Table of contents for Marxian theory and the third world / edited by Diptendra Banerjee.
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PART ONE: SOME THEORETICAL PROBLEMS
In Search of a Theory of Pre-capitalist Modes of Production - Diptendra Banerjee
Marx and Non-European Development - Terrell Carver
Marx's Anthropology and the Problems of Evolutionism - Cyril Levitt
Marxism and Anthropology - John Clammer
Reflections and Questions
Marx's Theory of Modes of Production - Miomir Jaksic
Problems of Colonialism and Underdevelopment
The Articulation of Modes and Forms of Production - Harold Wolpe
PART TWO: THE ASIATIC MODE OF PRODUCTION AND ALLIED PROBLEMS
Marx's Concept of the Asiatic Mode of Production - Heinz Lubasz
A Genetic Analysis
Marx and the 'Original' Form of India's Village Community - Diptendra Banerjee
Marx on Pre-colonial India - Harbans Mukhia
PART THREE: MARXIAN THEORY AND THIRD WORLD REALITIES
The Continuing Importance of Marx's Approach to Economic Development from One Mode of Production to Another - Bruce McFarlane
Marxian Categories and Colombian Realities - Orlando Fals-Borda
Class and State in Pakistan - Hamza Alavi
Industrialisation in the Non-European World - Tom Kemp
On the Political Economy of Socialism - Ben Fine
Theoretical Considerations with Reference to Non-European and European Experience
Explanation, Generalisation and Marxist Theory vis-a-vis Third World Development - Peter T Manicas
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Communism -- Developing countries.
Developing countries -- Economic policy.