The Economics of Karl Marx: Analysis and Application / Edition 1by Samuel Hollander
Pub. Date: 04/14/2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
An account and technical assessment of Marx's economic analysis in Capital and other documents. See more details below
An account and technical assessment of Marx's economic analysis in Capital and other documents.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.10(d)
Table of Contents
Part I. Capital: Principal Features of the Marxian 'Canon': 1. Value and distribution; 2. Elements of growth theory; 3. Economic growth and the falling real-wage trend; 4. Economic growth and the falling rate of profit; 5. The cyclical dimension; Part II. Origins: Marx in the 1840s: 6. Marx's economics 1843–1845; 7. A 'first draft' of Capital 1847–1849; Part III. A 'Second Draft' of Capital: The Grundrisse 1857–1858: 8. 1857–1858 I: surplus value; 9. On value 'realization'; Part IV. A 'Third Draft' of Capital: The Economic Manuscripts 1861–1863: 10. 1861–1863 I: surplus value – profit, rent, and interest; 11. 1861–1863 II: sectoral analysis, accumulation, and stability; 12. 1861–1863 III: the labor market; Part V. Topics in Application: 13. Economic organization and the equality issue; 14. Is there a Marxian 'entrepreneur'? On the functions of the industrial capitalist; 15. Principles of social reform; Conclusion: a recapitulation and overview.
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