The political economy of Stuart Holland: a Marxist Critique

  • David Levy

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)


This is a Marxist critique of social democratic analyses and strategies in an era of transition in the global political economy which is made through the examination of the ideas and prescriptions of an influential social democratic thinker, Stuart Holland. Holland develops his political economies and strategies in three phases: the national the 'European multilateral or international' and the 'European regional'. Each is criticised in turn from the standpoint of the theory of bloc imperialism.
Date of Award2008
Original languageEnglish

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