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Review of Political Economy

Review of Political Economy
Alleppey Coir Workers during Inter-War Period T M Thomas Isaac The formation of the working class cannot be considered complete till workers become aware of the social relationship which defines...
Marx, 'Marxism' and Revolutionary Theory Gail Omvedt "Late Marx and the Russian Road: Marx and the Peripheries of Capitalism'; edited by Teodor Shanin; Routledge and Kegan Paul, London,
Asok Sen Marx warned against a straightforward application of his conclusions in "Capital" to experiences outside western Europe. Marx's method of understanding historical development is tied to...
Krishna Bharadwaj In his " Unequal Exchange'', Arghiri Emmanuel raises the question of economic inequalities among nations, their persistence, and their accentuation. Emmanuel's thesis runs counter...
Productive Capital in Agriculture A Theoretical Approach Ajit K Chowdhury Kalyan K Sanyal The agrarian economies of many Third World countries do not fit in with the dual economy models espoused by...
Ranjit Sau The latest international division of labour has set in motion a worldwide relocation of industries providing fillip to industrialisation in certain parts of the globe hitherto untouched...
January 28, 1984 'What can we do? We can do much! We can inject the voice of reason into world affairs. We can mobilise all the spiritual, all the moral, all the political strength of Asia and...
and Peasants War Suranjan Chatterjee The defeat of Siraj-ud-danlah in the battle of Plassey in 1757 led East India Company to interest itself in the polities of Bengal and enhance its mercantile...
After a period of relatively good performance in the fifties and early sixties, the textile industry entered a phase of 'crisis' in the mid-sixties characterised by a deceleration in the growth of...
of India Crystallisation of Attitudes Udayon Misra This article forms the introductory part of a broader study which deals with British attitudes towards India of the first half of the nineteenth...
in Bangladesh A R Khan The importance of real wages as an indicator of income distribution and poverty in Bangladesh derives from two facts: (a) wages are a high proportion of income of the poorer...
Neo-Colonialism and International Finance Sunanda Sen International finance capital has been the crucial force behind the functioning and development of the world capitalist system since the last...
Industrialisation in LDCs Deepak Nayyar The international relocation of manufacturing production has, it would seem, contributed to the rapid growth of manufactured exports and industrialisation in...
Theory of Imperialism Amiya Kumar Bagchi Lenin's has been the most authoritative of all the theories put foruxird so fur to explain the phenomenon of imperialism. For the same reason, it has been...
Review of Political Economy July 1983 the author's paper, "Financial Oligarchy under Contemporary Capitalism' presented at a seminar on "Lenin and Theories of Imperialism'' in New Delhi in September...

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