The role of computerisation in planned economiesBlog . Computing . Political Economy . Socialism . Technology . Video
Paul Cockshott discussing the role of computerization in planned economies. Based on a talk he gave at a conference in Quito. He explains how improvements in computer technology have improved the possibilities of planned economies. He has a look at wages, taxes, value, and pricing under socialism. Bringing his ideas of political economy and algorithmic complexity and how to achieve economic and direct democracy. With O&A afterward.
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