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eBook The Political Economy of Marx (2nd Edition) (Modern Economics) ePub

by M. E. Howard

  • ISBN: 0814734529
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: M. E. Howard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NYU Press; 2nd ed. edition (September 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1112 kb
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This book provides a comprehensive exposition and appraisal of Marx's political economy, beginning with .

This book provides a comprehensive exposition and appraisal of Marx's political economy, beginning with the philosophical and sociological foundations of his work and indication how his economic theory emerged from a critique of classical political economy. Serious flaws as well as important insights are revealed; nevertheless, it is argued that Marc's overall perspective provides a rational alternative to orthodox economic analysis.

This book provides a comprehensive exposition and appraisal of Marx's political economy, beginning with the .

Marxian economics, or the Marxian school of economics, is a heterodox school of economic thought. Marxian economics comprises several different theories and includes multiple schools of thought, which are sometimes opposed to each other, and in many cases Marxian analysis is used to complement or supplement other economic approaches.

Political economy is the branch of social science which studies the inter-relationships between political and economic processes. This academic discipline aims to explain the economic phenomena through governments' decisions both at domestic and international level. In 1987, Peter Groenewegen wrote that the term ?political economy,? first appeared in 17th century France, where Antoine de Montchretien (1575 to 1621) wrote Treatise on Political Economy.

Before Marx, political economy was an eclectic combination of separate . Part II: the dialectics of the modern marxist studies.

Before Marx, political economy was an eclectic combination of separate theories and concepts espoused by various philosophers. Marx was able to transform the field into a coherent science with a single systemic approach. CONTENTS Introduction.

The political economy of growth. Karl Marx’s ‘A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy’. The origin of the term ‘political economy’. Journal of Modern History 20: 230–231. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1973. Das Volk, No. 14, Berlin, August. The theory of political economy, 2nd edn. London: Macmillan; Preface in 4th edn, London, 1910. Principles of economics. In On the history and method of economics, ed. .

M C Howard, J E King. This book provides a comprehensive exposition and appraisal of Marx's political economy, beginning with the philosophical and sociological foundations of his work and indication how his economic theory emerged from a critique of classical political economy. The authors' position is one of critical sympathy.

He has taught economics in various Italian universities and, at present, is teaching at the University of Siena.

Though many conclusions reached by Screpanti and Zamagni are controversial, the book makes a stimulating read and provides a useful addition. He has taught economics in various Italian universities and, at present, is teaching at the University of Siena. He was a member of the Steering Committees of the EAEPE and the AISSEC.

The book is a modern and comprehensive exposition of public economics. The economy has a fixed number of regions, and there are a production sector and a public sector in a region. The production sector provides goods in perfectly competitive markets. The public sector, which is financed by the regional government’s tax incomes, supplies regional public goods.

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This book provides a comprehensive exposition and appraisal of Marx's political economy, beginning with the philosophical and sociological foundations of his work and indication how his economic theory emerged from a critique of classical political economy. The authors proceed to examine in detail the theory of exploitation, capitalist development and imperialism, and pay special attention to the analysis of Marx by later social and economic theorists, including an assessment of the modern relevance of his work.

The authors' position is one of critical sympathy. They share Marx's hostility to capitalism and his view of economics as a historical social science but, at the same time, they see his work as susceptible to error and in need of refinement. Serious flaws as well as important insights are revealed; nevertheless, it is argued that Marc's overall perspective provides a rational alternative to orthodox economic analysis. No prior knowledge of Marxism or of advanced economic theory is assumed, the book proceeds logically from first principles and mathematical analysis has been kept to a minimum.

The Political Economy of Marx will be a valuable book for anyone concerned with understanding Marxism as a political force, particularly students, teachers and researchers in political economy. the history of economic thought, political theory and sociology.