Although from the discipline of economics, this theory is highly relevant to the theoretical alternative needed to conduct Marxian
political economy in terms independent of the mainstream theory of competition, as well as the mainstream economic categories that many Left analysts uncritically use in the place of Marxian
But somewhere in the late 1970s or early 1980s, when I had just arrived in Marxist heaven, it seems to me (in retrospect) that Marxian
economics got stuck.
During these moments, Budge suggests that thinkers like Coleridge who hailed the "visionary intuitions" of individual geniuses as antidotes to the democratic "abstraction" of the revolutionary project prefigure the Marxian
insight that "bourgeois political economy has made material relationships become immaterial, or spectral" (88).
He wrote his first book Marxian
Economic Theory in 1973 followed by Applied Econometrics in 1976 and Marxian
Economics in 1979.
Armed rebels from the Middle East such as the PKK in Turkey-the Kurdish Workers Party- to Marxist-Leninist-Maoist parties and rebels in Nepal and India found inspiration in Marxian
As the world slowly emerges from a recession, contentions over the sources of decline and recovery are reigniting a debate among proponents of three disciplines of economics: neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian
As we will try to demonstrate, the mighty specter of Hegel was always behind Marxian
works, that is to say a perfect example of Aufhebung of Hegelian ascendency.
Capitalism was doomed--not by its failures, as in Marxian
analysis, but by its successes.
Sotiropoulos (economics, Kingston University), Milios (economics, University of Crete), and Lapatsioras (economics, University of Crete) employ international examples and use Marxian
concepts and arguments to discern the true nature of the modern neoliberal form of capitalism and the recent financial crisis.
Though (broadly socialist) "traditionalists" receive mostly sympathetic treatment at the hands of the author, the book's intellectual focus rests firmly on the latter terrain--and this separation is bound to feel a little cutting for anyone possessing more than a passing Marxian
His earliest publications were in the areas of labour economics (his book Labour Economics was published in 1972) and Marxian
economics (the first edition of The Political Economy of Marx, jointly authored by Michael Howard, was published in 1975).
Jeffrey Reiman, As Free and as Just as Possible: The Theory of Marxian
Liberalism (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)