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China-Japan Political Economics International Forum (2017): The Okishio Theorem and Chinese Economy

On April 30th 2017, the China-Japan Political Economics International Forum on the Okishio Theorem and Chinese Economy was held at Jinchun Garden. The Seminar discussed “On the Frontier Theory of Political Economy” and “On the Application of Okishio Theorem and the Economy of China.” Speakers from Tsinghua University, China Academy of Social Sciences, Waseda University, Kobe University, Ritsumeikan University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Sichuan University and Fuzhou University made their presentation.

The attendees presented the following papers: “Okishio Theorem and Socialist Economics,” “Can Socialism Solve the Problem of Planned Economies? Lessons from the Radical Change of the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and China Program,” “Okishio Theorem and Neoclassical Economics Criticism,” “The Change of Marxist Rent Theory under the Background of Urbanization,” “China's Inequality in Income: Environment or Working Efforts?” “A Further Study on Okishio Theorem,” “A Development of Okishio Theorem: the Theory of International Value,” “The Consistency of the Okishio Theorem and the Decreasing Marginal Return of Marx's Profit Theory,” “the Accumulation of Aging Society and the Labor of Social Services,” and “Does the Okishio Theorem Really Refute the Law of Decreasing Return of Marginal Profit?”

The Seminar was organized by the Institute of Economics at Tsinghua University and the Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and co-organized by Post-Keynesian School of Economics, Waseda University. More than 30 people attended the meeting, where Liu Taoxiong, Secretary of Party Committee at the School of Social Sciences of Tsinghua University, Guo Guanqing, Director of "Das Capital" Research Office of the Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Fujimori Yoriaki, Consultant of the Post-Keynesian School of Economics, Waseda University spoke at the forum.