Marxism has collapsed but it remains to be seen whether resurgent capitalism will avoid the pitfalls that gave rise to socialism in the twentieth century. Capital For Profit, originally published in France under the title L'ANTICAPITALISME, makes available to English-speaking readers an incisive reconsideration of classical economics and the nature of capitalism at a crucial moment in political economics. Paul Fabra, economist and columnist for Le Monde, draws upon a lifetime of reflection on several of the classical economists to establish the continuing relevance of Ricardian ideas to the modern capitalist economy and expose the errors of both Marxian and neoclassical conceptions of the economic system. Fabra has set out to rethink the basic dynamics of economic activity, to make sense of the economic realities he sees around him today, and to question the great economists again in the light of new experiences.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Weight: 671 g
Dimensions: 234 x 158 x 30 mm
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