Marxian economics—an update

Posted: 14 May 2021 in Uncategorized

This is just to let readers know I’ve finished the full draft of my book, “Marxian Economics: An Introduction.”

The last post on the book was the draft of the final section of Chapter 3, “Toward a Critique of Political Economy,” which I published last December. It includes links to all the previous sections available on this blog.

I’ve pasted below the table of contents of the book as it stands right now. According to the folks at Polity Press, the book should be published sometime in 2022.

OK, time to get back to the revisions. . .

Comments
  1. Jonathan Hoskins says:

    David thanks for the update. When will it hit the bookstores?

    Mark

  2. feng-jung Shih says:

    Congratulations, Professor! (I’ve always learned a lot from your (and Prof. Mirowski’s) works).

  3. keesmargedmarges says:

    But where is the new Marx for the next hundred years.

    • David F. Ruccio says:

      They are out there—many young thinkers and activists—developing new ruthless criticisms of everything existing. . .

  4. Walrasianism, Keynesianism, Marxianism, Austrianism, MMT, are mutually contradictory, axiomatically false, and materially/formally inconsistent. Economic policy guidance NEVER has had sound scientific foundations. To this day, it is brain-dead political agenda-pushing.

    Dear idiots, Marx got profit and exploitation wrong
    http://axecorg.blogspot.com/2019/02/dear-idiots-marx-got-profit-and.html

    Egmont Kakarot-Handtke

  5. Antonio Callari says:

    Such an appetizing table of contents!! Can’t wait to see it out there!

  6. Magpie says:

    Glad to hear back from you, Prof. and that the book is almost there!

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