A short history of socialist economic thought / Gerd Hardach and Dieter Karras, in association with Ben Fine ; translated by James Wickham.
Contributor(s): Karras, Dieter [author] | Fine, Ben [author] | Wickham, James [translator].Material type: TextPublisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1979Description: xv, 101 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0312721463.; 0312721471.Uniform titles: Sozialistische Wirtschaftstheorie. English Subject(s): Marxian economics -- HistoryDDC classification: 335.4/09 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -95) and indexes.
1. The critique of capitalism and perspectives of socialist society before Marx -- 2. Karl Marx's critique of bourgeois economics -- 3. Theories of capitalism up to the October Revolution -- 4. Theories of capitalism from the October Revolution to the present day -- 5. Recent developments in Marxist economic theory.
"This book is an introduction to socialist economic thought, largely but not exclusively to Marxist economic thought. The importance of economics for socialist thinkers pre-dates Marx: as Hardach and Karras make clear, the early socialists too considered that the key to understanding society lay in its economic basis." -- From the translator's introduction.
Donation from Karl and Elizabeth Niebyl.
Translation from the German (Sozialistische Wirtschaftstheorie).