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Marxist Economics

Level 1: Fundamental Concepts

Introduction to Marxist Economics - Alan Woods and Rob Sewell

An Introduction to Marx's Labor Theory of Value - Mick Brooks (And Part Two)

 

Level 2: Introduction to Prevalent Modern Economic Developments

Bourgeois Strategists Continue to be Haunted by Marx - Rob Sewell

1929: Can it Happen Again? - Mick Brooks

Stiglitz Blows the Gaff - Mick Brooks

What's Happening to the Working Class? - Mick Brooks

 

Level 3: Classical Elaborations on Basic Principles

Wage Labor and Capital - Karl Marx

Value, Price, and Profit - Karl Marx

 

Level 4: In-Depth Analyses of Prevalent Economic Developments

The First Tremors of the World Economy - Ted Grant

The Class Struggle and the Economic Cycle - Alan Woods and Ted Grant

 

Level 5: Marxist Analyses of Economic Processes and Theories in Recent History

The Capitalist Curve of Development - Leon Trotsky

Will There Be a Slump? - Ted Grant

 

Level 6: Contemporary Elaborations on Advanced Principles

Rate of Profit and Capitalist Crisis - Mick Brooks

Marxism and the Theory of "Long Waves" - Alan Woods

 

Level 7: The Debate Over the Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall

The Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall and Postwar Capitalism - Mick Brooks

AG's Critique of the Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall And A Reply to AG by MB

 

Level 8: Classical Elaborations on Advanced Principles

A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy - Karl Marx

Theories of Surplus Value - Karl Marx

 

Level 9: Prepatory Reading for Capital

Synopsis of Marx's Capital, Vol. I - Frederick Engels

 

Level 10: The "Big One"

Capital - Volumes One, Two, and Three - Karl Marx

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