L'incongruence de la prétendue correction par Ladilaus von Bortkiewicz de la méthode de calcul des prix de production de Karl Marx
AbstractWe emphasize the importance of competition and of the distribution of capital between sectors in the analysis of the transformation of values in production price. It is generally admitted that the fundamental Marxist equalities (the sum of prices is equal to the sum of values and the sum of the surplus is equal to that of profits) are incompatible with simple reproduction (L. von Bortkiewicz). This conclusion is erroneous and the process of transformation ? generalized to inputs ? is operational if we assume ? within a bi-linear model ? a fluidity of capital between sectors. Codes JEL: B14, B24, B51
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Volume (Year): n° 29 (2009)
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production price; competition; transformation; value;
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