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The New Economics (Theory and Practice): 1922-1928
Evgeny A. Preobrazhensky was Russia’s foremost economist in the 1920s. This volume editorially reconstructs his theory of socialist industrialisation in an agrarian country and relates it to previous socialist theories and to issues of political struggle, culture and communist morality. The editors create a unique portrait of Preobrazhensky as an economist and social theorist, assess the viability of NEP as a model of economic growth, and identify the fault lines that contributed to the split in the Trotskyist Opposition and its defeat in the struggle against Stalin. The bulk of the work consists of the important An Attempt to Provide a Theoretical Analysis of the Soviet Economy, while the material in Volume III focuses on concrete analysis.
Evgeny A. Preobrazhensky was Russia’s foremost economist in the 1920s. This volume editorially reconstructs his theory of socialist industrialisation in an agrarian country and relates it to previous socialist theories and to issues of political struggle, culture and communist morality. The bulk of the work consists of Preobrazhensky’s Concrete Analysis of the Soviet Economy, which supplements his theoretical inquiry published in Volume II. A number of appendices present Preobrazhensky’s analysis of the NEP and his correspondence with Trotsky alongside extensive contributions by the volume’s editors and translators.
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009
In: The Falling Rate of Profit and the Great Recession of 2007-2009