Full text: Brief von Alessandro Roncaglia an Josef Steindl

future; 9) Page 13, lines 14-18: why computation of r must require the 
’’goods actually received by capitalists"? In Sraffa's analysis it certainly 
does not. (In fact, Sraffa does not imply anything on the way in which 
capitalists use their profits); 10) Page 14; line 12-14. Technical progress 
(admittedly of a less important kind) might involve a reduction of some 
Because of this, the R-measure must be considered an approximate one. 
(In fact, I think that this is the reason why Sraffa himself did not point 
out this use of R). 
It will be very interesting to see the reactions of some of 
our Trieste friends to your paper. They might not find it "orthodox"... 
I heard from Jan Kregel, and he was very happy of your visit 
to Groningen. He has always been a tit more pessimist than necessary about 
Trieste; I still hope that something of that kind will be organised, if 
not this summer - because of the Sraffa Conference - the next one. 
In this period I am rather oppressed by stupid bureaucratic 
duties; but I look forward to next summer. 
With kind regards, 
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