On Marxist economics and contemporary Western comparative study of mainstream economics - and Fan Discussion with Comrade


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In this paper, Comrade Fan Gang, "the three of modern economic theory, the comparison with the integrated system," a book made ​​by a "marked differences for the sake of compensation" method, in the analysis of the theoretical system of two one-sided and "one-sided science" of based on new theoretical synthesis - a new synthesis of Marxism, to create a new system of economic theory, the idea for discussion. What we need is not made ​​out a new comprehensive Marxist, but a new development of Marxism, namely, to uphold and develop Marxism, economics, combined with our world and the real economy, there is differential absorption of the rational elements of contemporary Western economics, development Marxist economics, the establishment of the development of a new system of Marxist economics
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