This book examines the main areas of interest in Marxian economics, paying particular attention to class conflict, analytical Marxism and game theory. Very few books can claim to cover the areas that this book does with such clarity, academic rigour and originality. Its study of game theory and Marxism makes it a particularly unique book that will interest a wider variety of economists and social scientists than would normally be the case.
Table of Contents
2. Methodology of Reduction
3. Marxism and the Foundations of Collective Action
4. Value, Price and Exploitation
5. Marxian Theories of Exploitation and Class
6. Class Conflict and Working Hours
7. Reduction, Rationality and the Rate of Profit
Bruce Philp is a lecturer in Economics at Nottingham Trent University. He is author of several articles on Marxism and game theory.