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Nationality  Japanese
Name  Makoto Itoh
Field  Marxian economics
Role  Economist
Influenced by  Kozo Uno
Influences  Kozo Uno

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Born  April 20, 1936 (age 79) (1936-04-20) Tokyo, Japan
Books  Political economy of money an, Value and Crisis: Essays o, The world economic crisis and, The Japanese Economy, The Basic Theory of Capitalism
Similar People  Kozo Uno, Geoffrey Hodgson, Costas Lapavitsas

School or tradition  Marxian economics

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Makoto Itoh (伊藤 誠, Itō Makoto, born April 20, 1936) is a Japanese economist and is considered internationally to be one of the most important scholars of Marx's theory of value. He teaches at Kokugakuin University, Tokyo, and is professor emeritus of the University of Tokyo.

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He belongs to the school of economic thought founded by Kozo Uno and is one of the few Japanese Marxian economists who has published widely in English-language journals such as Science & Society, Monthly Review, Capital & Class, New Left Review and Ampo. He has published 24 books, of which 6 are in English, and 5 are translated and published in Chinese.

Books in English

  • Value and Crisis (1980).
  • The Basic Theory of Capitalism (1987)
  • The world economic crisis and Japanese capitalism (1990)
  • Political Economy for Socialism (1995)
  • with Costas Lapavitsas, Political economy of money and finance (1999)
  • The Japanese Economy Reconsidered (2000)
  • Articles in English

  • Itoh, Makoto: "Money and credit in socialist economies: A reconsideration," Capital & Class, issue no. 60 (Autumn 1996). (retrieved from bnet 12-04-2010).
  • Itoh, Makoto: "Skilled Labour in Value Theory" Capital & Class, issue no. 11 (Spring 1987) no. 1 pp. 39–58
  • References

    Makoto Itoh Wikipedia


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