By Rakesh V. Vohra
This concise textbook offers scholars with all they want for advancing in mathematical economics. distinctive but student-friendly, Vohra's booklet contains chapters in, among others: * Feasibility * Convex Sets * Linear and Non-linear Programming* Lattices and Supermodularity. larger point undergraduates in addition to postgraduate scholars in mathematical economics will locate this ebook super precious of their improvement as economists.
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But to suppose, as Marxists do, that Marx succeeded in stating the general laws of the world, of man and his history and ways, is today just ludicrous. ) For one of the big selling points of Marxism has been that it is the "only scientific doctrine" of society, and this has undoubtedly been a powerful emotional stimulant to its adherents. This power is tested particularly when an ideology, in reasonably equal combat, comes up against a rival. The only branch of the Marxist ideology which still retains considerable attractive power is the Stalinist variant of Leninism, but Stalinism is no longer genuinely socialist.
This the facts have proved, and theory, if theory is to make the slightest pretense to representing the facts, will have to adjust itself accordingly. If we still believe that socialism is possible, we will have to believe it on other grounds than those which were felt in the past to be sufficient. According to Marx himself, the inherent development of capitalist society as it tended toward centralization and monopoly was such that there would take place the "proletarianization" of the overwhelming bulk of the population; that is, almost everyone would become workers.
First, that the net result in terms of alterations of the structure of society was to benefit, above all, the bourgeoisie, as against all other sections of society, and to leave the bourgeoisie ever more securely the ruling class in society. Second, the bulk of the actual fighters were not themselves capitalists. Presumably, at least where it was not a matter of direct compulsion, most of those who fought believed that they did so for ends which were beneficial to themselves; but, at least so far as economic and social benefit went, this turned out, for the nonbourgeois bulk of the fighters, either not to be the case at all or at least far secondary to the benefit resulting to the capitalists.
Advanced mathematical economics by Rakesh V. Vohra