Theory of Capital Development

Theory of Capital Development
Author : Paul M. Sweezy
Publisher : NYU Press
Total Pages : 398
Release : 1964
ISBN 10 : 9780853450795
ISBN 13 : 085345079X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Theory of Capital Development Book Description:

Since its first publication in 1942, this book has become the classic analytical study of Marxist economics. Written by an economist who is 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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