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Marxian economics refers to economic theories on the functioning of capitalism based on the works of Karl Marx. Adherents of Marxian economics, particularly in academia, distinguish it from Marxism as a political ideology and sociological theory, arguing that Marx's approach to understanding the economy is intellectually independent of his advocacy of revolutionary socialism or his support of proletarian revolution.
- Capitalist mode of production
- List of Marxian economists
- Capital accumulation
- Surplus product
- Surplus labour
- Labour power
- Law of value
- Unequal exchange
- Value product
- Productive and unproductive labour
- Unproductive labour in economic theory
- Socialist economics
- The Accumulation of Capital
- Material product
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