The Decline of Capitalism
Author(s) : Eugen Varga ,
Region : South Asia | Language : English | Product Binding : Hardbound | Page No. : 152 | Year : 2012
ISBN : 9789350021828
INR : 295.00
The object of this work is to give, in a very small space, a sketch of the most important facts and tendencies within capitalism in decline, in the last few years, since stabilisation.
Eugen Varga was a Marxist economist of Hungarian origin. He started writing in socialist and academic journals, mainly on economic subjects, but also on other topics. A large number of his writings were studies of the international economic conjuncture, in which he made great effort to assess quantitative trends in output, investment and employment using official economic data from numerous countries. He also extensively studied German imperialism.
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