The theory of capitalist development: principles of Marxian political economy
Since its first publication in 1942, this book has become the classic analytical study of Marxist economics. Written by an economist who was a master of modern academic theory as well as Marxist literature, it has been recognized as the ideal textbook in its subject. Comprehensive, lucid, authoritative, it has not been challenged or even approached by any later study.
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Marxs Method i i
The QualitativeValue Problem
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abstract analysis assume assumption becomes breakdown capi capital export capitalist class capitalist development capitalist production capitalist society Chapter colonial competition composition of capital constant capital consumers consumption contradictions crises crisis demand depression domination duction effect equal exchange existence expansion factor falling tendency fascism Finanzkapital follows forces foreign growth hence Hilferding Ibid imperialism imperialist important income increase industry interests investment Kapitals Kautsky labor power law of value Lenin Marx Marx's Marxian Marxist means of production middle classes monopolist monopoly capital nations necessary nomic organic composition Otto Bauer output period Political Economy population position possible problem profit rates question rate of profit rate of surplus redivision relatively reproduction scheme reserve army revolution rise Rosa Luxemburg ruling class simple commodity production Simple Reproduction socialist sphere surplus value talist tendency to underconsumption theoretical theory tion trade Tugan value theory variable capital wages workers world economy