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Đuro Medić orcid id ; Ekonomski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 163-182

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In this article, the author presents the content and principal ideas of Strpić’s
book on Karl Marx and the political economy of modernity, Karl Marx i
politička ekonomija Moderne. The author analyzes the book, its ideas and
its significance within the context of an evaluation of the status and trends in
political and economic thought in Croatia during a time of so-called transition,
i.e. the process of restoration of crony capitalism. He criticizes the neoliberal
school and its Economics, which has pushed aside and replaced Political
Economy in the instruction at many university social science departments.
The author considers Strpić’s book a major contribution to the reaffirmation
of Political Economy to its theoretical and scholarly status. He faults Strpić
for not including in his analysis the results of scholarly research conducted by
Croatian economists whose views complement his own. The current crisis of
the neoliberal school, its Economics and the economic crisis in Croatia may
serve as a means to reaffirm Political Economy, or rather to turn back from
Economics in favor of Political Economy in scholarship and in the education
of political scientists, legal scholars and economists. The author puts forth the
thesis on the need to separate Political Economy from ideocracy. In this context,
he advocates the reaffirmation of Political Economy as both a scientific
discipline and as a skill in the management of national economies.

Ključne riječi

political economy; political-economic cycles; economic crisis; Croatia; Economics; neoliberalism; ideocracy; transition; restoration; crony capitalism; Dag Strpić; Karl Marx

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