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Series: Collected Works of Maurice Dobb
Maurice Dobb was the foremost Marxian economist of his generation in Britain. He was noted for his contributions to value theory, the theory of economic planning and the analysis of Soviet economic development. This set will re-issue 7 of his most important works....
Published March 20th 2012 by Routledge