Dobb on the transition from feudalism to capitalism

Brenner, Robert
June 1978
Cambridge Journal of Economics;Jun78, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p121
Academic Journal
Examines Maurice Dobb's idea on the transition from feudalism to capitalism in Europe. Details on the Marxist concept of the mode of production; Distinctive pattern of economic evolution; Indicators of feudal crisis.


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