Multilateral Agreement on Investment

Authors

  • Joseph K. Roberts

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-050-05-1998-09_3

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

As we know, Marx did not develop an analysis of economic imperialism as it emerged after 1885, but he identified tendencies within nineteenth-century capital, which we recognize today as causes. We think of capital concentration and centralization, the externalization of markets and the falling tendency of the rate of profit as examples that would be gathered by his successors into a more complete twentieth-century theory of imperialism.

Published

1998-10-03

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