By M. C. Howard, John E. King
This booklet covers the historical past and improvement of Marxian economics from Marx's dying in 1883 till 1929. research starts off with Engel's improvement of Marxism and early controversies within the thought of price. Following chapters care for the paintings of major Marxist economists within the moment overseas concentrating upon the paintings of German and Russian theorists and it concludes with a reveiw fo highbrow advancements in political economic climate in the course of the Twenties. the second one quantity covers the interval 1929 to the current.
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Additional resources for A History of Marxian Economics, Volume 1: 1883-1929 (Radical Economics Series)
7. A more simple discussion is given by M. C. Howard and J. E. King, The Political Economy of Marx (Harlow: Longman, 1985) 2nd edn, pp. 134-78. 3 First Debates in Value Theory, I Volume Ml of'Capital' As we saw in the previous chapter, M a r x had alluded briefly in volume I of Capital to the complications posed for his theory of value by the existence of free competition. In part II of the third volume he described the problem in considerable detail and set out his own solution to it. Competition in the market for labour power equalises the rate of exploitation in all industries, since in equilibrium b o t h the working day and the real wage will be uniform, and so too will be the a m o u n t of surplus value t h a t capitalists can extract from each worker employed.
A. ' 1 1 2 Engels's published defence of Marx had three c o m p o n e n t s . First, M a r x had not read R o d b e r t u s before about 1859, when his own ideas were already fully formed. Second, both men had been anticipated in their ideas on surplus value by the writings of the early British socialists, w h o m M a r x had rescued from obscurity but whose existence was u n k n o w n to Rodbertus. Finally, and most i m p o r t a n t , M a r x ' s analysis was logically superior to that of R o d b e r t u s : 4 5 •Readers who are relatively unfamiliar with the transformation problem are advised to read Chapter 3 first, and [hen return to this chapter.
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