Varga Yevgeny Samuilovich (Varga Jeno, 1879-1964) was a Soviet economist, a well-known scientist in the field of the political economy of capitalism and the world economy. From the first years of the Communist International's existence, he was one of its active figures. He met and corresponded with Lenin, and was a delegate to the 4th, 5th, and 6th Congresses of the Comintern. He earned the respect of Stalin when he first predicted the onset of the world economic crisis of 1929-1933 (when most analysts were confident in the stabilization of capitalism), and then — its end (when the Comintern was dominated by the view of the imminent collapse of the capitalism system).

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