Brief Biography

Paul Cockshott is a computer scientist and Marxist political economist. In computing, he has worked on parallelism, 3D imaging, the limits of computability, video encoding, electronic voting and various special purposes computer designs. In political economy, he works on value theory, socialist planning theory and the econophysics models of production and money. His most recent books are Computation and its Limits, and Classical Econophysics. He is now an honourary research fellow at the University of Glasgow, having retired from teaching.

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