ROSA LUXEMBURG AND THE CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
Rosa Luxemburg and the Critique of Political Economy
Edited by Riccardo Bellofiore
This book analyzes the important contributions of Rosa Luxemburg to economic theory as well as devoting some space to her background as a left social-democratic politician and her personality.
The book’s main focus of attention is the theory of capitalist development and the theory of the crash, but its connection with the theory of value, the theory of the monetary circuit, the theory of distribution and the theory of international finance are also explored.
The contributors to the volume come from different theoretical perspectives, both from within and outside the Marxian tradition – Post-Keynesians, Kaleckians and Circuitists are all included.
Table of Contents
Rosa Luxemburg and the Critique of Political Economy, edited by Riccardo Bellofiore, Routledge Studies in the History of Economics, Routledge: Thirteen papers discuss Rosa Luxemburg’s contribution to Marxian critical political economy.
Rosa Luxemburg’s on capitalist dynamics, distribution and effective demand crises (Riccardo Bellofiore);
Luxemburg’s critique of Karl Marx’s schemes of reproduction–a re-evaluation and a possible generalization (Meghnad Desai and Roberto Veneziani);
Where does the money and demand come from?–Rosa Luxemburg and the Marxian reproduction schema (Andrew B. Trigg);
The monetary circuit of capital in the Anti-Critique (Riccardo Bellofiore);
Late Marx and Luxemburg–opening a development within political economy (Paul Zarembka);
Rosa Luxemburg and finance (Jan Toporowski);
Economics, politics, and crisis theory–Luxemburg, Bukharin, and Grossmann on the limits of capital (Paul Mattick);
Luxemburg’s and Kalecki’s theories and visions of capitalist dynamics (Tadeusz Kowalik);
Imperialism today (Joseph Halevi);
Rosa Luxemburg on imperialism–some issues of substance and method (Roberto Veneziani);
Rosa Luxemburg’s The Accumulation of Capital: East and West (He Ping);
A very political political economist– Rosa Luxemburg’s theory of wages (Michael R. Kraetke);
Rosa Luxemburg on trade unions and the party–the polemics with Kautsky and Lenin—an assessment (Andrea Panaccione); and
Luxemburg–the woman, the revolutionary (Edoarda Masi).
Riccardo Bellofiore is Professor of Political Economy at the University of Bergamo and Research Associate with the Centre for the History and Methodology of Economics at the University of Amsterdam.
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