Marxist Writers: Isaak Illich Rubin
Isaak Illich Rubin
June 12, 1886 - November 25, 1937
Born in Russia in 1886, I. I. Rubin was an activist, economics professor and then a researcher at the Marx-Engels Institute. In 1930 he was arrested, imprisoned, exiled and then disappeared. (For his sister's account of this, see B.I. Rubina's essay in R. A. Medvedev Let History Judge, translated from the Russian by Colleen Taylor, New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1972.) Rubin also authored four books. The English titles are: History of Economic Thought; Contemporary Economics in the West; Classics of Political Economy from the Seventeenth to the Mid-Nineteenth Century; and Essays on Marx's Theory of Value. Summarized from "About the Author" in TOV.
A History of Economic Thought, Conclusion: A Brief Review of the Course, 1929.
Ricardo's Doctrine of Capital, 1936-7.
For articles not translated to English see also the German language I.I. Rubin archive.
Archive maintained by Rob Lucas.