Howard – King. A History of Marxian Economics.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989   1990-1999

Michael Howard – John King. A History of Marxian Economics.

Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press – Londres: Macmillan, 1989-1992.

2 volúmenes, 350+440 páginas.

CONTENTS

VOLUME I: 1883-1929

Introduction

Part I

THE GERMAN CONTRIBUTION, 1883-1914

1 – Friedrich Engcls and the Marxian Legacy, 1883-95

2 – Engels and the ‘Prize Essay Competition’ in the Theory of Value

3 – First Debates in Value Theory, 1895-1914

4 – Bernstein, Kautsky and the Revisionist Controversy

5 – Finance Capitalism and Imperialism: Karl Kautsky and Rudolf Hilferding

6 – Capital Accumulation, Imperialism and War: Rosa Luxemburg and Otto Bauer

Part II

THE RUSSIAN CONTRIBUTION TO 1917

7 – The Inheritance of Russian Marxism

8 – The Political Economy of Plekhanov

9 – Populism and Orthodox Marxism in the 1890s

10 – Russian Revisionism

11 – Lenin’s Political Economy, 1905-14

12 – Trotsky on Uneven and Combined Development

13 – Imperialism and War: Bukharin and Lenin on Monopoly Capitalism, 1914-17

Part III

SOCIAL DEMOCRACY AND COMMUNISM, 1917-29

14 – The Revival of Revisionism

15 – The Transition to Socialism: Communist Economics, 1917-29

16 – Henryk Grossmann and the Breakdown of Capitalism

Conclusion

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VOLUME II: 1929-1990

Introduction

Part I

THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND STALINISM

1 – Marxian Economists and the Great Depression

2 – The Political Economy of Stalin

3 – The Soviet Mode of Production

Part II

THE LONG BOOM

4 – ‘Has Capitalism Changed?’

5 – Marx and Keynes

6 – Monopoly Capital

7 – The Falling Rate of Profit

8 – The Permanent Arms Economy

Part III

NEW THEORIES OF IMPERIALISM

9 – Capitalism and Underdevelopment

10 – Unequal Exchange

11 – Critics of Underdevelopment

Part IV

VALUE AND EXPLOITATION

12 – Value Theory Before Sraffa

13 – Sraffa and the Critique of Marxian Theory

14 – Marxian Value Theory After Sraffa

15 – Marxian Political Economy and Surplus Economies

Part V

CURRENT CONTROVERSIES

16 – The ‘Second Slump’: Theories of Crisis After 1973

17 – Rational Choice Marxism

18 – The Political Economy of Socialism

Conclusion

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