A History of Marxian Economics: v. 1 1883-1929 (Radical Economics)
By: M.C. Howard (author), J. E. King (author)Paperback
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This book covers the history and development of Marxian economics from Marx's death in 1883 until 1929. Analysis begins with Engel's development of Marxism and early controversies in the theory of value. Following chapters deal with the work of leading Marxist economists in the Second International concentrating upon the work of German and Russian theorists and it concludes with a reveiw fo intellectual developments in political economy during the 1920s. The second volume covers the period 1929 to the present.
Introduction - PART 1 THE GERMAN CONTRIBUTION 1883-1914 - Friedrich Engels and the Marxian Legacy, 1883-1895 - Engels and the 'Prize Essay Competition' in the Theory of Value - First Debates in Value Theory, 1895-1914 - Bernstein, Kautsky and the Revisionist Controversy - Finance Capitalism and Imperialism: Karl Kautsky and Rudolf Hilferding - Capital Accumulation, Imperialism and War: Rosa Luxemburg and Otto Bauer - PART 2 THE RUSSIAN CONTRIBUTION TO 1917 - The Inheritance of Russian Marxism - The Political Economy of Plekhanov - Populism and Orthodox Marxism in the 1890s - Russian Revisionism - Lenin's Political Economy, 1905-1914 - Trotsky on Uneven and Combined Development - Imperialism and War: Bukharin and Lenin - PART 3 SOCIAL DEMOCRACY AND COMMUNISM 1917-1929 - The Revival of Revisionism - Communist Economics in the 1920s - Henryk Grossman and the Breakdown of Capitalism - Conclusion: Marxian Economics in 1929
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