The economics of Karl Max analysis and application

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hollander, Samuel
Resource Type: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, N.Y. Cambridge University Press 2008.
Subjects:
Table of 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.