Introduction to the Sraffa Archive

Sraffa’s archival material, consisting of over 30,000 pages of content, is housed at the Wren Library, Trinity College, University of Cambridge. It is arranged according to the Wren Trinity convention under the following ‘macro’ conceptual structure of sections: A. Personal and Family Papers B. Academic Career C. Correspondence D. Notes, Lectures, and Publications E. Diaries […]

Open email to Sraffa Scholars and others interested worldwide announcing Digital Sraffa Online Project

Email below sent on August 29, 2016 announcing the Digital Sraffa project: Dear Sraffa Scholars and others interested worldwide, This email is bcc’d to over 230 Sraffa scholars and others interested in the archival legacy of the Italian Cambridge Economist Piero Sraffa. Please free free to forward this to anyone, as well as post on various […]

Sraffa’s archival material is a gift to the science of economics

Perhaps what makes me the consummate Heretic has to do with my opinion that Sraffa’s archival papers belong to the science of economics, and anyone who wishes to read them should have the right to do so in their entirety. This above all motivates my efforts now and in future work. As of this writing there are three projects […]

Course: ECON 3243 – Comparative Heterodox Theories of Value, Price, Distribution, and Growth

This semester I will be teaching an undergraduate course in the Economics Department at The University of Tulsa called ‘ECON 3243: Comparative Heterodox Theories of Value, Price, Distribution, and Growth’.  We put this course on the books and in our curriculum to provide our majors and other interested students with the theoretical traditions in heterodox […]

Welcome to Heretical Sraffa

Welcome to my blog, Heretical Sraffa: Furtive Thoughts on Economics and Economic Theory.  Just a bit about myself.  My name is Scott Carter and I received the PhD in Economics from The New School for Social Research after having studied there in the 1990s and early 2000’s.  My current position is Associate Professor of Economics […]