author={Yves L{\'e}onard},
  journal={International Review of Social History},
  pages={357 - 384}
  • Yves Léonard
  • Published 21 July 2011
  • Economics
  • International Review of Social History
This dissertation (Freie Universität Berlin, 2008) deals with the growth and diversification of interpretations of Marx’s work, as well as of critical theory based on Marxian critical political economy that has emerged since the 1960s. Dr Hoff aims to offer a comprehensive review of this recent reception and influence of Marx’s work in different parts of the world, focusing on how the theoretical and institutional development of Marxism studies has evolved across national and language barriers… 

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