On economic theory and socialism. Collected papers.

London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1956.

8vo, pp. viii, 293, [1] blank; a fine copy in the original publisher’s cloth, spine lettered gilt, with the dustjacket, split along the upper hinge, with small losses to the spine ends and to two corners.

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First edition, second impression. This work includes Dobb’s critique of ‘market socialism’ as developed by Oscar Lange and Abba Lerner, which first appeared in the Economic Journal, (1933).

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