Marx in 1869: Notebook B113, The Economist and The Money Market Review
João Antonio de Paula,
Hugo da Gama Cerqueira (),
Alexandre Cunha (),
Carlos Suprinyak (),
Leonardo de Deus (),
Eduardo Albuquerque (),
Guilherme Habib Santos Curi and
Marco Túlio Vieira
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This paper presents Notebook B113, one of Marx’s unpublished manuscripts, and suggests its importance for highlighting the monetary and financial issues which Marx was investigating after 1867. A combination of deciphering an index prepared by Marx and reading the 1868 editions of The Economist and The Money Market Review may help to improve the understanding of Part Five, Volume III of Capital. A preliminary investigation of Marx’s references to the crisis of 1866 in Notebook B113, and the lack of references to this same crisis in Volume III of Capital supports the conjecture of this paper.
Keywords: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; MEGA (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B14 B31 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 30 pages
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