Subject: financial institutions | public finance | H | redistribution | financial crisis | distribution | class
In various writings Karl Marx made references to an ‘aristocracy of finance’ in Western Europe and the United States that dominated ownership of the public debt. Drawing on original research, this article offers the first comprehensive analysis of public debt ownership ... View more
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