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Marxian Economics

Marxian Economics

J. E. King

Edited by J.E. King, Formerly Professor of Economics, School of Economics, La Trobe University, Australia

Three volume set 1990 1,384pp Hardback 978 1 85278 121 7

Hardback £380.00 on-line price £342.00

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Series: Schools of Thought in Economics series






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These three volumes offer an overview of Marxian political economy, with contributions by critics, supporters and those of a more neutral disposition. The first volume illustrates the breadth of Marx’s concern with history, politics and society, while the second and third volumes focus more closely on the labour theory of value and the analysis of exploitation, and on Marxian approaches to crisis and economic development.

Contents
83 articles, dating from 1935 to 1988 Contributors include: A. Carling, J.E. Elliott, G. Haberler, D. McLellan, C.C. Ryan, J.A. Schumpeter, H. Sherman, T.H. Weisskopf

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These three volumes offer an overview of Marxian political economy, with contributions by critics, supporters and those of a more neutral disposition. The first volume illustrates the breadth of Marx’s concern with history, politics and society, while the second and third volumes focus more closely on the labour theory of value and the analysis of exploitation, and on Marxian approaches to crisis and economic development.



 
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