Capitalism Versus Anti-capitalism: The Triumph of Ricardian Over Marxian Political Economy

1st Edition

Paul Fabra

Routledge
Published April 30, 1993
Reference - 345 Pages
ISBN 9781560006442 - CAT# Y347792

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Summary

Fabra's central thesis is that economics will not get out of the blind alley in which it has led itself--and everyone else--until it undertakes an epi-stemological inquiry into the sources of its biases. This book is concerned then with the most general structural problems that confront the economist. Covering every major theme of modern economics: from the "labor market" to the "gold standard," Fabra aims to show that the classical theories of Ricardo prevail over the more recent doctrines of both Marx and Keynes. He turns every major premise of economics on its head--starting with the reality of money and ending with the abolition of wage labor as a triumph of capitalism and market forces.

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