The theory of capitalist development: principles of Marxian political economy

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Modern Reader Paperbacks, 1968 - Business & Economics - 398 pages
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Since its first publication in 1942, this book has become the classic analytical study of Marxist economics. Written by an economist who was a master of modern academic theory as well as Marxist literature, it has been recognized as the ideal textbook in its subject. Comprehensive, lucid, authoritative, it has not been challenged or even approached by any later study.

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User Review  - Peter Harrison - Goodreads

A book of two halves. The first three parts are a textbook outline of basic Marxist economic theory, covering value, accumulation, and crises. This is my second reading, and in the intervening time I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Daniel - Goodreads

Some parts of this book are obviously extremely dated, but it's surprising how much of it (especially the chapter on fascism, in light of recent developments) remains relevant today. All told, probably the best summary of Marxian economics in less than 4000 pages. Read full review


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