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Κριτική Έκθεση του "Νόμου της Πτωτικής Τάσης του Ποσοστού Κέρδους" του K. Marx: Κατανομή Εισοδήματος, Επισώρευση Κεφαλαίου και Τεχνολογική Μεταβολή στη Μακρά Περίοδο
[Critical Exposition of The Marxian 'Law of the Falling Rate of Profit': Income Distribution, Capital Accumulation and Technological Change in the Long-run]

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  • Mariolis, Theodore

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This essay explores the ralationships between income distribution, capital accumulation and technological change in the long-run. It is shown that a falling rate of profit is not a necessity for the capitalist mode of production.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 22461.

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Keywords: Law of the falling rate of profit; Okishio theorem; Sraffian theory; Post-Keynesian theory;

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