Karl Marx (1818-1883)

Edward Elgar (1991)
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Abstract

Whether or not we reject the Marxist schema there is little doubt that Marx was a great economist. The three volumes of Capital, contain some pieces of remarkable economic analysis from which modern economists can still learn; however difficult he is to read, there are moments when, like Ricardo and Walras, he can revel in the abstract power of economic reasoning.

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