Marxian Economics in the Contemporary World: Discussions with Chinese, Polish and Russian Economists
We now proceed to the contemporary significance of clarifying the fallacies inherent in Marxian economics and Marxism in general. I acutely feel this need through my direct contact with Marxist economists and politicians and through their writings both in and outside the communist countries.
KeywordsReal Wage Consumer Good Technical Progress Heavy Industry Contemporary World
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