An Essay on Marxian Economics.London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1942 Stock Code: 136427
First edition, first impression. This study on Marx and his thought was the culmination of Robinson's increasing interest in Marxian economics throughout the 1930s; she compares the economic analysis of Marx's Capital with the then-current academic teaching on economics. Marxian thought influenced Robinson for the rest of her career. With the ownership stamp to the front free endpaper of the economist S. Herbert Frankel (1903-1996), Professor in the Economics of Underdeveloped Countries at Oxford University from 1946 until 1971.
Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With dust jacket.
Bookseller's ticket to front pastedown, loosely inserted old catalogue description. General light toning, otherwise a fine copy, in the very good jacket, with spine panel darkened and a little rubbed, light chipping at extremities, shelf label to spine panel.
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