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Most Marxists don't like to admit or acknowledge that central is much more inefficient compared to the capitalist system. Whether they like to acknowledge it or not, it is certainly true. Kornai does an excellent job explaining the reasons why it's more inefficient in this book and uses a lot of empirical evidence too. The Marxists who do acknowledge that central planning is inefficient try to circumvent it by advocating for central planning with computers. Paul Cockbutt goes into detail about it in Towards a New Socialism.

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