Correspondence, writings and audio
recordings of Paul A. Baran.
Paul Alexander Baran was a professor of economics at Stanford from 1949 until his death of
a heart attack in 1964. His most important works were The Political
Economy of Growth (1957), and Monopoly Capital
(1965), co-authored with Paul M. Sweezy. Paul Baran was an expert in comparative economic
systems (capitalism and socialism), and considered himself a Marxist.
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