (206)

Toshihiro YAMANAKA: Concept of Domination in the Theory

of Pauperization.................................................................................... (217)

Sadao OHNO: Theoretical Constitution of the ‘Transformation

from Value to Production Price’.............................................................. (227)

Yukio TAKEUCHI: Reconsideration of the Classical Theory of

Imperialism: Focusing on the ‘Commercial’ Imperialism in

the Late 19th Century Britain.................................................................. (238)

Hideo MATSUO: A Reflection on the Economic Theory of

Ownership and Management: A Behaviorist Approach................................ (253)

Yasuo INOUE: Political Economy of the Growth and Crisis:

Perspectives of the Regulation Approach.................................................. (265)

Kazuo KONISHI: Specularization of Economies and Present

Financial Instability: Focusing on Dollar Problem...................................... (276)

Ryoichi MOURI: Two Debt Crisis and the US-Japan Relations......................... (286)

Mitsugu YONEDA: Modern Japanese Capitalism and the

‘Over-financialization’........................................................................... (302)

No.27 (August 1990, p.268)

CONTEMPORARY SIGNIFICANCE OF

THE LABOR THEORY OF VALUE

[The 37th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

Contemporary Significance of the Labor Theory of Value]

Chaired by Makoto ITOH and Koji MORIOKA

Shigekatsu YAMAGUCHI: A Proposal for a Wider Concept of Value..................... (6)

Nobuo OKISHIO: The Main Propositions in the Labor Theory of Value

and the Issues of Our Age........................................................................ (17)

Comments by Saiichi MIYAZAKI and Yasuhiko YONEDA (34)

Replies and Discussion (39)

[Articles]

Yoshikazu SATO: ‘Automation’ and the Validity of Labor Theory of Value........... (53)

Yoshiharu KAMIYAMA: The Theoretical Place of Social Classes

in the Production Process of Capital.......................................................... (67)

Hiroshi YOSHIDA: So-called ‘Ruchti-Lomann Effect’ on Political Economy....... (83)

Masanobu NOMURA: The Competition of Capitals and the Theory of

Falling Rate of Profit............................................................................... (99)

Masahiko MATSUDA: Crisis and Credit System............................................. (115)

Hiroshi IZUMI: Estimation of Surplus Value Rate and Profit Rate

Using Labor Value................................................................................. (131)

Tadasu MATSUO: On Value, Price, and Profit............................................... (146)

[Survey]

Yasuhiko YONEDA: On the Character of Commodity and Content

of Value in the First Chapter of Capital.................................................... (162)

Yutaka WADA: On the Labor Values of Joint Products.................................... (181)

[On JSPE]

Tadao ISHIHARA: Founding Years of the Japan Society of Political Economy... (232)

Kazuo NONOMURA: From the 30 Years of JSPE’s History............................. (237)

(Editorial Committee:) JSPE’s Progress in its 30 Years.................................... (241)

No.28 (August 1991, p.294)

CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM

The 38th Annual Conference

[Special Lectures]

Nobuo SHIMOTOMAI: The Significance and Problems of Perestroika................ (5)

Haruki WADA: Perestroika and the History of Socialism................................... (22)

[Plenary Session: Capitalism and Socialism]

Chaired by Sumio SHIGETA and Akira MATSUBARA

Kiyoaki HIRATA: Socialism and Capitalism: Epistemology of their Crises

and Metamorphoses......................................................................................... (35)

Kazuo SHIBAGAKI: The Commoditisation of Labor-power and its ‘Aufheben’:

Welfare State, Japanese Style of Management and Socialism........................ (51)

Comments by Teinosuke OTANI and Sadayoshi OTSU.................................... (68)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (74)

[Articles]

Hiroshi OHNISHI: On Historical Qualities of Productivity................................. (85)

Kazuhito KAWAGUCHI: The Amount of Labor and Labor Theory of Value........ (100)

Tadasu MATSUO: On Value Productivity....................................................... (114)

Hiroshi YOSHIDA: Profit Rate and Circulation of Capital................................. (130)

Hiroyasu UEMURA: The Analytics of Macroeconomic Dynamics

in Régulation/SSA Theories.................................................................... (144)

Yasunobu KURIKI: An Inquiry on the Concept of Fordism.............................. (163)

Yasuhiro SHIBUI: Mass Production and Ford System..................................... (183)

Hiroshi OSADA: Re-examination in the Notions of

‘De-industrialization’ or ‘Tertiarization’.................................................... (200)

Katsuko NAGAO: From External to Internal Skilled Workers:

The Mitsubishi Nagasaki Shipyard in the Early Twentieth Century.............. (217)

[Special Lecture]

Alain LIPIETZ: From External to Internal Skilled Workers:

The Mitsubishi Nagasaki Shipyard in the Early Twentieth Century.............. (234)

Toshio YAMADA: The Régulation Theory and Marxist

Theory (A Comment)............................................................................ (237)

No.29 (September 1992, p.286)

MARKET AND PLANNING

[The 39th Annual Conference, Plenary Session: Market and Planning]

Chaired by Yoichiro HONMA, Akio FUJITA and Akira TAKAGI

Teinosuke OTANI: Capitalist Production and Commodity Circulation................... (6)

Keiji IDE: Market and Planning: Achievement of Socialism................................ (22)

Mitsuharu ITO: Market and Planning: Theory and Policy.................................. (38)

Comments by Yoshiharu KIKUMOTO and TANAKA........................................ (55)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (63)

[Articles]

Makoya KAGEYAMA: The Human Life and Political Economy.......................... (77)

Yoshihiro YAMAZAKI: Epistemology of the Theory of Value............................. (94)

Hiroaki SATAKE: On the Theories of Factory by Marx and Ford...................... (111)

Shigeru NITTA: The Wage Form of Commercial Labor.................................. (130)

Masato SATO: Profit-rate Differentials between Services and

Manufacturing Industries....................................................................... (147)

Isamu YAMAGUCHI: An Approach to the ‘Market and Planning’ Argument....... (163)

[Forum]

Hiroji BABA: 1989 and the Crisis of Marxian Economics................................. (180)

[Survey]

Shuhei MITSUCHI: Prospect and Retrospect of the Exploitation Theory........... (197)

Eiji YAMAMOTO: A Survey on the International Monetary Theories................. (216)

No.30 (October 1993, 307p.)

CONTEMPORARY CHARACTERISTICS OF JAPANESE CAPITALISM

[The 40th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

Contemporary Characteristics of Japanese Capitalism]

Chaired by Kazuo SHIBAGAKI and Yoshiharu KIKUMOTO

Makoto ITOH: The Historical Specificity of Contemporary Japanese Capitalism.... (6)

Koji MORIOKA: Japanese Capitalism and Karoshi: Death by Overwork

and Its Socioeconomic Background.......................................................... (22)

Comments by Satoshi NIHEI and Hiroyasu UEMURA...................................... (39)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (47)

[Articles]

Nobuo OKISHIO: Theorems on Bestowed Labor............................................. (59)

Jun IKEGAMI: Economic Analysis of Intrinsic Value........................................ (75)

Masashi MORIOKA: A Reconsideration of the Labor Theory of Value................ (91)

Yoshihiro YAMAZAKI: Value and Exploitation in Dynamic Processes................ (107)

Jun'ichi SEKINE: Shifts in Developmental Stages and Tendency of

Falling Rate of Profit............................................................................. (123)

Hiroyuki UNI: The Transformation of Consumption and the Organic

Composition of Production..................................................................... (139)

Ken'ichi MAMIYA: On the Service Economy................................................. (154)

Tadasu MATSUO: Re-examination in the Notion of the Two-Divided

Stages of Communist Society: in Connection with Marx’s View

of the Consumption............................................................................... (171)

[Special Articles: Availability of Marxian Economics]

Kiichiro YAGI: Marxian Economics seen as an Economics of Institutions.......... (189)

Syohken MAWATARI: Theoretical Validity of Marxian Economics.................... (209)

Masayuki YAMAGUCHI: Marxian Economics and Socialization of Labor.......... (229)

No. 31 (October 1994, 354p.)

CONVERSION OF THE POSTWAR WORLD SYSTEM

[The 41st Annual Conference, Plenary Session: Conversion of the Postwar

World System – Focussing on the Relationship among Advanced Countries]

Chaired by Tsuneo MORI and Noriyuki HIRAI

Takao SASAKI: Decline of Pax Americana and Japan: U.S. Trade Policy

Change in the 1980s.................................................................................. (6)

Akira ICHII: European Integration and ‘Regionalism’ after the ‘Cold War’.......... (20)

Comments by Toshio YAMADA and Hiroji BABA............................................. (36)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (43)

[Articles]

Sadao OHNO: Substitution of Labor by Means of Money................................. (53)

Kazuhito KAWAGUCHI: The Implications of the Surplus Condition.................... (70)

Tadasu MATSUO: On Aporie of Joint Production............................................. (83)

Akira TAKEMOTO: Class Struggle and One Cyclical Growth Model................ (100)

Naoki TONA: The Illusion for Company Centered System in Japan:

Critical Comments on Benjamin Coriat’s Writings...................................... (117)

Hironori DATE: Toyota Production System and CIM: Manufacturing

Technologies that respond to changes in market environments................... (133)

Tadashi SANAKA: Regulating for Competition in UK Telecommunications........ (151)

Michio TAKEUCHI: On the Theory of Socialism in Herren Eugen

Dührings Umwälzung der Wissenschaft (Anti-Dühring) by F.Engels............ (168)

Kazuhiko OKADA: Lenin’s NEP Theory: From Market to Planning................... (184)

[Survey]

Fumitaka WAKAMORI: The Theory of World-System and ‘Historical

Capitalism’........................................................................................... (201)

Hiromoto KITAMURA: On the Technology and Economy of

the Information..................................................................................... (222)

Masayoshi TATEBE: Urgent Subjects of Monetary and Financial

Theory for Elucidation........................................................................... (242)

No. 32 (October 1995, 248p.)

CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPRESSION IN THE 1990s

[The 42nd Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

Characteristics of Depression in the 1990s]

Chaired by Tadatoshi KAWANABE and Kenji TOMINOMORI

Yahiro UNNO: Depression in the 1990s and Economic Policy............................. (6)

Kazuo KONISHI: The Origin and Structure of Depression in the 1990s.............. (23)

Kiyoko IMURA: Basic Characteristics of Depression in the 1990s...................... (40)

Comments by Kiyotaka HIROTA and Yoichi KAWANAMI................................. (56)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (64)

[Articles]

Takeshi NAKATANI: Distribution of Surplus Value and Production Price............ (76)

Hiroyuki UNI: On Export-led Growth of Japan................................................ (90)

Tetsuya SANADA: Transfer of Group and Team Work into Germany............... (106)

Kiyoshi NAGATANI: Questions about Marx’s Labor Theory of Value

in the First Chapter of Capital vol.1........................................................ (123)

[Survey]

Iichiro SEKINE: A Survey of Studies on The Capital, Book III in Japan:

Centering on the Credit Theory............................................................... (138)

Hideo KOBAYASHI: The Economic Development of East Asia

and its Problems................................................................................... (158)

No.33 (October 1996, 342p.)

THEORIES AND METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS

OF THE CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM

ECONOMY AND SOCIETY FOR 50 YEARS OF POSTWAR JAPAN

[The 43rd Annual Conference, Plenary Session (1):

Theories and Methods for the Analysis of the Contemporary Capitalism]

Chaired by Katsumi SUGIURA and Akio FUJITA

Isamu KITAHARA: Reorganization of State Monopoly Capitalism

in Post Cold War Era................................................................................. (6)

Makoto ITOH: Backward Flow of Capitalist Development................................ (19)

Toshio YAMADA: From the Visual Angle by Regulation School.......................... (31)

Comments, Replies and Discussion................................................................ (43)

[Plenary Session (2):

Economy and Society for 50 years of Postwar Japan]

Chaired by Kazuo SHIBAGAKI and Yasuhiko YONEDA

Satoshi NIHEI: Crisis of Japanese Capitalism after Dissolution of

the Cold War System............................................................................... (62)

Nobuhiro UEHARA: Agricultural Problem in Contemporary Japan...................... (75)

Fusao SHIMOYAMA: Postwar Japanese Capitalism and Labor

Union Movement.................................................................................... (89)

Comments by Hideaki OUCHI and Akiharu INUZUKA (106)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................ (111)

[Articles]

Kazuto IIDA: The Relationistic Concept of Value and the Labor

Theory of Value.................................................................................... (129)

Osamu HIRAISHI: The Time of Turnover of Variable Capital and

the General Rate of Profit....................................................................... (146)

Masami SAITO: A Surplus-profit in Export and Transformation Problem.......... (163)

Haruo TAKEUCHI: The Function of Central Bank as a Lender of Last Resort.... (178)

Akira MATSUMOTO: On Two Factors of the Fluctuations of Foreign

Exchange Rate...................................................................................... (194)

Katsuko NAGAO: The Cost Accounting System of the Japanese

Machine-tool Industry during World War II.............................................. (211)

Kousei KOJIMA: Rethinking about ‘Kawakami Economic Theory’................... (228)

[Survey]

Ky-Won KIM: Recovery and Development of Marxian Economics in Korea...... (245)

Fumio ASHIDA: Trend of Economics in Recent Russia.................................. (261)

No.34 (October 1997, 326p.)

INDUSTRIALIZATION IN ASIA AND WORLD CAPITALISM

[The 44th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

Industrialization in Asia and World Capitalism]

Chaired by Akira ICHII and Toshio YAMADA

Yasuo INOUE: The Third International Division of Labor and East Asia................ (6)

Nobuyoshi NAKAGAWA: Industrialization in Asia and Asian Capitalism

in 21st Century....................................................................................... (21)

Comments by Hitoshi HIRAKAWA and Kiyokatsu NISHIGUCHI........................ (36)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (42)

[Articles]

Naoki NABESHIMA: Minsky Paradox: The Range of the Financial

Instability Hypothesis.............................................................................. (59)

Tadasu MATSUO: On Recent Debates Over Value Theory................................. (76)

Sadao ISHIBASHI: On Demonstration of the Law of Value............................... (95)

Kiyoshi NAGATANI: Critique of Value Theory of

Objectified (congealed) Labor................................................................. (111)

Yukio ARII: Foundation Problem of Modern Marxian Political Economy........... (127)

Makoto NISHIBE: External/Internal/General Commodification of

Labor-power: The Evolution of Capitalist Economies through

‘Internalization Market’.......................................................................... (143)

Masato SATO: Profitability Differentials between Industries:1960–94............... (165)

Tomoki TANIMURA: A Study on Recovery from Depression

and New Technique............................................................................... (186)

Hironori DATE: Technology Transfer and Inter-firm Division of

Labor in the Chinese Automobile Maker: The Case of Shanghai

Volkswagen Automotive Co. Ltd............................................................. (202)

[Survey]

Satoshi MATSUI: Social Theory of Analytical Marxism................................... (219)

Yasutoshi NOSHITA: Finance Theory of Post-Keynesians............................... (233)

No.35 (October 1998, 349p.)

FRONTIERS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY

[The 45th Annual Conference, Plenary Session: Frontiers of Political Economy]

Chaired by Koji MORIOKA and Kiichiro YAGI

Katsumi SUGIURA: A Conception of Market Society from

the Pluralistic Viewpoint............................................................................ (7)

Takahisa UEMURA: On ‘Critical’ Institutional Analysis..................................... (18)

Tokutaro SHIBATA: The Stage Theory of Capitalism and the

Evolution of Institutions........................................................................... (28)

Kinya INUGAI: Marx’s Political Economy as Emergent-Complex-System:

Towards the Method-System Refreshing and the Placing of

Market and Society................................................................................. (39)

Okinori KARATO: Market-Rationality and Plan-Rationality................................ (50)

Discussion.................................................................................................. (59)

[Articles]

Masami ASAKAWA: On Publicness of the Environment.................................... (75)

Kenichi MAMIYA: Social Security and Fiscal Policy under budget Deficits......... (91)

Osamu HIRAISHI: The Problem of the Editing of Part I and Part II

of Volume III of The Capital by Friedrich Engels: With Critical

Reference to the Theory of Professor Izumi Omura.................................. (109)

Sachio KATAGIRI: What Should be Focused about International money?.......... (125)

Satoshi FURUKAWA: System of Monopolistic Conducts and

Economic Performance......................................................................... (142)

Keizo HAYASAKA: From Crisis to Depression: A Theoretical Description.......... (158)

Kazuto IIDA: From the Commodity Money Theory to the Basic

Theory of Contemporary Money............................................................. (181)

Makoya KAGEYAMA: Social Welfare and Political Economy of Labor.............. (198)

Takuya SATO: Concept of ‘Dienst’ related to the Critique of Say’s Law........... (214)

[Special Articles]

Koji MORIOKA and Kumiko NAKANO: Deregulation of Labor

Market in U.S.A.................................................................................... (231)

Yoshiharu KIKUMOTO: Theory and Thought of Deregulation......................... (246)

Kazuo KONISHI: Japanese-style Financial Big Bang and the Current

Financial Crisis: The Significance of Marx’s Credit Theory in Our Time...... (257)

No.36 (October 1999, 290p.)

THE FINANCIAL CRISIS OF CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM

[The 46th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

The Financial Crisis of Contemporary Capitalism]

Chaired by Kenji IMAMIYA and Okinori KARATO

Yoichi KAWANAMI: Managed Currency System and the Structure of

Financial Crisis......................................................................................... (7)

Jiro KIMURA: Contemporary Financial Crisis and Financial Instability:

Comparing with the Great Depression Period............................................. (24)

Yoshiyuki YAMAGUCHI: The Financial Crisis and the Financial

Reformation: What they mean?................................................................. (40)

Comments by Kiyoko IMURA, Takeshi ITO and YOKOKAWA.......................... (56)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (65)

[Articles]

Masami SAITO: On Uniform Transformation of National Labor

to World Labor....................................................................................... (90)

Kazuo TODA: The Product Theory of Services: An Informatics Approach........ (106)

Toru ISHII: The Theory of Differential Rent.................................................. (123)

Masaaki SHIMIZU: The Appearance of ‘Bubble Economy’ and

Bank Behavior....................................................................................... (139)

Masaru KASAI: Marxist Debates on Corporate Governance in England............. (156)

Shogo SASAHARA: Economic Stagnation and Financial Crisis in Japan............ (173)

[Special Articles]

Mitsuharu ITO: The Financial Crisis of Contemporary Capitalism.................... (190)

Shinjiro HAGIWARA: Financial Instability and the Economic System:

The Global Transformation in the Structure of U.S. Capitalism................... (206)

Kiyokatsu NISHIGUCHI: The Asian Currency and Economic Crisis................. (223)

[Survey]

Sumi NAKAGAWA: Political Economy and Gender: Housework,

Value of Labor-Power, and ‘Family Wage’............................................... (242)

[Book Reviews and Replies]

Yasuhiro SHIBUI: Yukio WATANABE, Social Structures of the

Division of Labor in Japanese Machine Industries.................................... (262)

Masaki HANDA: Hiroshi NOGUCHI, Theoretical Inquiries

into the Informative Society................................................................... (269)

Shigeo SAITO: Haruo KANEKO, Studies in the Theory of Service................... (276)

No.37 (September 2000, 282p.)

THE CRISIS OF CAPITALISM IN THE 1990s

AND THE THEORY OF DEPRESSION

[The 47th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

The Crisis of Capitalism in the 90s and the Theory of Depression]

Chaired by Yoshiharu KIKUMOTO and Yuji OISHI

Yoshio KOMATSU: The Japanese Depression in 1997–98 and

‘New Capitalism’ Theory........................................................................... (7)

Isao SHIMOHIRAO: Basic Characteristic of Depression in the 1990s................. (23)

Kiyotaka HIROTA: The Structure of Accumulation in Contemporary

Capitalism and the Depression in the 1990s................................................ (40)

Comments by Mitsuru TAKAYAMA, Takeshi NAKATANI

and Iichiro SEKINE................................................................................ (58)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (67)

[Articles]

Tadanobu OKUYAMA: The Contemporary Significance of Gold Money.............. (83)

Masashi SHIMIZU: Commercial Capital and the Formation of

Securities Market.................................................................................... (99)

Kunio TAKEI: The Development of Capitalism and The Method

of Political Economy.............................................................................. (115)

Hideaki TANAKA: Bank Credit as an Organization of

the Capitalist Market.............................................................................. (131)

Keizo HAYASAKA: From Depression to Prosperity:

A Theoretical Description....................................................................... (147)

Ken'ichi MAMIYA: The Economic Growth in the Service Economy................. (162)

[Special Article]

Minoru SEKISHITA: Emerging Information Technology and Service

Trade in the United States...................................................................... (179)

Motoo HARUTA: Some Financial Aspects of the American Economy

in the 1990s.......................................................................................... (198)

Masaki HANDA: American Capitalism and the Emergence of the

Concept of Informatization..................................................................... (216)

[Survey]

Fumikazu YOSHIDA: Environmental Problems and Political Economy.............. (234)

[Book Reviews and Replies]

Sadao OHNO: Hideo MATSUO, Markets and Communities............................. (251)

Yasushi KURITA: Masaki FURUKAWA, Managed Capitalism and

the Great Depression of Heisei................................................................ (257)

Haruo TAKEUCHI: Atsushi SHIMIZU, Money and Economy........................... (263)

Kazumitsu MURAKAMI: Shigeru NITTA, Studies of the Stage Theory............. (269)

No.38 (September 2001, 282p.)

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GLOBALIZATION

[The 48th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

The Political Economy of Globalization]

Chaired by Kazuo SHIBAGAKI and Yasuhiko YONEDA

Masaru KANEKO: The Political Economy of Globalization.................................. (7)

Hiroshi NOGUCHI: The IT Revolution and the Global Capitalism....................... (17)

Atsushi FUJIOKA: What Is ‘Globalization’ , and How Should We

Cope With It?......................................................................................... (33)

Comments by Yahiro UNNO Yoshiharu SHIMIZU and Hiroji BABA.................... (49)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (58)

[Articles]

Masami ASAKAWA: On the Socialization of Rejection Disposal Cost:

With Mentioning the Home Electrical Appliance Recycling Law.................... (72)

Hiroaki HAYASHI: Socialist Economic System and the Way of Life.................... (88)

Kunio TAKEI: The Core Problems of the Stage Theory of Imperialism:

Centered on UNO-Theory...................................................................... (103)

Muneyuki NAKAMURA: Self-ownership and Marxian Exploitation................... (119)

Kosuke OKI: The Formation of Hoards and the Movement of Capital............... (135)

Yukio ARII: The Labor as the Principle of Epistemological Critique:

Toward the Rethinking 20th Century Marxism.......................................... (151)

Naoki NABESHIMA: An Agency-theoretical Approach to State,

Market and Power................................................................................. (167)

[Special Articles: The Marxian Political Economy in the 20th Century]

Iichiro SEKINE: Controversies on the Marx’s Theory of Value and

Price in the 20th Century....................................................................... (183)

Kouji DAIKOKU: Some Problems in the Theory of Money and Credit.............. (199)

Toru MATSUHASHI: The Evolution of Marxian Crisis Theory

in the 20th Century................................................................................ (215)

[Survey]

Takeshi NAKATANI: A Few Comments on Globalization:

Market Mechanism Reconsidered............................................................ (231)

[Book Reviews and Replies]

Hirofumi IMAHIGASHI: Kazuo SUZUKI, Reflection on the

Commodity of Labor Force.................................................................... (245)

Yuichiro NAKAGAWA: Takeji KAMATA, Market Economy

and Cooperative Thought....................................................................... (251)

Katsumi SUGIURA: Ryozo TOMIZUKA et al. eds., Crisis and

Industrial Cycles (System of The Capital, IX–1,2)..................................... (257)

Yukio ARII: Kiichiro YAGI et al. eds., The Theory of Civil Society Reviving...... (263)

Yoshin SUGAWARA: Hirofumi IMAHIGASHI, Studies in the

Principles of Political Economy............................................................. (269)

No.39 (September 2002, 274p.)

WHAT WAS THE ‘PROSPERITY’ OF THE U.S. ECONOMY

IN THE 1990s?

[The 49th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

What was the ‘Prosperity’ of the U.S. Economy in the 1990s?]

Chaired by Takeshi NAKATANI and Toshio MASUDA

Hideo OKAMOTO: Restructuring of the Welfare State System

in the United States................................................................................... (6)

Tetsuji KAWAMURA: The Characteristic Aspects and Structural

Problems of the Long-sustained U.S. Economic Boom in the

1990s: Transformation of the Postwar Pax Americana

Politico-economic Regime and the ‘New Economy’ Arguments.................... (22)

Shinjiro HAGIWARA: Financial Instability and the U.S. Economy...................... (39)

Comments by Tokutaro SHIBATA and Satoru NAKAMOTO............................. (54)

Replies and Discussion................................................................................. (60)

[Articles]

Masao ISHIKURA: Debt and Macroeconomic Instability................................... (73)

Toru SHIBATA: Market Growth and Change of Oligopoly Price......................... (89)

Kenshiro NINOMIYA: Financial Instability in a Keynes-Goodwin Model........... (103)

Tadasu MATSUO: On Recent Debates over Value and Reproduction................. (119)

Akihiro YOKOYAMA: The Establishment of the Economic Subject

in a Commodity Theory and the Concept of Commodity Producers............ (135)

[Special Articles]

Makoto ITOH: Japanese Capitalism in Confusion and the ‘Reform’ Policies...... (151)

Hiroyuki UNI: Causes of the Slow Rate of Economic Growth of Japan:

Comparative Analysis of Structural Change in Industry and Employment..... (167)

Hiromi TSURUTA: Fiscal Crisis and the Future of Welfare State in Japan.......... (183)

Ken'ichi HAGA: Financial Crises and Financial System ‘Reform’..................... (199)

[Book Reviews and Replies]

Shuichi KAKUTA: Teinosuke OTANI, Political Economy Illustrated:

What Society-System is Capitalism?......................................................... (215)

Takashi AOSAI: Fumio HATTORI and Kinzaburo SATO eds.,

The Emergence of the Theoretical System of The Capital........................... (221)

Naoki UMEZAWA: Setsuo FURIHATA and Makoto ITOH eds.,

Reconstruction of the Marxian Theory: How to Utilize the Uno Theory....... (225)

Nobuharu YOKOKAWA: Robert BOYER and Toshio YAMADA eds.,

Japanese Capitalism in Crisis: A Regulationis Interpretation...................... (229)

Ryoji ISHIZUKA: Tadasu MATSUO, Rehabilitation of the Modernity:

Modern Capitalism and Associations from the Marxian Viewpoint.............. (235)

Yoichi KAWANAMI: Koji DAIKOKU, Money and Credit:

Criticism of the Pure Capitalism............................................................. (241)

[Guest Article]

Gary A. DYMSKI: Post-Hegemonic U.S. Economic Hegemony:

Minskian and Kaleckian Dynamics in the Neoliberal Era (English)............... (247)

No.40 (September 2003, 323p.)

WHAT TO THINK ABOUT THE JAPANESE CAPITALISM

IN CONFUSION?

[The 50th Annual Conference, Plenary Session:

What to think about the Japanese Capitalism in Confusion?]

Coordinated by Makoto ITOH and Kazuo KONISHI

Kiyoko IMURA: The Contemporary Japanese Capitalism in Confusion................. (7)

Hiroyuki UNI: Comparative Analysis of the Economy after the Burst

of the Bubble in Japan, Sweden and Norway.............................................. (19)

Kazuo SHIBAGAKI: Shaky Business Confidence and Unstable

Future under Neo-Liberalist Policy in Japan............................................... (31)

Seiichi NAGASHIMA: The Crisis and Reform of Japanese Capitalism................ (42)

Comments, Replies and Discussion................................................................ (56)

[Guest Article]

Ronald P. DORE: What to think about the Japanese Economy in Confusion?....... (88)

[Articles]

Masao ISHIKURA: Market and Economic Power Revisited............................. (107)

Takashi OHNO: From Wage-led Employment Regime to Profit-led

Employment Regime: Extension of Kalecki Model..................................... (122)

Satoshi MATSUI: Natural Environment, Equality, and Self-Ownership.............. (136)

[Special Articles]

Hitoshi HIGUCHI: Globalization and the Nation-State: On the

Transformation from the Welfare State to the Competition State................. (153)

Fumitaka WAKAMORI: The Issue of State Theory for the 21st

Century and the Future of Nation States.................................................. (169)

[Book Reviews and Replies]

Satoshi MATSUI: Kouhei AOKI, Toward Communitarianism:

A Social Philosophy of the Family, Private Property and the State............. (185)

Kimitoshi MUKAI: Kazuo SUZUKI, Labor Process Theories............................ (191)

Toshio YAMADA: Seiichi NAGASHIMA, Postwar Japanese Capitalism............ (197)

Shiro TANAKA: Kenji HASHIMOTO, Japan as Class Society.......................... (203)

Masazumi ITO: Yasuo FUKUDA, Distribution of Wealth and Income

in Modern Japan: An Economic Analysis of the Poor Living Conditions..... (209)

Cumulative Index of The Bulletin of Japan Society of

Political Economy (in Japanese and English)............................................... (231)

Contributors in Alphabetical Order with Numbers of The Bulletin........................ (315)
      

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