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VOLUME 66, NUMBER 1, SPRING 2002

Editorial Perspectives: Future Visions

SPECIAL ISSUE:

Building Socialism Theoretically:
Alternatives to Capitalism and the
Invisible Hand

Guest Editor: Pat Devine

Introduction Pat Devine

In Defense of Participatory Economics
Michael Albert and Robin Hahnel
Comment David M. Kotz
Comment John O'Neill
Reply Robin Hahnel and Michael Albert

Democratic Planned Socialism: Feasible Economic Procedures
Al Campbell
Comment Allin Cottrell and Paul Cockshott
Comment Pat Devine
Reply Al Campbell

The Relation Between Economic and Political Instances
in the Communist Mode of Production
Paul Cockshott and Allin Cottrell
Comment Pat Devine
Comment David Laibman
Reply Allin Cottrell and Paul Cockshott

Participatory Planning Through Negotiated Coordination
Pat Devine
Comment David Laibman
Comment John O'Neill
Reply Pat Devine

Socialism and Innovation
David M. Kotz
Comment Allin Cottrell and Paul Cockshott
Comment Robin Hahnel and Michael Albert
Reply David M. Kotz

Democratic Coordination: Towards a Working Socialism
for the New Century
David Laibman
Comment Al Campbell
Comment David M. Kotz
Reply David Laibman

Socialist Calculation and Environmental Valuation:
Money, Markets and Ecology
John O'Neill
Comment Al Campbell
Comment Robin Hahnel and Michael Albert
Reply John O'Neill


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