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The economics of Karl Marx : analysis and application, Samuel Hollander

Label
The economics of Karl Marx : analysis and application
Title
The economics of Karl Marx
Title remainder
analysis and application
Statement of responsibility
Samuel Hollander
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
335.4/12
Index
index present
LC call number
HB501
LC item number
.H564 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Historical perspectives on modern economics
Label
The economics of Karl Marx : analysis and application, Samuel Hollander
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 501-518) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Capital : principle features of the Marxian "canon" -- Value and distribution -- On "demand-supply" analysis -- The transformation of values into prices: formal analysis -- The transformation and the allocation mechanism -- Competition constrained : land scarcity and firm size -- On "market value" and competition -- The inverse wage-profit relation and profit-rate equalization -- Materials, the luxury-goods sector and the general profit rate -- The rate of surplus value as endogenous variable -- More on final demand and distribution -- Marx's strategy -- The Baumol-Samuelson debate -- Elements of growth theory -- Setting the stage : stationary reproduction as circular-flow process -- Capital accumulation -- Determinants of the rate of accumulation -- The "simple reproduction" scheme -- The "extended reproduction" scheme -- Economic growth and the falling real-wage trend -- The falling wage trend -- The subsistence wage and the value of labor power -- The falling wage trend and population growth -- The industrial Reserve Army and cyclical wage fluctuations -- Inter-sectoral labor movements -- The participation rate -- Objections to Malthus -- Economic growth and the falling rate of profit -- The basic analysis -- The conditions for a falling rate of profit -- Increasing rate of surplus value and cheapening of constant capital -- The limited impact of a rising rate of surplus value -- Implications of differential rates of productivity increase -- Technical progress and the falling profit rate : an overview -- On secular underconsumption -- On the significance of the falling profit rate -- The cyclical dimension -- The cyclical chronology -- Trend and cycle : causal mechanisms -- The raw material constraint and upper turning point -- The labor constraint and upper turning point -- The monetary dimension -- A note on the "echo effect" -- Inter- and intra-departmental imbalance -- Origins: marx in the 1840s -- Marx's economics 1843-45 -- Price theory -- Wage-rate and profit-rate trends -- The private property system : Ricardo as bete noire -- On aggregate demand and "overproduction" -- In partial defence of Proudhon -- Objections to Friedrich list -- "First draft" of Capital 1847--49 -- Allocation and cost price : the labor theory -- Differential rent -- Labor as commodity -- On "labor power" and the source of surplus value -- The inverse wage-profit relation -- The falling real-wage trend -- Increasing organic composition, demographic patterns and the Reserve Army -- Profit-rate determination : "competition of capitals" -- Labor and free trade : on Marx's Ricardian bonafides -- "Second draft" of capital : the Grundrisse 1857-1858 -- 1857-58 I : surplus value -- The basic doctrine -- Surplus value and the transition to growth -- Elements of a growth model : productivity increase, population growth and the reserve of unemployed -- The falling rate of profit -- The "transformation" -- A Marxian "reply" to Bohm-Bawerk -- Surplus value : matters of timing and indebtedness -- On Ricardo and surplus value : an excursus -- 1857-58 II : on value realization and the overproduction problem -- Capital turnover : a circular-flow process -- Value realization and overproduction -- On the law of markets and the overproduction literature -- On working-class consumption -- "Third draft" of Capital : the economic manuscripts, 1861- 63 -- 1861-1863 I : surplus value profit, rent, and interest -- Profit-rate equalization and the transformation -- The transformation aborted: absolute rent and the priority of the industrial sector -- The falling rate of profit -- Materials costs, the luxury sector and the general profit rate -- The rate of interest -- Commercial capital and the surplus-value doctrine -- 1861-1863 II : sectorial analysis, accumulation, and stability -- Sectoral analysis and the constant capital "riddle" -- Conditions for "continuous" accumulation -- On overproduction -- The secular-cyclical nexus -- Sources of cyclical instability -- The recovery process : corrective mechanisms -- On the overproduction literature -- 186-63 III : the labor market
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvi, 532 p.
Isbn
9780521793995
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007030358
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn167492760
  • UtOrBLW
  • UtOrBLW
  • (OCoLC)ocn378456801
Label
The economics of Karl Marx : analysis and application, Samuel Hollander
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 501-518) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Capital : principle features of the Marxian "canon" -- Value and distribution -- On "demand-supply" analysis -- The transformation of values into prices: formal analysis -- The transformation and the allocation mechanism -- Competition constrained : land scarcity and firm size -- On "market value" and competition -- The inverse wage-profit relation and profit-rate equalization -- Materials, the luxury-goods sector and the general profit rate -- The rate of surplus value as endogenous variable -- More on final demand and distribution -- Marx's strategy -- The Baumol-Samuelson debate -- Elements of growth theory -- Setting the stage : stationary reproduction as circular-flow process -- Capital accumulation -- Determinants of the rate of accumulation -- The "simple reproduction" scheme -- The "extended reproduction" scheme -- Economic growth and the falling real-wage trend -- The falling wage trend -- The subsistence wage and the value of labor power -- The falling wage trend and population growth -- The industrial Reserve Army and cyclical wage fluctuations -- Inter-sectoral labor movements -- The participation rate -- Objections to Malthus -- Economic growth and the falling rate of profit -- The basic analysis -- The conditions for a falling rate of profit -- Increasing rate of surplus value and cheapening of constant capital -- The limited impact of a rising rate of surplus value -- Implications of differential rates of productivity increase -- Technical progress and the falling profit rate : an overview -- On secular underconsumption -- On the significance of the falling profit rate -- The cyclical dimension -- The cyclical chronology -- Trend and cycle : causal mechanisms -- The raw material constraint and upper turning point -- The labor constraint and upper turning point -- The monetary dimension -- A note on the "echo effect" -- Inter- and intra-departmental imbalance -- Origins: marx in the 1840s -- Marx's economics 1843-45 -- Price theory -- Wage-rate and profit-rate trends -- The private property system : Ricardo as bete noire -- On aggregate demand and "overproduction" -- In partial defence of Proudhon -- Objections to Friedrich list -- "First draft" of Capital 1847--49 -- Allocation and cost price : the labor theory -- Differential rent -- Labor as commodity -- On "labor power" and the source of surplus value -- The inverse wage-profit relation -- The falling real-wage trend -- Increasing organic composition, demographic patterns and the Reserve Army -- Profit-rate determination : "competition of capitals" -- Labor and free trade : on Marx's Ricardian bonafides -- "Second draft" of capital : the Grundrisse 1857-1858 -- 1857-58 I : surplus value -- The basic doctrine -- Surplus value and the transition to growth -- Elements of a growth model : productivity increase, population growth and the reserve of unemployed -- The falling rate of profit -- The "transformation" -- A Marxian "reply" to Bohm-Bawerk -- Surplus value : matters of timing and indebtedness -- On Ricardo and surplus value : an excursus -- 1857-58 II : on value realization and the overproduction problem -- Capital turnover : a circular-flow process -- Value realization and overproduction -- On the law of markets and the overproduction literature -- On working-class consumption -- "Third draft" of Capital : the economic manuscripts, 1861- 63 -- 1861-1863 I : surplus value profit, rent, and interest -- Profit-rate equalization and the transformation -- The transformation aborted: absolute rent and the priority of the industrial sector -- The falling rate of profit -- Materials costs, the luxury sector and the general profit rate -- The rate of interest -- Commercial capital and the surplus-value doctrine -- 1861-1863 II : sectorial analysis, accumulation, and stability -- Sectoral analysis and the constant capital "riddle" -- Conditions for "continuous" accumulation -- On overproduction -- The secular-cyclical nexus -- Sources of cyclical instability -- The recovery process : corrective mechanisms -- On the overproduction literature -- 186-63 III : the labor market
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvi, 532 p.
Isbn
9780521793995
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007030358
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn167492760
  • UtOrBLW
  • UtOrBLW
  • (OCoLC)ocn378456801

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