Economía marxista para el Siglo XXI

Archivo para noviembre, 2020

ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November About this Event 10.00 am (UK time) Michael Roberts: Engels – the first critique of political economy Engels was the first Marxist before Marx and was first to develop of critique of contemporary […]

ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

The US economy – some facts — Michael Roberts Blog

As we await the result of the US presidential election, here are some facts about the US economy within a world context. Share of world GDP In 1980, it looked like this: The US had more than twice of the share of global GDP than Japan, and more than Japan, Germany and France combined.  China’s […]

The US economy – some facts — Michael Roberts Blog

‘Once Again on the Alleged Differences between Engels and Marx’ by Stavros Mavroudeas, International Critical Thought — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

This year is the anniversary of the 200 years since Friedrich Engels’ birth. The recent issue of journal International Critical Thought celebrates this occasion by publishing a collection of articles analysing Engels’ theoretical and political contribution to Marxism. I have contributed to this special issue with a paper defending Engels against a host of detractors. […]

‘Once Again on the Alleged Differences between Engels and Marx’ by Stavros Mavroudeas, International Critical Thought — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

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