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Imperialism and world economy

Author: Nikolaĭ Bukharin
Publisher: New York : Monthly Review Press, 1973, ©1929.
Series: Modern reader paperbacks.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Modern Reader pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Bukharin's 1919 anticipation of the growth of the internationalization of capital.

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Bukharin, Nikolaĭ Ivanovich, 1888-1938.
Imperialism and world economy.
New York, Monthly Review Press [1973, c1929]
(OCoLC)756430491
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolaĭ Bukharin
ISBN: 0853452903 9780853452904
OCLC Number: 632131
Notes: Translation of Mirovoe khozi︠a︡ĭstvo i imperializm.
Description: 173 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Part I. World economy and the process of internationalisation of capital --
1. World economy defined --
2. Growth of world economy --
3. Organisation forms of world economy --
Part II. World economy and the process of nationalisation of capital --
4. The inner structure of "national economies" and the tariff policy --
5. World sales markets and changed sales conditions --
6. World market for raw materials, and change in the conditions of purchasing materials --
7. World movement of capital, and change in the economic forms of international connections --
8. World economy and the "national" state --
Part III. Imperialism as the reproduction of capitalist competition on a larger scale --
9. Imperialism as an historic category --
10. Reproduction of the processes of concentration and centralisation of capital on a world scale --
11. Means of competitive struggle, and state power --
Part IV. The future of imperialism and world economy --
12. "Necessity" of imperialism, and "ultra-imperialism" --
13. War and economic evolution --
14. World economy and socialism --
15. Conclusion.
Series Title: Modern reader paperbacks.
Other Titles: Mirovoe khozi︠a︡ĭstvo i imperializm.
Responsibility: by Nikolai Bukharin ; with an introduction by V.I. Lenin.
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