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Dr. G.A.T.M. (Gerardus) Reuten

Faculty of Economics and Business
Sectie Macro & International Economics

Visiting address
  • Roetersstraat 11
Postal address
  • Postbus 15867
    1001 NJ Amsterdam
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  • Publications

    2015

    • Reuten, G. (2015). De verdeling van de belastingdruk over huishoudens, 2006-2015. Tijdschrift voor Openbare Financiën, 47(3), 114-130. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2015). Hoe progressief is de verdeling van de belastingdruk op het bruto-inkomen van huishoudens? TPEdigitaal, 9(3), 73-96. [details]

    2014

    • Reuten, G. (2014). An outline of the systematic-dialectical method: scientific and political significance. In F. Moseley, & T. Smith (Eds.), Marx’s Capital and Hegel's Logic: a reexamination (pp. 243-268). (Historical materialism book series; Vol. 64). Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004270022_012 [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2014). Marx’ macro-economie avant la lettre. TPEdigitaal, 8(3), 97-114. [details]

    2013

    • Thomas, P. D., & Reuten, G. (2013). Crisis and the rate of profit in Marx’s Laboratory. In R. Bellofiore, G. Starosta, & P. D. Thomas (Eds.), In Marx’s laboratory: critical interpretations of the Grundrisse (pp. 311-328). (Historical materialism book series; Vol. 48). Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004252592_016 [details]

    2011

    2009

    • Reuten, G. (2009). Marx's general rate of profit transformation: methodological and theoretical obstacles: an appraisal based on the 1864-65 manuscript of Das Kapital III. In R. Bellofiore, & R. Fineschi (Eds.), Re-reading Marx: new perspectives after the critical edition (pp. 211-230). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [details]

    2005

    2004

    • Reuten, G. (2004). "Zirkel vicieux" or Trend Fall? The Course of the Profit Rate in Marx's Capital III. History of political economy, 36(1), 163-186. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2004). Productive force and the degree of intensity of labour: Marx's concepts and formalizations in the middle part of Capital I. In R. Bellofiore, & N. Taylor (Eds.), The Constitution of Capital: Essays on Volume I of Marx’s Capital (pp. 117-145). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403938640_5 [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2004). The inner mechanism of the accumulation of capital: the acceleration triple - A methodological appraisal of Part Seven of Marx's Capital I. In R. Bellofiore, & N. Taylor (Eds.), The Constitution of Capital: Essays on Volume I of Marx’s Capital (pp. 274-298). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403938640_10 [details]

    2003

    • Reuten, G. (2003). Karl Marx: his work and the major changes in its interpretation. In W. Samuels, J. Biddle, & J. Davis (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to the History of Economic Thought (pp. 148-166). Oxford: Blackwell. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2003). On 'Becoming Necessary' in an Organic Systematic Dialectic: the case of creeping inflation. In R. Albritton, & J. Simoulidis (Eds.), New Dialectics and Political Economy (pp. 42-59). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [details]

    2002

    • Reuten, G. (2002). Bussiness Cycles: Marxian Approach. In B. Snowdon, & H. Vane (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics (pp. 73-80). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2002). Marx's Capital III, the Culmination of Capital. In M. Campbell, & G. Reuten (Eds.), The Culmination of Capital: Essays on Volume III of Marx's Capital (pp. 1-15). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2002). Marxian Macroeconomics: an overview. In B. Snowdon, & H. Vane (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics (pp. 464-469). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2002). Marxian Macroeconomics: some key relationships. In B. Snowdon, & H. Vane (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics (pp. 569-580). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2002). The rate of profit cycle and the opposition between Managerial and Finance Capital: a discussion of Capital III, parts Three to Five. In M. Campbell, & G. Reuten (Eds.), The Culmination of Capital: Essays on Volume III of Marx's Capital (pp. 174-211). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [details]

    2001

    • Reuten, G. (2001). Disproportionality. In R. J. Barry Jones (Ed.), Encyclopedia of International Political Economy (pp. 358-359). London / New York: Routledge. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (2001). The logic of accumulation. In R. J. Barry Jones (Ed.), Encyclopedia of International Political Economy (pp. 3-5). London / New York: Routledge. [details]

    2000

    1999

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1999). Knife-edged caricature modelling: the case of Marx's Reproduction Schema. In M. Morrison, & M. S. Morgan (Eds.), Models as Mediators - Perspectives on Natural and Social Science (pp. 196-240). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1999). The Source versus Measure Obstacle in Value Theory. Rivista di politica economica, 89(4-5), 87-115. [details]

    1998

    • Reuten, G. (1998). Dialectical method. In W. Hands, J. Davis, & U. Mäki (Eds.), The Handbook of Economic Methodology (pp. 103-107). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (1998). Het kapitalisme in de jaren '70: retrospectief op een perspectief. In B. van Riel, L. van Eerden, S. Stoop, & C. van Diek (Eds.), Het Kapitalisme sinds de jaren '70 (pp. 21-35). Tilburg: Tilburg University Press. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (1998). Marx's method. In W. Hands, J. Davis, & U. Mäki (Eds.), The Handbook of Economic Methodology (pp. 283-287). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (1998). The status of Marx's reproduction schemes: conventional or dialectical logic? In C. Arthur, & G. Reuten (Eds.), The Circulation of Capital: Essays on Volume II of Marx's Capital (pp. 187-229). London: MacMillan Press. [details]
    • Reuten, G. (1998). Werk, werk, werk? Ruim baan voor financiers! Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 21(1), 111-124. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1998). Destructive creativity: institutional arrangements of banking and the logic of capitalist technical change in the perspective of Marx's 1894 Law of Profit. In R. Bellofiore (Ed.), Marxian economics : a reappraisal : essays on volume III of Capital. - Vol. 2: Profits, prices and dynamics (pp. 177-193). Basingstoke: Macmillan. [details]
    • Reuten, G., & Arthur, C. (1998). Marx's Capital II, The Circulation of Capital: General Introduction. In C. Arthur, & G. Reuten (Eds.), The Circulation of Capital: Essays on Volume II of Marx's Capital (pp. 1-16). London: MacMillan Press. [details]

    1997

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1997). The notion of tendency in Marx's 1894 Law of Profit. In M. Campbell, & F. Moseley (Eds.), New Investigations of Marx's Method (pp. 150-175). Atlantic Highlands (NJ): Humanities Press. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1997). What about falsifiability? Further notes on a revision of the neoclassical economic methodology. Journal of Economic Methodology, 4(2), 297-302. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M., & Williams, M. (1997). The contradictory imperatives of welfare and economic policy in the mixed economy. Review of Political Economy, 9(4), 411-431. [details]

    1996

    • Reuten, G. (1996). A revision of the neoclassical economics methodology; appraising Hausman's Mill-twist, Robins-gist and Popper-whist. Journal of Economic Methodology, 3(1), 39-67. [details]

    2011

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2011). Marx's general rate of profit transformation: methodological, theoretical and philological obstacles. In R. Bellofiore, & R. Fineschi (Eds.), Chong du Makesi: li shi kao zheng ban zhi hou de xin shi ye = Re-reading Marx Beijing: Dong fang chu ban she.
    • Reuten, G., & Thomas, P. (2011). ’Voiton suhdeluvun lasku’ Grundrissesta Pääomaan: perustava muutos Marxin tavassa hahmottaa kapitalistista tuotantotapaa. In J. Koivisto, & V. Oittinen (Eds.), MEGA-Marx: johdatus uuteen Marxiin (pp. 137-166). Tampere: Vastapaino. [details]

    2009

    • Reuten, G. (2009). Il difficile lavoro di una teoria del valore sociale: metafore e dialettica sistematica all’inizio del Capitale di Marx. In R. Bellofiore, & R. Fineschi (Eds.), Marx in questione: Il dibattito «aperto» dell’International Symposium on Marxian Theory (pp. 25-58). (La foresta e gli alberi; No. 18). Napoli: La Città del Sole. [details]

    2008

    • Reuten, G. (2008). Marx, de analyticus van het kapitalisme. In S. van der Velden (Ed.), 125 jaar Marx: denken over zijn betekenis voor de 21e eeuw (pp. 46-51). Amsterdam: Aksant. [details]

    2005

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2005). El trabajo dificil de una teoria del valor social: metaforas y dialectica sistematica al principio de 'El Capital' de Marx. In M. L. Robles Baez (Ed.), Dialectica y Capital; Elementos para una reconstruccion de la critica de la economia politica (pp. 31-58)
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2005). Una transustanziazione si aggira ...; L'ideale sostanza introversa e l'ideale forma estroversa del valore. In M. Musto (Ed.), Sulle tracce di un fantasma; L'opera di Karl Marx tra filologia e filosofia (pp. 225-237). Rome: Manifestolibri.

    2001

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2001). 'Zirkel vicieux' or trend fall?; the course of the profot rate in Marx's 'Capital III'. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 2. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2001). On 'Becoming Necessary' in an Organic Systematic Dialectic; the case of creeping inflation. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 3. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2001). The Sublimation of Capital; two essays on Volume Three of Marx's 'Capital'. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 1, 55. [details]

    2000

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2000). Capital's Sublimation: interest and labour expulsion an essay on Marx's "Capital III". Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 00-9. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2000). The interconnection of Systematic Dialectics and Historical Materialism. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 00-6. [details]

    1998

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1998). The source versus measure obstacle in value theory. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 98-1. [details]

    1997

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (1997). Knife edge caricature modelling: the case of Marx's Reproduction Schema. Research Memoranda in History and Methodology of Economics - UvA-FEE, 97/4, 1-48. [details]

    1995

    • Reuten, G. (1995). Conceptual collapses: a note on value-form theory. Review of Radical Political Economy, 27(3), 104-110. [details]

    2006

    • Reuten, G. (2006). Aan de vooravond van internationale belastingconcurrentie? Nederlandse belastingen 1970-2004 in internationaal perspectief. Spanning, 8(10), 6-8. [details]

    1998

    • Reuten, G. (1998). De harmonie van het kapitaal. In G. Reuten, K. Vendrik, & R. Went (Eds.), De Prijs van de EURO: de gevaren van de Europese monetaire unie (pp. 152-168, 204-206). Amsterdam: Van Gennep. [details]
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M., Vendrik, K., & Went, R. C. P. M. (1998). We zijn pas bij het voorgerecht. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 83(4153), 420-421. [details]

    2006

    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2006). Marx's rate of profit transformation: methodological, theoretical and philological obstacles; an appraisal based on the text of Capital III and manuscripts of 1864-65, 1875 and 1878. Amsterdam: Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde.
    • Reuten, G. A. T. M. (2006). On the quantitative homology between circulating capital and capital value; the problem of Marx's and the Marxian notion of 'variable capital'. Amsterdam: Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde.

    1996

    • Reuten, G. (1996). A Revision of the Neoclassical Economics Methodology: appraising Hausman's Mill-twist, Robbins' gist and Popper whist. (TI discussion paper; No. 96-71/8). Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute. [details]
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