In your introductory lecture to Great Economists, you say that you will offer a course on Marxian economics. Is that still your plan?
I believe that a course on Marxian economics would be a natural addition to the Great Economists course. It would allow us to understand how the Theory of Value evolved from Smith and Ricardo to Marx.
It would also be interesting to see how Marxism and the Marginal Utility theorists view the world differently.
And finally, we could look at later theorists like Joseph Schumpeter and David Harvey.
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Thanks Meg. I do hope that you eventually develop a course on this topic as a follow-on from the videos in the link that you have provided.
Thanks for your question! We don't currently have a Marxian economics course in the production pipeline, but one of our other older courses (Economic History of the Soviet Union) touches on some Marxian topics. Here's a link to the section on Labor Theory of Value: http://www.mruniversity.com/courses/economic-history-soviet-union/introduction-labor-theory-value